FREE Winter Count to 10 Printables

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

FREE Winter Count to 10 Printables

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Make practicing counting FUN with these super cute, free printable, winter themed counting worksheets for preschool, kindergarten, and first grade kids.
FREE Winter Count to 10 Printables - these fun winter worksheets for kids make it fun for toddler, preschool, and kindergarten age kids to practice counting to 10 with counting practice, coloring, counting emergent reader, and more.

My youngest gets so excited when her siblings are completing their school work that she wants to "do school" too. At times it can be a challenge to find something meaningful for her to work on that doesn't require a lot of extra attention from me, which is why I created this winter counting printable pack. This fun coloring pack will keep her hands busy, help her learn her numbers, practice writing number words and practice counting to 10.

Materials Needed for the Winter Counting Printable Pack:

  • The counting booklet and counting pages (included in the download below)
  • Crayons or colored pencils
  • White pom pom balls or cotton balls (optional)
Snowman Count to 10

Snowman Count to 10

The first thing included in this download is a simple printable booklet to help kids see, count and write the numbers 1-10.

Each page shows the numeral, a picture representation with snowballs as well as the written number word for kids to trace.

To assemble the booklet, simple print all the pages and cut them in half.

Then assemble them in order including the cover page, then numbers 1-10, then the last page which invites kids to draw their own snowman and staple the booklet together.

cotton ball snowballs count to 10 practice for preschool and kindergarten

As kids go through their booklet, I suggest they count out their own snowballs (such as pom pom balls or cotton balls) to match each page as they practice seeing, reading and writing the numbers.

They could also add their own picture to each page to represent the number if they'd like (i.e. two snowflakes or three snowmen, etc.)

Winter Counting Worksheets

Winter Counting Worksheets

Also included in this download are a set of winter count and color practice pages.

These are fairly straightforward. Kids simply count the number of winter pictures in each box and write the total. Then they can color the pictures.

Some of the boxes may seem a little ambiguous, so if your kids count something different than you anticipate, that's ok. For example, one picture has a mug of hot chocolate. They may count the mug (1) or they may count the marshmallows (5).

If that's the case, ask them to show you what they counted and if they completed it correctly, that's great.

I hope your kids enjoy practicing counting, building and coloring numbers with this cute winter themed counting pack!

Looking for winter math practice for older kids? Try one of these fun math activities:
Winter Counting Cover

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