January Math and Literacy Centers Preschool Snowmen and Winter Themed

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  1. Are you looking for fun and simple thematic math and literacy centers or morning bin activities that you can prep quickly for your preschool classroom? This unit includes 12 units with 20 centers in each unit!. These centers are sure to keep their interest and will help build important literacy,
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Are you looking for fun and simple thematic centers that you can prep quickly for your preschool classroom? Preschool January 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 includes:

-20 Ready to go centers

-Material checklist

-Activity instructions

-Student instructions to build independence

-Bin/bag labels

-Activities in action photos

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

The centers include:

1. Snowman Button Match: Match the Alphabet buttons to the correct snowman.

2. Winter Building: The boys and girls will use small blacks to build winter characters.

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

4. Snowflake ABC Match-Up: Choose an large snowflake and identify the uppercase letters. Find the matching lowercase mini-snowflakes and line them up below.

5. Snowflake Catch and Count: Identify the number and place the matching number on snowflakes on the mitten.

6. Snowman Roll and Build: Spin the paperclip, build a snowman.

7. Snowflake Yarn Wrap: Use fine motor skills to wrap snowflake with yarn

8. Clothesline Patterns: Hang the winter clothesline the line in a matching pattern.

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

10. Winter Seek-n-Count: Count the total number of winter objects and write the numbers.

11. Steamin’ Hot Cocoa Craft: Students will weave and French fry paper in this cute cocoa craft. Students will also build their name with heart marshmallows.

12. Winter ABC Search: Color by letters to reveal the mystery letter (G: Glove, M: Mitten, S: Snowman, P: Penguin)

13. Snowman Shapes: Choose a shape. Build the snowman to match.

14. Mitten Number Sense: Choose a child and identify the number. Place the mitten with the matching set of objects on the child’s hands.

15. Counting Snow Bucks: Determine how many snow bucks each winter item will cost.

16. Penguin Color by ABC’s: Color the by letters.

17. Polar Animal Counting Book: Count and identify the missing polar animals on each page.

18. Snowman Building Count and Write: Choose a card. Identify the number. Place the matching number of snowmen on the card. Trace the number.

19. Shape Seek-n-Find: Search the jar for shapes. Color the matching shape on the printable.

20. Polar Bear Shape Match-Up: Sort the polar bears by shape.

Check out More Preschool Hands On Activities:

September (Back to School)

October (Fall)


November (Turkey, Thanksgiving)

December (Holiday)

February (Valentine's Day, Teeth)

March (Spring, Weather)

April (Spring, Insects)

May (Farm, Garden, Pond)



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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Count to 100 by ones and by tens.
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).
Count to answer “how many?” questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, a rectangular array, or a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a number from 1-20, count out that many objects.
Count, pronounce, blend, and segment syllables in spoken words.
Print many upper- and lowercase letters.


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