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Snowflake Numbers – Winter Counting to 100 Printable Activity

Do you have a child that needs to practice number recognition, number words, or counting to 100? This super cute, free printable snowflake numbers is such a fun winter math game for kindergarten and first grade students.  This is a fun math activity for winter for developing number sense or using a 100 chart. Simply download winter printables and you are ready for an engaging, math activity for winter.

Do you have a child that needs to practice number recognition, number words, or counting to 100? This super cute, free printable snowflake numbers is such a fun winter math game for kindergarten and first grade students.  This is a fun math activity for winter for developing number sense or using a 100 chart. Simply download winter printables and you are ready for an engaging, math activity for winter.

Snowflake Numbers

Mathematical skills are so much more than simply counting or doing sums. It involves a complex ability to understand numbers, how they fit together and also what they are called. Use this snowflake numbers activity to practice a bunch of these skills in one go!

What do you need for this activity:
  • the free printable sheet and number names
  • any snowflake-type counters/manipulatives (we used these cute snowflake beads, but white mini pompoms or cotton wool balls can be used to represent the snowflakes too)

Winter Math Printables

Start by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and click on the text link that says >> Download <<. The pdf file will open in a new window for you to save the freebie and print the template.

winter themed, free printable hundreds chart printable to help kindergarnters practice number words and counting to 100

Winter Math Activity

Simply print and laminate (or use a dry-erase pocket that is more environmentally friendly) to be able to re-use the printout. Then cut the number name cards out.

The child then picks a number name card, read it and find it on the 100 chart. Place a snowflake on the found number to keep track of the names already read. (Here the skills of recognizing the number name and connecting it to the correct numeral comes in.)

Hundreds Chart Printable

Hundreds Chart Game

  • Individual/Group game: Use a timer. See how fast you can read and find some or all of the numbers. Rapid response is developed with this game. Just note that children with additional learning needs might struggle with this and should be taking into account.
  • Play snowflake numbers Bingo! Each player receives a 100 chart and the number name cards go into the “pool”. Take turns to pick a card. Only that player then place a snowflake on that number on his/her chart. The player with 5 snowflakes in a row first(vertically, horizontally or diagonally), wins!
Hundres Chart Game

Practice reading and recognising number names and connecting it to the correct numeral with this snowflake numbers activity! Such fun learning during Winter!

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Winter Activities for Kids

Looking for more fun winter crafts and winter activities for kids of all ages? Don’t miss these winter activity ideas!

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Winter Printables

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Nadia

Nadia is South African mom to two littlies, a former preschool teacher and currently working as a reading therapist at a remedial school. She blogs over at teach-me-mommy.com about easy and playful activities inspiring you to be your child's first teacher.

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