I used to think that measurement topic is quite heavy for my 4-years old, until I tried to do measurement cards with her.
Oh, it was actually fun!
Today I am thrilled to share with you our Christmas Measurement Cards.
Well, Christmas vibes is so here.
Christmas Measurement Cards
But first, let us get to how to prep this activity.
Truth be told, this activity is a NO-PREP activity.
Yep, you can just Print-and-Go.
But if you wish to reuse the cards, of course you can laminate it.
How to Use Christmas Measurement Cards
For my 4-years old, we are not using rulers to measure. The numbers on the rulers are quite small.
But we are using non-standard measurement tools such as her cubes, paper clips, or just any toys we can find.
First, get 4-5 of those cubes ready.
Then, line them up on the line on the measurement cards from the start of the line, to the end of the line.
Next, count together how many cubes in total.
Finally, write the numbers at the box provided.
Super simple and easy, yet fun math activity!
Ready to try it with your kids?
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Grab your free Christmas Measurement Cards by clicking on the download button below.
More Christmas Measurement Cards
If you love this freebies, you’d want to snag our Christmas Measurement Cards packet.
It include 48 Christmas Trees measuring cards, 4 Santa measuring cards, 14 elves measuring cards and 4 nutcrackers measuring cards.
Check out the Christmas Measurement Cards at our Teachers Pay Teachers Store. Your kids would definitely love it!