I had originally planned to put up a printable for a little bit older children today, but I loved last week’s Christmas Mini Book and Handwriting Printables Pack so much that I just had to make a matching set of Christmas Math Printables.
In this Christmas Math Printables pack, there is one page of a graphing activity. This is a great activity for working on beginning graphing as well as one-to-one correspondence. Just have your child color in the appropriate number of boxes in the graph line that is right below each set of pictures. (For example, in the first line, your child would color in three boxes, since there are three members of the Holy Family shown.)
The second and third pages of the Christmas Math Printables pack work on finding patterns. There are six lines of patterns, each with a blank square at the end. On the second page, the last line of the page (with a dotted line around it) is meant to be cut apart so your child can paste the correct picture on each of the other lines to finish the pattern.
Note: This Christmas Math Printables set is free for personal use only. The pack may also be used in a classroom, religious education/CCD, or homeschool co-op setting. However, please make sure that the copyright line (with the web address) appears on the pages. This printable may not be used for commercial purposes.
(If you are having clarity issues with this printable, please right click on the image or link and choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As” and download the document to your computer. Then, open it from your computer, rather than through your web browser’s PDF plugin, which can sometimes cause some blurriness or other issues. Another option is to go to a different web browser to open the link, such as Safari if you use Mozilla Firefox, for example.)
If you haven’t downloaded it yet, you might want to also grab the Christmas Mini Book and Handwriting pack.
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