# Kindergarten Printables: December Themed

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December Printable Packet- no prep required!

This "no prep" packet can be used as a whole-group activity, centers, morning work, homework, review and is perfect for the month of December! All these activities are also Common Core aligned!

Math Printables (18)

Beautiful Frames - Ten frames (11-20)
Snowy Ten Frames - A cut and paste ten frames (1-10)
Comparing Ornaments - Comparing numbers (11-30)
Bright Wreaths - Comparing numbers (6-20)
Christmas Counting - Count by fives to fill in the missing numbers (5-100)
Adding with Snowflakes - Use the number line and counters to solve addition problems (sums 1-10)
Sweet Addition - Use the number line and counters to solve addition problems (sums 1-10)
Counting with Cocoa - Counting by ten, cut and paste the mugs placing them in the correct order (1-100)
It's Snow Time! - Record the correct time to match each clock (by the hour)
Adding Marshmallows! - Cut, paste, and sort addition problems (sums of 8 or 6)
Gingerbread Count! - Use the ten frames to solve addition problems that equal 10
Christmas Subtraction - Use the images to solve the subtraction problems (sums 1-5)
Winter Patterns - Cut and paste the correct picture to complete the pattern (ABB, ABA, ABC)
Cocoa Bonds - Add the two parts to make the whole (sums up to 10)
Before and After Holly - Record the number that comes before or after the given number (10-30)
Adding Ornaments - Color in the two ornaments containing numbers that make 10
Which Number is the Biggest - Color in the biggest number
Cold Tally Count - Cut and paste the tallies to the matching number (1-10)

Literacy Printables (15)

Word Family Present Sort - Cut, paste and sort each word under the correct word family tree (-ag and -am family words)
Santa's Milk and Cookies - Identify if images are people, places or things by following the color code
Dot the Ornament - Dab the circle that contains a real word
ABC Presents - Write the matching lowercase letter on each present tag
Syllable Count - Dot the number of syllables for each image
Sentence Scramble (2) - Cut and paste the words to make a sentence
Ornament Spelling - Color in the ornaments to spell the short vowel CVC word
Light Up Words - Color in the lightbulbs to spell a short vowel CVC word
Color by Code - Sight word practice (where, am, will, play, this, and said)
Graphing with Sight Words - (be, play, on, went, and this)
Holly Endings- Color in the holly leaf with the correct ending letter for each picture.
There was a Cold Lady.. - After listening to the story entitled There was a Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow, cut and paste the images into the correct order
The Gingerbread Man - After listening to the Gingerbread Man, draw pictures to illustrate what happens in the beginning, middle, and end
Story Map - The students will choose a story and fill in the map with the title, setting, characters, problem and solution
Color in an Ornament - Color the ornament with the correct punctuation mark to complete the sentence
Need vs. Want - Cut and paste each image under the correct category

Science (3)
Exploring with My Five Senses - The students will explore a gingerbread cookie with their five senses and answer questions
The Gingerbread Man Experiment- The students will place a gingerbread cookie in water and observe what happens over time
Candy Cane Experiment- The students will place a candy cane in hot water and cold water. The students will observe what happens to each candy cane.

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Sort common objects into categories (e.g., shapes, foods) to gain a sense of the concepts the categories represent.
Spell simple words phonetically, drawing on knowledge of sound-letter relationships.
Capitalize the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I.
Produce and expand complete sentences in shared language activities.
Print many upper- and lowercase letters.
Total Pages
36 pages