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FREE Christmas Tree Math Printables: 4 Ways to Play!

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I started out with one Christmas Tree Math Inspired Activity, and ended up with four different ways to play!

Who knew there were so many ways to play and explore math concepts such as 1:1 correspondence, counting, addition, etc. with a Christmas Tree!

This Christmas Tree Math pack is great for your toddler, preschooler, or kindergartner!

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Here are the four different ways to use this Christmas Tree Math Pack!  Head to the bottom of this post to download the printables!

Preschool Christmas Math Printables


Work on 1:1 Correspondence for Numbers 1-6 by adding certain number of ornaments to each tree.

I have also included a set of blank Christmas trees so that you can work on higher numbers with your child.

Christmas Math Printables for Preschoolers

Roll two die and add that many "ornaments" to the Christmas Tree.

Encourage your child to write the numbers he/she added and the sum at the top of the tree

Christmas Math Printables for Preschoolers

With a partner, roll a die and add that many ornaments to the Christmas Tree.

First to 10, wins!

Practice subtraction skills, by playing this game in reverse.

Christmas Math Printables for Preschoolers

Another way to play alone or with a partner is to bring out a number and colored die to work on counting, 1:1 correspondence, color matching, addition, etc.

Roll a number die and colored die and add that many colored ornaments to your Christmas tree.

Christmas Math Printables for Preschoolers

We chose to use our Christmas Tree Math Pack with play dough, but you could also use a variety of other manipulatives such as buttons, sequins, mini pom poms, etc!

How will you use this Christmas Tree Math Pack in your homeschool or classroom?
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