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Christmas Tree Size Sorting Printable Activity

Looking for Christmas themed sorting activities for kindergarten? This adorable Christmas tree size sorting printable is an easy hands on learning activity for preschool and kindergarten.

Engaging kids in play helps them develop skills, like this Christmas tree sorting game. It makes a great no prep holiday math center activity for kindergarten students. We also have a pumpkin size sorting printable game.

Find out the benefits of sorting activities and the types of skills it helps kids work on then grab the printable at the bottom of this post.

We have even more fun Christmas ideas for you such as this Roll A Christmas Tree Dice Game, printable Christmas Activity Workbook, reading Christmas picture books, making coffee filter wreaths and lots of Christmas tree crafts

You can find even more free printable games and activities for kids.

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Our printable Christmas tree sorting game perfect for incorporating the holidays into big and small sorting activities.

If using this in a classroom setting, I recommend using a laminator machine and laminating the mats and tokens before cutting them out.

This printable activity includes three mats and each one is labeled with a size: Large, Medium, Small.

Cute Christmas trees with faces in different sizes.

There are also six sets of cute Christmas Trees with faces. Each set includes a big, medium, and small tree token. Cut these out ahead of time for a very low prep activity.

Mix up the Christmas tree tokens and ask your child to sort them by size onto the correct mat.

You can easily adjust the difficulty of this activity for toddlers and younger kids as needed. For example, you can lay out just the Large and Small mats and tokens to start with and then later add in Medium too.


Sorting may seem like a simple activity, but it is an important early math skill for preschool and kindergarten children to work on.

Hands on sorting activities allow them to learn how to recognize similar objects and practice grouping them together.

This provides a foundation for building on math skills, such as grouping number sets, when they are older.

Developing a child’s sorting skill will help them recognize patterns and easily make matches. This becomes important for solving more complex math equations later.

For this activity, they need to look at the different tree tokens, compare them, and categorize them as large, medium, or small.


Looking for more simple math activities for preschool and kindergarten students? Here are a few ideas you may like:


These learning games help kids work on a variety of skills such as colors, grouping and classifying, fine motor, and sorting.


Download and save these Christmas tree sorting activity worksheets to print out and use at home or in your classroom. Share this post with other parents and teachers so they can download their own copy!

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