Monday, December 5, 2016

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{FREE} Snowman Counting Puzzles

Snowmen, snow, counting, skip counting, and more! These fun little puzzles were a delight to make and have been popular ever since I printed them off!



You can use them with kids in preschool, kindergarten, and some first graders. They are perfect for reviewing number recognition, counting, skip counting, recognizing patterns in numbers, and reviewing the names of numbers up to 100.

Here are a few ideas of ways to use them:

* Let your kiddos put them together by themselves.

* Use them as a station rotation.

* Provide magnets and a vertical metal surface (like a door, white board, or fridge) and let your kiddos assemble them vertically.

* Pull out counters and let your child place the corresponding number of counters on each strip as the puzzle is assembled.

* Challenge your kiddo to choose two strips and add the numbers together!

What else can you try?



Click HERE to get a {FREE} copy of the snowman village counting puzzle!



This is part of my HUGE series of holiday and winter printables that I am offering this month...It's my Christmas present to you! I'll be putting up a new printable every day until Christmas -- you can find them all HERE! They are all a little different -- some are only one page, some are more, some focus on math skills, some focus on reading skills, some are holiday themed, some are Christmas themed, etc! But, they are all FREE and I hope you love them!!



And if you're looking for more snow themed activities, be sure to check out our snowflake ornaments, fizzing snow dough, and paper towel roll snowmen!





Happy Educating,
Carla












Happy Educating,
Carla


I may share at any of these parties!



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