Christmas Tree Counting Activity

December is almost half way through and we are busy getting ready for the holidays! Today, I want to share an easy holiday counting activity! This activity is perfect for toddlers or young preschoolers and you will only need a few materials that most people already have around the house!

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Materials Used

  • Construction Paper
  • Glue
  • A Marker
  • Scissors

I started by cutting out six tree shapes from green construction paper. Next, I cut out about 25 little circles from red construction paper. After that, I glued the trees onto a piece of white paper.

After the trees dried for a few minutes, I randomly wrote a number one from six on each tree.

I had my daughter tell me what number was on each tree and then glue a matching number of red circles onto it.

This easy to prepare activity is a great way to practice counting and number recognition!

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5 responses to “Christmas Tree Counting Activity”

  1. My toddler is just about to this stage of learning! I’ll be giving this a shot! Thanks!

  2. What a fun activity that incorporates Math and art at the same time!

  3. I love this idea! Great way to incorporate fun into learning!

  4. Simply love this easy fun learning activity for toddlers. Will definitely try.

  5. It is always great to do activities where you can sneak learning into the tun. This will be great for little ones.

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