Between all of our cultures and backgrounds, there are so many holidays for us to celebrate in the month of December – it’s a fun and hectic time of year!
We’re still enjoying our Christmas themed works! I’m excited to be sharing freebies and new Tot Labs products for you guys from now until Christmas! Today, I am sharing another printable for tots – we have some fun Christmas tree color works!
Why: You can have your child practise matching their colors by using this printable. They can learn to identify colors by using the colored in trees.
The images to color in a wonderful way to add not only a color recognition work to your trays, but also to strengthen hand-eye coordination and muscles in your children’s hands!
How to use
Option 1: Use the colored Christmas Tree cards, 3-4 at a time, to give a 3 period lesson on the names of the shapes.
Option 2: Have your child color the black and white Christmas trees in the labelled colors. Then, ask him/her to match them to the colored cards.
Option 3: Present the colored, labeled cards to your child on a tray. In a bowl, present colored manipulatives, such as pom poms (that corresponds to the colors of the cards). Have your child match the manipulatives to the cards.
Option 4: Print two sets of labelled, colored Christmas tree cards to your child. Have your child match the cards to each other.
Get your set!
- 10 color cards for identification
- 10 color cards (for child to color in)
More Christmas activities
Christmas shape matching for toddlers
Christmas themed invitation to play dough
Christmas tree counting and fine motor practice
Don’t miss out!
Today, I am linking up at: A little bird told me, Preschool and kindergarten community, Tot school Gathering Place, The Thoughtful Spot, Love to Learn Linky, The Mommy Club Resources and Solutions, Link and Learn, TGIF, Hip Homeschool Moms, Practical Mondays