Christmas Even and Odd Number Sort Game

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Christmas Number Sort game from www.homeschoolcreations.net

The next week and a half we’re planning to have a little fun during our school time since we are a bit ahead in some areas – and fun is always welcome! To help Kaleb continue with understanding the difference between even and odd numbers, I put together a little Christmas Even and Odd Number Sort game for us to work on.

Use the Christmas Even and Odd Number Sort game to have your child work on sequencing numbers from 1 to 20 or have your child sort the numbers by odd or even. If 20 numbers is too many, choose a handful of numbers and record them on the mat {great handwriting practice as well}.

Christmas even and odd number sorting mat from www.homeschoolcreations.net

Print the pages on cardstock and laminate them to make them sturdy {this is how we laminate more inexpensively}. Then let your child sort the numbers by even and odd while spread out on the floor, or pick a handful of the numbers and record them on the last page in the even or odd basket using a Vis-à-vis markers or dry erase markers.

—> Download the Christmas Even and Odd Number Sort Printable <—-

Other Fun Christmas Printables

Looking for a few other Christmas related printables to use with your kids? Check out the below printable packs based on some of our favorite books that are FREE to download.

Gingerbread Baby printables for Preschool and Kindergarten

The Gingerbread Baby Printables include fun activities to tie in with the story ~ vocabulary words, word tracer cards, tracer page, counting activities, number identification, patterning activities and more!

Mr Willowby's Christmas Tree printables for preschool and kindergarten

The printables for Mr. Willowby’s Christmas Tree include fun activities to tie in with the book ~ vocabulary words, word tracer cards, puzzles, tree size sequencing cards, a story sight word chart, recycling items, counting activities and more! Be sure to download BOTH sets of the printables since they go together and build on the skills your child will use.

Have fun learning and sorting together!



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  • Jessica VM

    Thank you so much for sharing your printables free of charge! You are a HUGE blessing to our family! Thank you!!

    • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

      Most welcome, Jessica. :) Enjoy!

  • http://www.momsmustardseeds.com/ Rebecca Brandt

    These are so cute!

  • Jennifer

    These are great!

  • Rebecca

    Thank you!

  • Carla Marvin

    Thank you for the Christmas cookie even and odd sorting–this is exactly what Muffin Man needs to work on, and such a cute/fun way to do it!!

    • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

      most welcome, Carla – how are you?? :)

  • Lauren

    Thank you so much! Your free printables (of all types) are so helpful!

    • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

      most welcome. :)

  • Stephanie

    Thanks for the printables!


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