In the hustle and bustle of all of our Christmas themed games, I like to try to get myself prepared for continued fun in January with simple winter themed learning activities. Then, when we come back after winter break, we are ready to keep learning and having fun!
These winter alphabet and number cards are perfect for the classroom because they can be used in SO many ways!
With a set of numbers to 20, letters A-Z, and a fun word game, we have several activities in one download!
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I print, laminate and cut out all of the cards for sturdiness and repeated use. Then, I decide how I want to use them in our day!
Numbers 1-20 are on hot cocoa mugs and are perfect for number ordering! I like to put them in the pocket chart and then we order them as a class. We are working on teen numbers right now, so this works well!
Alternatively, pull two cards and find the sum, or use them as counting cards with the white pom poms as “marshmallow” counters!
Letters A-Z (in both upper and lowercase) are on snowballs and are perfect for abc order, letter matching, or word making! I also like to put these in the pocket chart and make words together as a whole group activity or mini-lesson.
If you are making words with the snowballs, you can use the recording sheet to record them! Make CVC words, sight words, or others too, then write them down on the lines. Perfect for centers or a small group activity!
Download the Alphabet and Number Cards
Ready to play? Grab your copy of the winter alphabet and number cards by clicking the yellow button at the end of this post.
Then, for tons more print and play winter fun, hop over and grab our Winter Math and Literacy Centers
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