Math Story Problem Pocket Charts for Winter

These Winter themed Story Problem Pocket Charts are simple, 5-minute Large Group activities that will introduce your young children to math story problems.

Winter Story Problem Charts

In the Fall, I shared some Fall Math Story Problem Pocket Charts, and today I’m sharing two Winter charts. You can extend these by changing the numbers, and doing them again. To prepare them, just print, laminate, and cut.

I read the sentences to the children, while pointing to the words in a left-to-right direction. I point out the numerals and ask children to identify them. The leader helps place the clipart pieces in the chart. We read the chart a second time to review and check to see if we represented it correctly.

Winter Story Problem #1

Winter Math Pocket Chart @

Download: Winter Math Pocket Chart

Winter Story Problem #2

Christmas Math Pocket Chart @

Download: Christmas Math Pocket Chart

If you like these, I have a set of 22 Math Story Problem Pocket Charts for Winter for sale on Teachers Pay Teachers. The set includes all of the printable sentences as well as all of the clipart you will need. {The 2 pocket charts above are 2 freebies from the set.}

Fall Math Story Problem Pocket Charts

This printable uses graphics licensed by Scrappin Doodles, Ashley Hughes, and


  1. Kelly says

    I love your site and all of your fabulous ideas!! I am having difficulty being able to open the gift story problem (Winter Story Problem #2) and I REALLY like it. Sometimes I have this problem on the site, but most things do open. Do you have any suggestions? “We’re sorry the author of this document has set permissions that don’t allow the content to be re-used in other applications.”

    • says

      It sounds like you are trying to open it in a different program. Just open the PDF file and print it (usually you can just double click it and it will open). The document does have securities on it, so it cannot be opened in other programs. Any PDF reader should work, but you might want to try Adobe Reader — that’s the program that will open it.

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