Learning how to count by twos, threes, and fives is such a critical skill for early learners.

But it doesn’t end there!

Counting leads to recognizing inequalities – which numbers are greater or less – and recognizing the difference between even and odd numbers as well.

Since teaching during winter can be a bit of a drag (at least it can for me), I thought this fun Yeti **math practice for early grades** lesson would be a fun way to perk up these basic math skills!

These fun snowman-themed practice drills feature skip counting, odd and even, inequalities, and more – all at a level that is perfect for early elementary grades!

Read on to see how to get your set – free! And, for more winter learning fun, don’t miss my Snow Globe Grammar Parts of Speech Sorting Activity!

## Yeti Math! Math Practice for Early Grades

To use this math practice for early grades lesson, you’ll need the following: (This post contains affiliate links. For details, see our Disclosure Policy.)

- Printer (with ink)
- Printer Paper (I used Astrobright paper)
- Pencils

This product includes:

- Seven skip counting practice sheets
- Two inequality practice sheets
- Two odd and even number practice sheets
- And four addition and subtraction practice sheets

If you want to use these for a math review, hand out each sheet and let students practice on their own.

You could also use them as a math center activity for several lessons!

Just laminate each page and let students practice completing them with dry erase markers.

Then they can try all over again the next day!

**Scroll down to get your copy of Yeti Math! Math Practice for Early Grades!**

Take a look at these other early math resources!

And see more ways to teach math on my Math Mania Pinterest board!

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