Have you had snow yet this year? We’re still waiting. In fact, we only just had the first frost of the season last night! During the day, we still get nice fall-like highs. But it’s only a matter of time now! In the meantime, we can already enjoy winter in our learning resources 🙂
This one is for first graders working with a 120 board: Piles of Snow Fill in the Missing Numbers 1-120 (CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.1.NBT.A.1)
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Materials for Piles of Snow Fill in the Missing Numbers 1-120
- Printable file (below).
- Laminator, laminating pouches (optional).
- Paper cutter or scissors (optional).
What’s in the printable PDF file?
The file includes one no-prep page: Print and practice number skills!
The page shows a 120 board with a total of 18 numbers buried in piles of snow with cute animals (moose, bear, husky, and penguin) and a little kid peeking out from behind them.
The kids’ objective is to find out which numbers are buried/missing and either name them or write them in the squares.
If you need a different number font or black and white versions, the VIP file has all of that.
Download your Fill in the Missing Numbers Printable!
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Want a fun, hands-on, wintery way to practice addition?
This is super fun!
Are you looking for more winter-themed resources?
Winter Color Graphing Activities for Preschoolers by Life Over Cs
Winter Memory Game by Powerful Mothering
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