Although cold, winter is such a fun season full of excitement. The first frost, snow, icicle, … For north those in hemisphere, there is also Santa, reindeer, Christmas lights. How to help kids study while they are going through so much excitement? We collected free winter themed math printable worksheets for kids. They are fun for kids, and easy for teachers and parents. We have collected math sheets for preschool to middle school. Hope you find them helpful.
Free Winter Math Worksheets for Preschool to Middle School
These are 16 pages of math printable worksheets for kids who are learning numbers, counting, 1 to 2-digit addition and subtraction, and 2 to 3 digit multiplications.
You will find about 90 pages of free math worksheets on this site. I like that it is organized by grade level. What is even better, if you need more worksheets on certain operations, you can generate more right on the site. Scroll towards the bottom of the page for directions.
This is a set of Christmas tree two-digit addition worksheet. It could also be a coloring page.
These 11 sets winter themed math worksheets are listed out by grade level. Each set has 1 to 4 pages of practice. I like the broader coverage, like diagrams for grade 1, quadrilaterals for 5th grade, two step equations for grade 7.
If you are practicing two-digit addition, this is another sheet for you.
This color by number sheet is a great one for those who are learning numbers and a great calm activity tool.
This is a set of 8 multiplication worksheets of hot chocolate and marshmallows. What I like it is that kids make up their own multiplication problems with the number of marshmallows provided and then solve the problems. It is a new twist of typical math practice, and make it more interesting and more fun, and of course more challenging in addition to multiplication.
For grade 1 to 3 addition and multiplication problems, you will like these math worksheets turned coloring pages.
For those who just start learning additions, this is a fun beginning addition sheet. Some preschooler and kindergarteners may also enjoy it just by counting them out.