Inside: Add some simple counting with these preschool winter math count and clip cards. A fun way to work on counting skills!
During our winter theme we love to explore ice.
In fact, we love this topic so much that I’ve created a collection of winter ice activities that you can see here.
I decided to create a set of preschool winter math count and clip cards that are a great companion to this theme.
These icicle cards invite preschoolers to count how many icicles are on each card and find the correct number.
A fun way to work on counting and number recognition skills!
Preschool Winter Math Count and Clip Cards
These little cards are a fun way to add counting to your winter theme.
Not only can they be used in the preschool classroom, but they’d also be fun at home during some quiet time.
You could even keep these cards in a bag along with clothespins for an on-the-go activity!
What you will need:
- Icicle count and clip printable cards (scroll down to find link to free download)
- One clothespin per card
- Number recognition
- 1:1 correspondence
- Fine motor
For best results copy the activity onto heavy paper (card stock) or laminate. This gives it more durability, especially if you are using it in a classroom setting.
Cut the cards apart and provide clothespins.
How to play:
Place cards and clothespins on a tray or placemat.
Invite your preschoolers to count the icicles on each card and clip the clothespin to the correct number.
More math activities to try:
Click on the photo below for the link to the pdf download:
Preschool Winter Themes
I am the co-author of these winter theme lesson plans.
24 preschool learning activities for your winter theme, including literacy, math, science, art, fine motor, and more! A great resource for teachers and homeschoolers.
24 preschool learning activities that cover
- Fine Motor
- Gross Motor
- Social Studies
- Circle Time
Note: These lesson plans are geared for preschoolers ages 3-5. We are in the process of creating separate lesson plans for toddlers. The toddler winter lesson plans are scheduled to be published in December, 2019. Click here for more information.
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