Christmas Cakes: One More One Less Math Printable Worksheet
Looking for a fun way to sneak in a bit more math this Christmas season? Look no further than this adorable Christmas cakes one more – one less worksheet. Pair it with a dice and your kids will love this simple math game. This printable worksheet truly makes it fun to work on important math concepts. To download your math worksheet, please continue reading below.
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How to Use the Christmas Cakes One More – One Less Worksheet
To use the worksheet, simply print, laminate (or place inside a dry erase sleeve or sheet protector <— this is our favorite brand), and place it out for your child along with a washable marker and a die.
Quick tip: We discovered that Crayola washable markers work perfectly on sheet protectors – no need to use dry erase markers!
To play, simply roll a die and invite your child to write that number below the center cake. Invite your child to place that many manipulatives on the cake as well.
Then, write one number less than the original number and place that many counters on the appropriate cake.
Then, write one number more than the original number under the appropriate cake and place that many manipulatives on that cake.
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Okay, now back to those holiday activities I mentioned earlier!
Every year around this time, I go searching for holiday activities for my kids, sometimes spending hours trying to find just the right projects. So, this year, I joined forces with some of my fellow homeschool bloggers to bring you some super fun Christmas activities you can do with your kids without having to spend hours scouring the web! You can find them all below!
Holiday-Themed Science Projects from Homeschool On the Range – which science project will you try first? Check them all and let the fun begin!
Christmas-Twisted Classic Board Games from The WOLFe Pack – if you love games, this is a must-see!
Gingerbread Nativities from Hess Un-Academy – what a yummy new tradition to start!
DIY Firestarter Gifts from Making Room 4 One More – what a great gift to give this year!
Woodland Birds Ornament from Heart and Soul Homeschooling – a great addition to your Christmas tree!
Cultural Family Night: Christmas edition from Stand Up, Reach Out – start a new tradition this year with these great ideas!
Easy, Cheap, Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Kids from Julie Naturally – if you need some new stocking stuffer ideas, check out this list!
Scrabble Tile Christmas Ornament from I Choose Joy! – a fun ornament to make, especially for families that love games!
Simple Christmas Family Traditions: An Advent Tree from Whole Child Homeschool – do you celebrate Advent? This would be a fun way to celebrate!
Handprint Candy Cane Ornament from Homegrown Motherhood – what a sweet way to remember how tiny those little hands were!
Outdoor Christmas Activities for the Whole Family from An Off Grid Life – don’t let the cold weather keep you inside, check out these fun outdoor activities!
Nativity Set for Kids to Make and Play With from Orison Orchards – what a special nativity set that the kids can make themselves and then enjoy playing with!
Simple Christmas Activities for Busy Working Homeschool Moms from Thrive at Home – lots of fun ideas to make this Christmas even more special!
How to make a fork painted manger set from Our Crazy Adventures In Autismland – such a sweet craft to make with the kids!
Heart Nativity Paper Craft from My Joy-Filled Life – what an adorable simple craft – a must-do this Christmas season!