Are you looking for new activities to ad to your preschool winter lessons? Then, these winter activities are a must have!
This packet is full of hands-on activities to help your children practice important math, literacy, and fine motor skills.
These activities are perfect for children between the ages of 3-7.
Snowman Color Matching
Children will practice color recognition and color matching while strengthening fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
Snowman Button Counting
Practice number recognition and counting to ten with this snowman button counting activity. Choose a snowflake card, identify the number, and count out buttons on the snowman.
Winter Alphabet Strips
Trace the letters with markers, crayons, or colored pencils. Or, you can have children build the letters with playdoh or wikki stix.
Winter Count and Build
Identify each number, and build a tower of snap cubes with the same amount of blocks.
Hot Chocolate Sight Words
Read the sight word on each mug. Use the marshmallow letters to spell each one.
Winter Alphabet Trace
Identify the letter on each mug. Then, trace it on the letter mat.
Students will match the mittens with rhyming words to make a complete pair.
Snowman Letter Match
Children will use small manipulatives (buttons, bingo chips, etc.) to cover the lowercase letters that match the uppercase letter on each snowman’s sign.
Snowman Number Sense
Preschoolers will identify the number on each snowman’s hat. Then, they’ll sort through the buttons to find five that represent each number from 1-10.
Snowman Line Tracing Worksheets
Children will trace various lines on the snowmen starting at the dot and tracing to the end. This is a great way for preschoolers to strengthen concentration and motor skills.
Winter No Prep Worksheets
Children will follow the instructions on each page to complete the activities. Activities include math, language, and fine motor fun.
The Snowy Day
Children will complete each activity designed to pair with The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats.