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Snowman Sums Winter Math Activity for Kindergartners

Did Winter arrive where you live? Any snow yet? Yes? Time for fun Winter learning then! Get these free snowman printables to add to your Winter learning plans. Preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten age children will have fun with this winter math activity where they will practice addition with a cute theme. This winter activity for kindergarten is a great way to sneak in some learning while having fun. Simply download pdf file with winter math activities for preschoolers and you are ready to play and learn.

Did Winter arrive where you live? Any snow yet? Yes? Time for fun Winter learning then! Get these free snowman printables to add to your Winter learning plans. Preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten age children will have fun with this winter math activity where they will practice addition with a cute theme. This winter activity for kindergarten is a great way to sneak in some learning while having fun. Simply download pdf file with winter math activities for preschoolers and you are ready to play and learn.

Winter Math

Make practicing simple sums fun using these snowman and snowball printables. There are numbered snowmen up to 10 and a few blank ones for you to customize if your kids need practice beyond number 10. The sum mats include addition and subtraction.

Winter 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 Math activity with pom poms, snowman task cards and winter pirntables

Winter activities for kindergarten

Simply print the snowman sums sheets and laminate, or use a dry-erase pocket, to make it durable. Cut out the numbered snowmen cards and the addition and/or subtraction mats. Provide counters such as pompoms(I like these because it reminds me of snowballs) or mini erasers with a snow theme if you have it. Grab the dry-erase marker and you are all set! Pick a snowman number card and write that number in the first circle on the sums mat. Then pick another number card and write it in the second circle.
Winter math activities for preschoolers

Winter math activities for preschoolers

Use the counters/pompoms to count out the numbers. Then add it together to get the answer. Write the answer in the last circle.
Kindergarten Addition Activity

Kindergarten Addition Activity

Remember: When using the subtracting sums mat, remind the child to add the biggest number first. So, pick both number cards at the same time. Decide which number is the biggest, then write it in the first circle, the smaller number goes on the second circle. Count out the number of pompoms in the first circle, then take away the second number of pompoms to get the answer. Write it in the last circle as your answer.
Snowman Math

Snowman Math

This sums activity can be done independently by a child, or if it is a guided activity, perhaps at first, make use of the opportunity to expand basic mathematical vocabulary by using phrases often. Eg. “More, less, count on( add), subtract(take away), equals(all together) etc. Such a fun way to work on sums this Winter! Grab your Snowman Sums printables now!

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Winter Printables

Snowman Addition Game

Snowman Addition Game

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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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