Help your kindergartners work on what number comes next with this cute Christmas math activity! This santa math is such a fun, no-prep Christmas math for kindergarten and pre-k students. Simply print the file and use clip cards to mark answers for this holiday math for December.
Looking for a fun way to get kids to learn number order? Especially those tricky teens? These Santa themed number order clip cards are perfect for that! Learners can use pegs or alternatively you could have then cutting and pasting their responses on their sheets.
Christmas math for kindergarten
- A4 paper
- Unifix cubes for counting practice
Print as many strip templates as you need for the number of students in your class. These cards can be laminated for durability but it is not necessary.
Christmas math activities for kindergarten
Prepare and cut up the number order strips you can place these in a mini tub along with unifix cubes or super cute Christmas themed mini erasers, so the kids can pretend they are counting and clipping to help Santa. Be sure to have enough cubes and strips if you’re using cubes. The students will then choose a card, then begin to identify the number that comes next. You could also use a number line here. They can also use unifix cubes to assist them in counting order. Watch the students as they do this – have them even roll play dough to create the number order. Use a number line to help the kids identify the number that comes next. Some kids will begin building their unifix cubes right away– that’s ok too. Just be sure they are doing this correctly.
Christmas Math Activities
These tasks can be placed in a tub, used as a notebook activity to show their learning and more!
This activity is hands-on and perfect for kids to use when they need a refresher or some more counting on games and activities. These can be laminated and added to your math centers for repeated practice.
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