Brighten up your holiday season with this exciting math counting featuring Christmas lights! All you need to complete this activity is pom poms and markers and a squeezer! This Christmas Lights counting activity is not only a perfect math lesson for your little ones but also a great fine motor activity
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Counting Christmas Lights Activity
Just in time for the holidays, this Christmas light counting activity promotes counting, number recognition, and fine motor practice. Start by grabbing a piece of paper, markers, tape, pom-poms, and some tweezers.
Draw a squiggly line with circles for lights, add a piece of tape to the top corner and grab your pom-poms and tweezers to begin the activity. Write a number on the tape and use the tweezers to place the corresponding number of pom-poms into the circles to make colorful lights!
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