These Christmas Printables: How Many Elves on the Shelf? will help your preschool and kindergarten aged children work on counting and number recognition.
Plus, these math sheets are in an adorable Elf on the Shelf theme!
I have been sharing some free Christmas Printables and other resources to help you plan your Christmas Unit Study. I hope you find these homeschooling freebies useful for you in your homeschool classes!
Christmas is not very far off – enhance your homeschooling adventures or your after school teachings with these adorable Elf on the Shelf Math Worksheets for Preschoolers.
If you have small children in your home, you probably know all about the little Elf that comes to visit. At Miller Manor, it is a family tradition.
My kids were all obsessed with Elfie, our Elf! They wanted Elf EVERYTHING! So, I figured the best way to get my youngest doing his school work was to create some fun Elf printables for him. Then, I shared those free printable with my readers… YOU! 🙂
No, our children can’t touch the Elf, but they can touch these math printables!
Tank is really struggling with numbers counting and number recognition. So, I created these elf on the shelf math worksheets to help him with those issues.
More Christmas Math Worksheets:
These addition subtraction worksheets from A Dab of Glue Will Do are perfect for the next age level. Aren’t these Christmas Lights just too cute?
Personally, I love dot to dot printables, for numbers counting! Children have to connect the dot in numerical order to find out what the picture is. Then, they can even color their creation.
Make this math lesson fun! You can have your Scout Elf report back to Santa with the worksheet score. Then, on Christmas Eve, you can have the North Pole to report back of your child’s Elf on the Shelf math grades. Wouldn’t that be cute?
More Elf on the Shelf Printables:
Chanda Bell got the idea years ago to share a family tradition from her childhood that involved an elf sitting on a shelf! So, she teamed up with Carol Aebersold and created a book and stuffed Elf that would become a huge Christmas phenomenon! Yes! Elf on the Shelf a Christmas tradition has been passed down for close to 15 years. Do you do it?
During Christmas season, this little Elf hangs out watching and listening. Then, each night he will fly to the North Pole to report to Santa. Your kids can send letters to Santa with him if they want. It is a cute little way to gear up for Christmas.
Have fun setting up your Elf each morning with these fun Elf on the Shelf printables from Crystal and Comp.
Improve your child’s fine motor skills and handwriting with these Handwriting Worksheets for Kids.
Reading can be fun! Help your child recognize these Elf on the Shelf related words with a set of printable Flash Cards.
The younger set may be working on letter recognition. With out Find the Letter E is for Elf worksheets, your child will practice recognizing the upper case and lower case e among other similar letters.
These Elf-Sized printable playing cards are not only fun for your children, but make great Elf props for the Elf on the Shelf tradition!
Same or Different? Can your preschooler notice details and differences? These Which Elf is Different worksheets will help!
More FREE Christmas Fun:
Over 200 Elf on the Shelf ideas from Crystal and Comp so that your scout elves can have a little fun this holiday season. Crystal also has a page of Christmas themed freebies and printables that you need to check out!
Rainy Day Mum is all about outdoor fun and bringing the outside in. So, she has loads of Frosty the Snowman Math goodness for your preschooler like these Snowman Button Counting Sheets and these Snowman Clothes Peg counting activities.
Enhance Your Elf on the Shelf Math Worksheets for Preschoolers:
Looking for more fun items to help you in teaching your kids about and celebrating Christmas? Check out my top picks from Amazon!
Educational Christmas Goodies for Kids
- LEGO Holiday Seasonal Christmas Santa Claus 40010
- Toy / Game An Elf’s Story Educational DVD – Based On The Best Selling Christmas Tradition The Elf On The Shelf
- LEGO City Advent Calendar 7553
Christmas Books for Kids
- Christmas Is…
- Santa’s Favorite Story: Santa Tells the Story of the First Christmas
- Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
- The Christmas Story (Little Golden Book)
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