Printable Winter Math Game Board

This winter math game board features adorable polar bears, trees, and icebergs. Use erasers or animal figures to move across the icebergs. Use the game board to practice counting, subitizing, and turn taking. This is perfect for preschool or early elementary.

Download the free printable winter math game board to practice counting, subitizing, and turn taking with preschoolers. The game board has polar bears, trees, and icebergs. #wintermath #preschoolmath

Printable Winter Math Game Board

I have an affinity for cute mini erasers. This year Target’s dollar spot has adorable fox erasers in addition to other Christmas themed erasers. I grabbed a bag of the fox erasers along with some adorable stickers. I knew I was going to make some sort of game for my preschooler. I drew the winter math game board just so we could use the fox erasers. You can use anything as your playing piece really. Do you have a small polar bear toy or another character eraser? Or you could use LEGO brick or something similar.

Download the Winter Math Game Board for your personal or classroom use only.

Download the free printable winter math game board to practice counting, subitizing, and turn taking with preschoolers. The game board has polar bears, trees, and icebergs. #wintermath #preschoolmath

You’ll also need a die. Roll the die to move your playing piece from iceberg to iceberg. This is a great way to practice subitizing (you look at the die and know how many dots are there without counting). It’s okay if your child needs to count the dots for now. The more she practices counting, the sooner she’ll be able to subitize.

Play a preschool math game with a free printable winter math game board.

More Winter Activities for Kids

  • Bear Paw Alphabet Tracks – Download the printable paw prints to practice letter recognition while pretending to be bears.
  • Penguin Painting for Toddlers – Work on fine motor and pre-writing skills with few simple art techniques that are easy for toddlers and preschoolers to do.
  • Frozen Oobleck – This cold and squishy sensory play doubles the fun of normal oobleck.

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