snowman alphabet pick and cover
The free membership printable this week is snowman alphabet pick and cover for letter recognition and fine motor. I printed the patterns on cardstock paper and laminated them.
In this activity children pick a letter cards and then cover up the same letter on the snowman mat. You can use buttons ... pom poms ... playdough ... or the included cover up circles.
You can grab the patterns below for free until Sunday January 27th ... after that date they will only be available in the member's section which is also where I have added snowman number pick and cover mats.
snowman alphabet pick and cover
Here are January's number tracing calendars along and other January items including daily reports and calendar numbers.
number tracing calendar
calendar numbers and other items
I also made tree and snowman days of the week and months the year strips that can be used for calendars headers ... pocket charts and matching.
days and months
The free membership printable this week is reindeer ten frames for number recognition and review. I printed the patterns on cardstock paper ... cut them out ... laminated them and then cut along the dashed line to make two puzzle halves.
In this activity children find the tree top and bottom with the same number and put them together to form a tree. I have included numbers 0-30.
You can grab the patterns below for free until Sunday December 23rd ... after that date they will only be available in the member's section which is also where I have added reindeer writing skills.
holiday tree number puzzles
I am running a holiday special on my membership printables!! The special is for a twenty four month membership for the price of twelve months and contains all of the membership printables from the past fourteen years plus the new material that is added weekly for the next two years. You will also get all seven of my latest releases from the download store. The special ends midnight Monday December 31st.
Here are just few of the activities from the member's section:
Also included are the following releases from the download store:
You can learn more about becoming a member here.
The free membership printable this week is reindeer ten frames for math and fine motor skills. I printed the patterns on cardstock paper ... cut them out and laminated them.
I set the ten frame cards out along with red and green colored magnets. You can also use pom poms ... buttons ... or bingo markers. Children put the correct number of counters on each card. I have also included guided ten frames.
You can grab the patterns below for free until Sunday December 9th ... after that date they will only be available in the member's section which is also where I have added reindeer writing skills.
reindeer ten frames
I wanted to share some of my favorite "Countdown To Christmas" activities that we have done in the past. I have made the countdowns easy to make and the children enjoy keeping track of many days are left until Christmas.
Countdown to Christmas Mats:
Print either on regular or cardstock paper. Glue on to a sheet of colored cardstock paper. Starting on December 1st cover up the number 25 on the mat. Each day cover up another number (24, 23, 22, etc) to count down to Christmas.
You can download the countdown mats here.
Scissor Skills Christmas Countdown:
I made countdown that also work on scissor and fine motor skills. The patterns can be printed on regular or cardstock paper and the children glue them together where indicated to form a long strip. Each day they cut off a number from the bottom of the strip until it is Christmas.
You can grab the patterns here and see a video of this activity by clicking below:
Christmas Countdown Chain:
For this countdown we cut red and green construction paper into strips and put a number on each one. We alternated the colors of each number link ... for example the first one was red and the next one was green and the third one was red etc.
Children glued together the ends of the first link (number one) and then laced the second link through and glued the ends together. They continued until they had connected all 25 links.
We hung the chain up and each day a child was chosen to removed a link from the bottom of the chain which would the show how many days were left until Christmas.
You can grab the number circle patterns here and see a video by clicking below:
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