There reside various diverse groups globally and they all celebrate different festivals to thank the almighty, spread joy, and get together with their families once in a while. The given worksheets depict elements of all such different festivals that are celebrated across the globe and are most famous among Christian folks. These worksheets will introduce children to all such festivals and their basic elements and allow them to learn the mathematical concept of the tally.
What does this worksheet include?
The worksheet given below is a free printable worksheet that consists of 8 separate sheets which are having the theme of separate festivals which are celebrated all across the globe. The elements of all these festivals are given in sticker form and are various in number. Children are supposed to count them and create a tally table respectively.
These worksheets help a kid in learning the concept of the tally. Tally is a way of keeping count by drawing marks. Every fifth line is drawn diagonally over the other four vertical lines. This is a concept for kids of 4th-5th standard. These worksheets improve the counting skills of a child and also add up to his knowledge about various festivals which are celebrated by people across the world. Some of the mentioned festivals include Christmas, Easter, Halloween, Thanksgiving, St. Patrick’s day, and Australia day.
Instruction to use this worksheet
The most effective and appropriate way of using these worksheets is by reciting the stories of the origin of each festival, the reason to celebrate it, elements of all these festivals, and lastly their significance. The concept of tally should be taught to them first and then these worksheets must be given to solve. These worksheets can be used for practice as well as in form of a test. Proper guidance is mandatory whenever required. A regular track must be kept on children when they are solving these worksheets and they should be corrected gently if any mistake is made.
Festival Counting Worksheets for Preschool
Festival Counting Worksheet: 1
Christmas is a holy festival of people belonging to Christianity. It is celebrated to mark the birth of Jesus Christ. On this day, people have a tradition of buying Christmas trees and decorating them with various tools such as lights, pompoms, balls, bells, etc. This worksheet consists of all such Christmas elements.
Festival Counting Worksheet: 2
This second worksheet consists of images of the night when Jesus was born. We can see the parents of Jesus, mother Mary, newborn christ, shining stars, angel, and the manger.
Festival Counting Worksheet: 3
Thanksgiving is celebrated annually as a national holiday in North America on every fourth Thursday of November month. The day is meant to celebrate the harvest season and other blessings of the year gone. Family members gather together and have Thanksgiving dinner together.
Festival Counting Worksheet: 4
Halloween is celebrated on 31st October every year. It is the most famous occasion amongst teenagers and kids. People dress up like deads and ghosts and have parties till late at night. Its origin is believed to be from Celtic people and it is believed that on this day, the dead rises and returns to their home so people light bonfires to ward off the spirits.
Festival Counting Worksheet: 5
26 January is celebrated as Australia day in order to mark the foundation day of Australia.
Festival Counting Worksheet: 6
St. Patrick’s day is celebrated to mark the arrival of Christianity in Ireland and to celebrate the culture and tradition of Irish people. The celebration part includes public parades, carnivals, and wearing green cloth.
Festival Counting Worksheet: 7
We all have heard of this festival-easter. This day is considered very joyous and auspicious by Christian people as it represents the fulfillment of prophecies of the old testament and the revelation of God’s salvific plan for all humankind.
Festival Counting Worksheet: 8