This year I’ve set a goal to create a ton of new Christmas printables for my readers. I enjoy creating themed do-a-dot printables, so of course it was only natural that I would create a pack of Christmas Do-a-Dot Printables. (Click the link to see a list of all my Christmas printables, including my 100 page Christmas Printable Pack.)
Do-a-dot printables are great for helping young children practice an early math skill called one-to-one correspondence. One-to-one correspondence is the ability to match one object to one (corresponding) number or object. While my kids have already masted one-to-one correspondence, they still enjoy do-a-dot printables. This is because I tailor how I present the activity so my kids can work on other skills that are at their level. For example, I have used do-a-dot worksheets to work on recognizing uppercase vs. lowercase letters, basic addition skills, and fine motor skills.
Today I’m announcing the release of my Christmas Do-a-Dot Printables featuring 10 Christmas illustrations.
The 10 pages in this do-a-dot pack include:
- Christmas tree
- Santa’s hat
- Santa’s bag
- Candy cane
- Gingerbread man
I invite you to check out my other Christmas printables on my Christmas Printables page. And you can find more Christmas ideas on my Christmas activities for kids page and my Christmas Pinterest board.
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