When I was little, I was a total hot cocoa addict.
My parents drank coffee every morning. But I was in love with hot chocolate.
I had a little microwavable mug and, once I learned to make cocoa on my own (usually with Nesquik), I was off to the races.
As the weather gets colder, I still remember my hot chocolate memories. And that’s why I wanted to share these adorable peppermint hot cocoa sequencing mats for kids!
These would make a perfect winter early learning activity for preschoolers and kindergartners who are working on retelling steps in order.
Read on to see how to get your set – free! And, for more fun with winter learning, don’t miss our winter alphabet and number playdough mats!
Peppermint Hot Cocoa Sequencing Mats for Kids
To use these sequencing mats for kids, you’ll need the following: (This post contains affiliate links. For details, see our Disclosure Policy.)
This product includes:
- One color sequencing mat
- Two sets of color three-step hot cocoa sequencing cards
- One line art sequencing mat
- And two sets of line art three-step hot cocoa sequencing cards
Once you prep this activity, you’re all set!
Place the cards in random order and let students practice telling how to make cocoa using the cards in the correct sequence.
You’ll definitely want to laminate these for durability. It makes them hold up better for little hands!
You can also use them with sticky hook and loop dots to add them to a busy bag.
Scroll down to get your set of these Peppermint Hot Cocoa Sequencing Cards!
Stop by and check out these other winter early learning activities!
And for more winter teaching ideas, follow my Winter Activities for Kids board on Pinterest!
To get your copy of these Peppermint Hot Cocoa Sequencing Mats, click the image or the link below to grab it for free from my Teachers Pay Teachers store!