March 3, 2023

# Roll and Cover – Christmas Math for Preschoolers

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Here’s a simple way to work on counting to 6 skills with this fun, free printable Christmas math activity. print the pdf file of this roll and cover holiday edition of this Christmas Printable!  Practice counting, number recognition, fine motor skills, addition, 1:1 correspondence, and more with this Christmas Math for Preschoolers, toddlers, and kindergartners.  It is the perfect Christmas game for your child.

## Christmas Math for Preschoolers

Sneak in some fun math practice with your toddler, preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten child as you practice Christmas Counting this December. This free Christmas printable is such a fun roll and cover games to play when you are short on time or need a simple activity with plenty of learning skills involved.  Plus, this Christmas Math allows you to have fun decorating the Christmas tree page.
I made this Christmas Tree Math – Roll and Cover for my 5 year old, however my 3 and 9 year old joined in on the next game. It can easily be played with a variety of different manipulatives, like buttons, play dough, sequins, etc.  We recently received a new pack of do a dot markers, so we used those!

## Free Christmas Printable

Start by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and click on the text link that says >> _____ <<. The pdf file will open in a new window for you to save the freebie and print the template.

## Christmas Math

To play, you’ll need:

• Roll & Cover printable (below)
• Do A Dots {or other manipulatives}
• Die

Little Sis and I each chose a color Do A Dot to use for the game.  To play, one player will roll the die first and then dot that many white spots on the tree. Think of it like adding “ornaments” to the tree!

Then the next player rolls the die and dots that many white spots on the tree.

## Christmas Math for Preschoolers

Continue until the tree is covered; hence your decorating is done!  This might be the easiest tree you decorate all season ; )

In the end, Little Sis beat me by one Do A Dot “ornament!”  She was thrilled.

## Christmas Counting

• Assign a color to each number on the die, and when that number is rolled use that color to decorate the Christmas tree.
• Print 2 sheets and race each other to fill your own game board.
• Write a number in each white space, when you roll that number– dot it.
• Make up your own way to play!

As you can see, this printable roll and cover game is super versatile and fun!  Enjoy this simple math game this holiday season!

## Christmas Printables

Looking for ideas for fun Christmas learning with free Christmas printables? Check out these fun resources:

## Christmas Activities for Kids

Looking for more fun Christmas printables, Christmas Crafts, and Christmas activities to fill your holiday calendar? Check out these fun ideas!

## Free Christmas Worksheets

Looking for more huge Christmas Worksheets to make practicing math and literacy fun for kids? You will love these huge, free printable packs for December!

## Do Marker Worksheets

Looking for more activities to try with your do a dot printables? You will love these free worksheets:

## Christmas Tree Math – Roll and Cover

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1. Simona Novac

thank you