Christmas Graph, Count and Color Worksheets (3 free printables)
Let’s have some math fun this Christmas. We have created 3 free Christmas graph worksheets that the kids are going to love.
These are perfect for preschool to kindergarten. There is coloring, counting, and graph work all in this free festive printable.
Put away the core curriculum and have fun with these educational Christmas activities.
These worksheets only go up to the number 5, so perfect for younger children.
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Christmas Count and Graph Worksheets
- cardstock just makes the worksheets more sturdy (normal paper will also work)
- crayola twistables or crayons of choice.
Grab your free Christmas graphing worksheets by heading to the end of the post and you will be emailed the worksheet within minutes (please check your spam.)
This is a great activity for either in the classroom or in your homeschool. Grab the supplies and give each child one of the Christmas graph worksheets.
Get the children to color in all of the same images, whether it is a reindeer or Santa, in the same color. So color all of the holly green for example.
When they have colored in all 4 different images, the next job is to count how many of each image there are. Either put an x next to the number or make it even prettier, color in the whole tab.
You will also enjoy our free Christmas counting worksheets.
Then have a discussion with the children and ask them which image had the most, and which image had the least for each worksheet.
I think you will also love:
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- Christmas alphabet worksheets
- Christmas color by number printables
- Christmas dot to dot printables
- Santa wish lists – 6 free templates
- 12 days of Christmas wishes writing worksheets
Download Free Christmas Count and Graph Printables
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 28 November 2022 by homeschoolof1