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Preschool Maths (Winter Edition)

Winter  🌨️   holidays are full of fun and snow    ❄️ . Children have snowball fights and make snowmen  ⛄  while bundled up in their warmest clothes. However, a little bit of learning while there is a blizzard outside is not a bad idea. This learning doesn't have to be boring! Learning should be fun so how about some very colorful, fun worksheets for preschool maths for your 4+ yrs old children? This is why I have designed these worksheets keeping the popular Winter symbols in mind. Children will be greeted by Gingerbread men, snowmen, and peppermint candies on each worksheet. These worksheets are perfect for building initial maths knowledge as they cover critical topics for Early mathematics learning for preschoolers. So, what are you waiting for? Click on the download button given at the end of the page and print out the PDF. Make sure that the printer settings are set to " Scale to Fit " so that you get printouts exactly like the images given below. Also, you can downl

Read and Write about Winter

There are four seasons in a year: Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter. Every season has its own charm. Playing in the park is more beautiful in Spring with all the flowers growing around you. However, there is something magical about Winters. It may be the snow or it may be that Christmas comes in Winters or it may just be the world getting ready for a new year. Winter is definitely special and something to celebrate. So, Winter is here and it is time to have some fun! The landscape has turned white with the beautiful, fluffy snow. Make snow angels or snowmen  ☃️  or have a snowball fight with your children. Do something adventurous and go  ❄️  sledding with your children. Make a cup of hot chocolate  ☕  and drink it while sitting in front of the fireplace  🔥  while telling stories to each other. If you celebrate Christmas, then start decorating the Christmas Tree.  Also, how about some fun reading and writing in this magical season? I have made these interesting worksheets for reading