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Christmas-themed learning activity pack for Pre-K, Preschool, and Kindergarten children aged 3-5. The Christmas learning folder contains printables to create a wide range of hands-on experiences for young children.
Students will explore various math concepts, such as odd and even numbers, work with CVC words, practice simple subtraction and addition operations, explore the First Christmas Story, work on sequencing skills, improve their fine motor, work on storytelling, develop logical thinking, and so much more.
Age: Preschool ages 3 – 5 years
Subjects and uses in the classroom: Culture, Learning to read, Math simple operations, Christmas Unit, Fine motor
Here is what’s included:
- Simple subtraction
- Simple addition
- Picture puzzles
- Christmas cookies – 2 D shapes match-up activity
- Number puzzles with odd and even numbers
- Christmas caroling match up
- Small, medium, large soring activity
- Shape sorting activity
- Initial, middle, and final sound activity with CVC words
- Upper and lower case letters pairing activity
- Assemble the Christmas tree activity
- Parts a reindeer – student activity page, word bank, worksheet for coloring, tracing, and independent writing
- Fine motor transferring activity
- Twelve days of Christmas – counting activity
- Christmas fine motor tracing, coloring, painting printouts
- The First Christmas 3 part cards and student booklet
- How to decorate a Christmas tree – sequencing activity and transition words
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