There is some fun winter counting involved in this comparing numbers worksheets, which also asks kids to fill in the simple sentences using comparison words taken from a word bank.
Winter Maths Worksheets
There are various maths worksheets with a winter theme here, including counting and pattern activities. More coming soon!
Print out this ice rink scene and slice along the vertical lines. The kids then need to count from 1 to 10 correctly to put the picture back together! Available in colour, and black and white.
The kids will enjoy sorting these pretty snowflakes in order of size. You can laminate them too for extra durability.
This is a fiendishly difficult symmetry worksheet! You might want to start the children on some of the others in the set, and work up to this one. Mirror the lines on the left of the line of symmetry over to the right and you will have a perfect, symmetrical snowflake!
Learning how to sort by size is fun with these snowmen! Can the kids order them from biggest to smallest (then smallest to biggest)?
Here's a snowy counting scene worksheet, great for a winter theme. Can the kids count the number of each item and write the number in the box next to the picture of it? This is a little easier than some of our other counting scenes but will still require a lot of concentration!
We've got some fun winter shapes for the children to sort onto the 'big' and 'small' printable mats. Laminate the mats and shapes if you'd like to reuse them.
Here's a simple jigsaw to make that will keep the kids busy waiting for Christmas to arrive! Print onto some good quality card, then slice along the vertical lines. The kids then need to use the numbers to put the cosy winter scene back together.
Being able to recognise patterns is an important skill. This fun printable worksheet has six patterns for children to practice on featuring some wintery pictures.
Here's a fun winter size sorting worksheet for the kids to try. Can they number the wintry pictures from 1 for the smallest to 5 for the biggest?