This morning I shared a picture on Instagram of the Target Dollar Spot mini erasers that I picked up while Christmas shopping. Soon after a commenter said, she had the same ones and was looking for ideas. I should have been studying for finals, but my creativity was sparked, so I made these FREE printables to use with these Target Dollar Spot mini erasers. Of course, you can use other items as well, but these work perfectly with the Santa and snowmen Target Dollar Spot mini erasers that are out everywhere right now!
Snowman Color Sorting Mat
Print out this simple color matching activity here. Laminate if you wish( this affiliate link takes you to my FAVORITE laminator). Pop everything on a tray and sort the snowmen by the color of the ribbon on their hats. If you don’t have these snowmen erasers, you can use yellow, green, and red pom poms!
Snowmen Number Cards
This isn’t rocket science but having the mats ready to print out saves you precious time and I love to help teachers spend less time doing these little time-consuming tasks. If you don’t have the erasers, use buttons, cotton balls, or bingo chips!
If you want to give your students more of a guide, you can draw a ten frame on before you laminate, or add dots/ snowflakes to cover after.
Measure an Elf!
These measuring cards work best with these Santa erasers but you can use anything.
For older kids laminate the cards and then hand them rulers and a dry erase marker. Have them measure the elves and write the measurement at the top. These printables are very flexible.
Holiday Letter Sounds Cards
Using the Santa mini erasers as markers these colorful letter sound cards.
The student simply places the mini-eraser on the image that starts with the letter shown.
If you love these printables and want more check out our Gingerbread Friends Mini Unit and Winter Wonderland Full Thematic Unit!