FREE Christmas Counting Activity

Let's add a little bit of fun math to our December!


Number clip cards are a great way to train counting and number quantity. Children can practice counting the objects on the cards and relate this to the number symbol on the clothespin.

Clothespins add extra fine motor practice to this. Such activities are great for developing little hands. This is an indirect preparation for writing because it helps children to get a proper pencil grasp.  

This printable will be a perfect addition to your Montessori math area, math shelves, or math unit. You can then add different Christmas related small objects to this activity to make counting even more fun. This activity is good for Montessori 3-6 classroom, preschool, prekindergarten and kindergarten students. 



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Free Conifer Cones Counting Activity Cards

Learning about coniferous trees is a great theme for winter. This fun math counting activity is very interesting for children. They like finding the cones on the card and counting them in their real natural environment. These cards also train the child's observational skills. 

This printable will be a perfect addition to your Montessori math area, math shelves, or math unit. You can then add little real conifer cones to this activity to make counting even more fun.
This activity is good for Montessori 3-6 classroom, preschool, prekindergarten and kindergarten students. 



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Free Coniferous and Deciduous Trees Sorting Activity Cards

One of the things that we like to study in late autumn and winter is trees. We pay attention to tree sizes, forms, bark texture, fruits and seeds. We discuss different types of trees. We look at differences and similarities in them. Especially we like learning about the tree types in December and January when evergreen trees are everywhere due to Christmas. This is the high time to learn about coniferous trees especially, their life cycle, types of cones and needles. This deciduous and coniferous trees sorting material can be a wonderful preliminary activity for this study.

This material can be used at any time of the year. You can pay a child's attention to the trees during your nature walk to prepare for learning about this topic. Then you can present the material. You can go on a nature walk with your nature journal then and make notes about the trees you see, identify their types, draw them, write down their names. 

This material is a great addition to your Montessori botany shelf or themed area.


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