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Winter Tree Snowflakes and Numbers 1 to 10
Preschool Lesson Plan Printable Activity

Winter Tree Snowflakes and Numbers 1 to 10
Preschool Lesson Plan Printable Activity
Let's celebrate winter with this activity. Visit the complementary educational topics in the themes above to support and expand on this activity.

Activity: Winter Tree Snowflakes Numbers 1 to 10 > Print Template [color only]

Materials:

  • printer
  • white paper
  • scissors
  • glue stick
  • optional for winter landscape or decoration:
    • blue construction paper
    • cotton balls
    • snowflake or winter animal stickers
Basic skills: Colors, square shape, numbers, counting, scissor cutting skills, hand and eye coordination [match and paste] Identify colors > the tree is green, the snowflakes are white.

Instructions:

  1. Print template.
  2. Identify snowflake numbers and count from 1 to 10.
  3. Identify the snowflakes are inside a square shape.
  4. Cut out the snowflake squares.
  5. Match and paste the snowflake number to numbers in the tree.

Crafty idea > Make a Winter Snowing Scene or a Decoration

  • Cut loosely around the tree template.
  • Paste cotton balls or batting on the lower edge of the blue construction paper or cut a piece of white paper and paste to lower edge.
  • Paste the tree to blue construction paper over the "snow".
  • Paste large silver sequins or snowflake stickers in the blue background for falling snow.
  • Paste winter animal stickers or snowman next to the tree.
  • Decoration > Cut out the tree. Add string or ribbon to make an ornament.

PRINTING TIPS:
1) Adjust margins if you have trouble fitting the template on one page, review Print Help for suggestions.
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3) Click on the image in the bottom half of the screen to make that frame active. Then use the print function on your browser to print the active frame.