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# Christmas (December) Math and Literacy Centers Preschool

PreK - K, Homeschool
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Are you looking for fun and simple thematic centers that you can prep quickly for your preschool classroom? Preschool December Centers was created for children ages 4-6 and mature 3 year-olds (looking for a challenge). These centers are sure to keep their interest and will help build important literacy, math and writing (fine-motor) skills. Click {HERE} to check out the BLOG post.

**This unit is a part of a Growing Bundle!

This unit includes:

-Material checklist

-Activity instructions

-Student instructions to build independence

-Bin/bag labels

-Activities in action photos

The centers include:

1. Rudolph Antler Sort: Match numbers to objects.

2. Stocking Stuffer Numbers: Matching Numbers to numbers 1-10.

3. Santa Roll & Cover: Roll the dice and count the dots. Cover the matching number.

4. Tree ABC Match-Up: Cover the matching uppercase and lowercase letters with a clothespin.

5. Holiday Measurement: Use snap cubes to measure how many units tall each holiday themed unit is.

6. Holiday Letter Write: Choose an uppercase candy cane letter and practice tracing it in holiday sprinkles.

7. Gingerbread Count: Identify the number on the belly of the gingerbread man. Place the matching number of chain links on each gingerbread man.

8. Merry Magnet Mazes: Follow festive mazes using a magnet wand and gingerbread Magnet.

9. Holiday Tracing Mini: Use fine-motor skills to trace Christmas-themed figures and create a mini-book.

10. Christmas Seek-n-Find: Use an Expo marker to circle the mystery items in the key.

11. Santa’s Beard Trim: Use fine-motor skills to cut and roll Santa’s Beard.

12. December ABC Search: Color by letters to reveal the mystery letter.

13. Gingerbread Number Build: Identify the number. Build the number using gumdrops or dots.

14. Holiday Dough Mats: Choose a mat, build the holiday items using playdough.

16. Christmas Color by Shapes: Color the Christmas Tree by Shapes.

17. Present Match-Up: Match numbers to sets (kids to presents).

18. Christmas Tree Number Order: Choose a card. Clip the matching trees in numerical order in the back of the truck.

19. Festive ABC Search: Search the bulb for uppercase or lowercase letters. Color the matching letter on the printable.

20. A Letter to Santa, Small Medium & Large: Sort letters to Santa as small, medium or large.

Check out More Preschool Hands On Activities:

September (Back to School)

October (Fall)

Halloween

November (Turkey, Thanksgiving)

January (Winter)

February (Valentine's Day, Teeth)

March (Spring, Weather)

April (Spring, Insects)

May (Farm, Garden, Pond)

Summer

Pets

If you are looking for more ideas for preschool you may like:

Preschool Math and Literacy Printables for the Year

Preschool Crafts With Visual Directions

Color by Code Math and Literacy Printables Preschool

Preschool Thematic Bundles 1

Preschool Thematic Bundle 2

Skill of the Day Calendar Activities Bundle

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### Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Count to 100 by ones and by tens.
Count, pronounce, blend, and segment syllables in spoken words.
Print many upper- and lowercase letters.
Understand and use question words (interrogatives) (e.g., who, what, where, when, why, how).
Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).