FREE Printable Snowman Math Roll & Cover Winter Counting Game
Looking for a fun way to get kids to count and show their numbers? These fun snowman math activity is perfect some winter counting fun! Learners will roll the die then cover the matching snowman head of both numerals 1-6 and tally marks. This is such a fun snowman activity for preschool, prek-k and kindergarten age students. Simply print the snowman printable and you are ready to play and learn.
I love using themed activities to keep kids engaged and learning while having fun. So when January hits our learning shifts to fun snowman activities and winter themes! This snowman math is a great way to help toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners practice counting. All you need is a dice, some manipluatives to makr your spot, and our free winter math printable and you are ready to play! This snowman counting activity is sure to be a hit with parents, teachers, and homeschoolers alike.
- A4 paper
- Mini erasers or counters (optional)
- File folder (optional)
Print as many mats as you need for the number of students in your class (you could play these in groups. Be sure to laminate the puzzles so you can use them over and over.
Snowman Activity for Preschoolers
Prepare and cut up the laminated mats for use. Place these on a table along with the dice and the mini erasers / manipulatives. You can also use these in a fun file folder with Velcro. The students will then roll the die, they will then look for the corresponding number shown on the mat, and cover it with an eraser. They keep rolling and covering the numbers until all the snowman are covered. If they aren’t ready to count just yet, a great alternative activity is to build snowman forte with blocks on top of each image to correspond to the number.
Winter Math Activity
You can certainly use a various numbered dice with this activity, you can! There are plenty you can find on Amazon. You can find numbered / counting dice too.
This activity is hands-on and perfect for kids to use when they need a refresher or some more counting games and activities. You could also laminate the mats for repeated use in binders or in folders for kids who need more practice at home. Kids will love counting using mini erasers and building blocks with these! What a great way to reinforce a love of learning math!
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