Counting Marshmallows Winter Preschool Worksheets

Build important early math skills with your little kids this Winter using these engaging and hands-on Counting Marshmallows Winter Preschool Worksheets. These fun winter-themed preschool worksheets are a great way to encourage counting and number recognition with your preschool and kindergarten learners.

Counting Marshmallows Winter Preschool Worksheets with text: Winter Theme Winter Counting Preschool WorksheetsI’m excited to share these Counting Marshmallows Winter Preschool Worksheets with you! These cute counting worksheets will help your preschoolers practice counting, number identification, tracing numbers, and writing number words this Winter.

Plus, kids will love this adorable marshmallow counting theme! You can create adorable marshmallow counting notebooks for morning work or extra learning fun over winter break.

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However you choose to use them, you won’t want to miss these counting marshmallow printable winter preschool activities & all the fun learning ideas I’ve collected to go with them!

Counting Notebook 0-10

These printable winter preschool activity pages are perfect for creating counting notebooks for your preschoolers this Winter. With 11 counting worksheets and a fun cover page included in this printable activity pack, you can print one for every child in your class and use them to review numbers 0-10 this January.

Every page includes coloring for fine motor skill building, tracing numbers, writing number words, and counting practice with marshmallow filled hot cocoa cups.

Preschool Counting Worksheets

I’m really excited about these no-prep printable counting worksheets! These cute little marshmallow counting pages encourage preschoolers to count the marshmallows in cups of hot cocoa and then color the correct answers.

It’s perfect for practicing number identification, counting skills, and one to one correspondence with your preschoolers this January.

Want to add a concrete element to these preschool counting worksheets? Laminate these counting pages and give your preschoolers real marshmallows to count. Simply place them on top of the marshmallow images and begin counting.

It’s perfect for practicing counting in a concrete way for early learners who aren’t quite ready for abstract counting.

Counting Clip Cards

Clip cards are another super fun way to practice counting with your preschoolers this Winter! I’ve included a set of counting clip cards in this printable winter activity pack too. Your preschoolers can use these cards to practice counting and identifying numbers 0-10.

Plus, they’ll build finger strength as they clip the numbers on each card. Building fine motor strength with counting clip cards is a fun and easy way to help your preschoolers develop a proper pencil grip to get ready for handwriting.

Don’t forget to grab some real marshmallows to use as counters with these clip cards for even more tangible learning fun this January.

Winter Preschool Activity Ideas

Want to try more marshmallow themed winter preschool activities with your preschoolers? Try the Winter preschool activity ideas I’ve included below along with your counting marshmallow printables.

Marshmallow Sorting & Fine Motor Skills

Give your preschoolers a few handfuls of rainbow marshmallows, sorting cups, and Jumbo Tweezers*. Then, have your preschool learners practice sorting the marshmallows by color. They can use the tweezers to pinch marshmallows and move them to a cup with matching marshmallows. It’s a fun way for kids to practice color recognition, sorting, and build important early fine motor skills for handwriting.

Snowflake STEAM Building Project

Get creative with this STEAM activity for preschoolers! Combine engineering, art, and math in this fun marshmallow project with your little learners. Here’s what you’ll need: marshmallows and toothpicks. Preschoolers can use toothpicks to connect their marshmallows, forming unique snowflake creations this Winter.

It’s the perfect time to add a little science and literacy to your winter marshmallow activities too. Read Curious About Snow (Smithsonian)*, by Gina Shaw that tells kids everything they want to know about snow. How do we know every snowflake is unique and different? It’s in this cool Winter read aloud.

More Printable Winter Preschool Activities

Looking for more fun no-prep printables you can use with your preschoolers this Winter? Here are a few of my latest printable Winter preschool activities for extra learning fun this year:

Don’t forget to scoop up your own counting marshmallows winter preschool activity pack with 14+ printable pages of early learning fun for your kids this Winter.

Counting Marshmallows Winter Preschool Worksheets

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Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best mama judgement when planning activities for your little kids.

I hope you enjoy using these winter preschool worksheets with your little kids as much as I enjoyed creating them with mine.

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Counting Marshmallows Winter Preschool Worksheets with text: Winter Theme Marshmallow Preschool Worksheets