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Christmas Counting Board Game

Santa's helper board game

About This Primary Resource

A fun and festive board game which promotes basic numeracy skills. Travel around the board helping Santa to delver presents on Christmas Eve. The winner is the player who has helped Santa deliver the most presents when everyone reaches the end of the board.

You may wish to use this game in conjunction with our dice or spinner templates.

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  1. ditto

    OMG this is such a good idea!!! Thank you so much for this!!!

  2. Jen

    Love it

  3. Monica Lovecky

    I can’t wait to play this with my kiddos!

  4. Lindsay McHale

    Great resource

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