Christmas is my favorite time of year. I love all the lights and family gatherings. And the music – don’t even get me started on the music! I love decorating a tree and our house. A couple of years ago we had a live tree and it was my absolute favorite! The smell every time we entered the door was amazing! I can’t wait to have another one!
My kids also love Christmas. And lately, they’ve been fascinated with reindeer. They love looking at them in books or on television. They have done some research on them and found out where they live and even found a few reindeer farms that allow visitors. It is top of the list of “places to visit” for one of my daughters.
With all the reindeer talk in my house, I couldn’t pass up these adorable reindeer packets! With Christmas quickly approaching, these are the perfect addition to your Christmas school or December studies. With fun handwriting worksheets and counting exercises, your little ones will love working through them.
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My little ones always loved working on their handwriting skills. It was new and fun. They would work so hard to make the letters just right. So, of course, we had to include some fun pages in this pack. You’ll find four different letter pages with coordinating images. They will work on both uppercase and lowercase letters.
FINE MOTOR SKILLS
Prewriting skills are important for little ones. It is part of the fine motor skills that they need to master. They aren’t always fun to do, as they can be tedious, but making them fun does help! In this pack you’ll find five different pages to help them with these fine motor skills. They will trace letters (uppercase and lowercase), numbers (1-20) and a variety of different types of lines.
There are ten different number puzzles where kids will match the numbers to the card with the correct number of pictures. Plus they can practice putting numbers in order from 1-10 with the sequencing puzzle.
Does your little one know how to count to 100? They can practice by filling in the blanks of the missing numbers. Plus, this fun page can be laminated and used over and over!
Your child will learn to recognize both the written words and numbers, 1-10. They will write the words for each number one through ten. They will also work to recognize each number in a group of others. This is a great way to help the difference in each number when it is grouped with others.
MORE MATH SKILLS
Mostly we focus on counting and recognizing numbers during the prek years. But there are other skills they can work on too. In this pack they will work on size comparison, counting, number order (1-20) and recognizing numbers all through a fun Roll-A-Graph worksheet. All you need is a die!
OTHER FUN ACTIVITIES
Hands-on, fun activities are the best way for little ones to learn and remember things. In this pack they will work through 2 letter mazes (uppercase and lowercase) that will help them learn their letters in alphabetical order. You’ll also find a scissor practice page, shadow matching where they can match the colored image with their shadow and a variety of puzzles that encourage counting, shape recognition and matching animals with their names.
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The Christmas Reindeer PreK Pack includes 34 pages of activities to help your little ones work on their handwriting and math skills. This pack contains graphing exercises, 11 different puzzles, counting practice to 100, number words, tracing, number recognition pages (1-10), and MUCH more!
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This printable pack is sponsored by Time4Learning. Time4Learning is a web-based curriculum that can be used as a primary curriculum or a supplement for grades K-12. They offer automated grading for lessons, lesson tracking and record keeping all in one convenient program. Time4Learning gives students the independence they want, while
allowing them to move at their own pace. Since it is a web-based curriculum, members can access their account and lessons 24/7/365, which makes it flexible and perfect for homeschoolers. You can learn more about them by visiting their website.
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