Christmas Counting Worksheets (3 free printables)
Have fun with math this Christmas with our free Christmas counting worksheets for preschoolers and kindergartners.
Learn to count from 1 to 10, with our fun Christmas counting worksheets. This makes counting much more fun!
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Christmas Math Worksheets For Preschoolers
There are 3 different math worksheets to download (just fill in your name and email address at the bottom of this post, and you will receive the free printable in minutes.)
These Christmas counting worksheets are a great way to encourage the kids to practice counting and writing numbers.
You will also enjoy our free Christmas graph, color, and count worksheets too.
The free worksheets can be used with children as young as toddlers, but also preschoolers and kindergarteners will all love learning how to count with this fall-themed math activity.
The first sheet includes images of Christmas trees, candy canes, Christmas bells, Santa’s sleigh, Christmas stockings, and Christmas gifts. I think you will also enjoy our free Santa handprint template.
This Christmas counting worksheet includes images of Christmas gifts, wreaths, nutcrackers, reindeer, silly Christmas glasses, and a festive train.
The third worksheet includes images of the Elf on the Shelf (check out our free Elf on the Shelf printables), Santa, nutcrackers, Mrs. Claus, snowmen, and a gingerbread man.
All three counting worksheets only go up to a maximum of 8 objects.
Free Christmas printables
Other free Christmas activities I think you will love:
- Christmas bingo
- Christmas treasure hunt clues
- Christmas dot to dot printables
- 12 days of Christmas wishes writing worksheets
Download Free Christmas Counting Worksheets
Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our free printables work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)
Last Updated on 8 March 2023 by homeschoolof1