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Christmas Tree Color Sorting

Sort candy, pom poms, cereal, erasers, buttons, or stickers in this Christmas Tree color sorting activity for preschoolers and toddlers. Children of all ages benefit from sorting. Whether a toddler is sorting two items into piles or an older child is sorting vocabulary by different characteristics, sorting is stimulating the brain. Comparing, contrasting, and grouping …

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Christmas Tree Alphabet Matching

You can use these Christmas Tree Alphabet Matching mats to practice identifying capital letters, lowercase letters, shapes, numbers, or even sight words! Simply print, fill in the blanks, and get started! You can use: pom poms candies erasers cereal    You can write in ANYTHING in the key to practice with: capital letters lowercase letters …

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Gingerbread House Counting Cards

There are so many ways to use these gingerbread house counting cards! From number identification and counting to sequencing and addition, this free printable is awesome for all young children.  Count using anything you have on hand: candies blocks cereal stickers erasers small balls of gingerbread playdough   Counting Put the corresponding number of counters …

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Christmas Ornament Craft for Kids

I  love  that  this  Christmas  ornament  craft  for  kids  can  be  done  with  kids  of  all  ages.  They  will  all  look  different  and  be a special keepsake for years to come. Materials: You can find these supplies at your local store or here are affiliate links to them on Amazon. Standard Cupcake Liners Mini Cupcake …

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