Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Stretch Island as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
I just love this time of year. There are so many festivities to attend: concerts, Santa lunches, holiday parties, and more. The whole month feels like a big party to attend. As much as I love to celebrate, there are still things to get done. There’s laundry, cleaning, and all the other chores. And when it comes to my kids, there is still work to be done. Yes, the kids still have to go to school and books need to be read. And when it comes to my preschooler, there are still skills that we are working on to get her ready for kindergarten. One of the skills that I have been working on with my preschooler this month is mastering one to one correspondence with numbers. To make our counting work a little more festive and fun (in the spirit of the holiday season!), I created these fun printable Christmas Tree counting pages to use at home this month.
These printable Christmas Tree counting pages include the numbers 1-10. All you have do is print the pages and get ready to decorate. You can print on cardstock or laminate the paper so you can use these pages over and over throughout the holiday season. To decorate, all you need is something fun to use for the ornaments. One fun idea is to use simple Christmas buttons, stickers, or sequins to help decorate the tree. We did this activity during snack time, so my preschooler was excited to turned her strawberry fruit bites into Christmas ornaments!