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    This Count and Touch Interactive PDF Christmas Math Game is a great way for young kids to practice their math skills in a Christmassy way. In this game, students first look at the math question in the top right of the picture. Then they think of the answer, and search around the Christmas scene to look for the number that is the answer to the math question. The numbers are not so easy to find though! When students find the number they need to answer the math question, they click it. They repeat this for all the math questions until all numbers are done. After they touch each correct number, a green circle appears to show students that they are correct. If students touch the wrong number, they will get a message to try again. Every time students play, the numbers change places around the picture so the activity can be used again and again!
  • This Count and Touch Interactive PDF Game is a great way for young kids to practice counting in an exciting new way. First, students must find and touch the object of which there is only one image. Next, they have to find two of something and touch that object. They repeat this up to ten. After they touch the correct objects, the number appears as a way to show students that they are correct. If students touch the wrong objects, they will get a message to try again. In this special Christmas version, students look for the following: a snowman, penguins, cookies, presents, candy canes, toy dolls, nets, ice cubes, snow flakes, and Christmas tree lights.
  • This Count and Touch Interactive PDF Game is a great way for young kids to practice counting in an exciting new way. First, students must find and touch the object of which there is only one image. Next, they have to find two of something and touch that object. They repeat this up to ten. After they touch the correct objects, the number appears as a way to show students that they are correct. If students touch the wrong objects, they will get a message to try again. In this special Christmas version, students look for the following: Santa, Christmas trees, elves, clocks, jets, presents, Christmas stockings, spiders, waffles, and stripes.

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