Surprisingly we are already halfway through November, so I figured I better get started planning some fabulous winter preschool activities now. I like to make sure I have a few ideas and supplies for those cold days where we will be inside more. Here are 25 winter preschool activities and free printables that I think you will love.
Winter Preschool Activities and Free Printables
If it is freezing outside try these 10 great ways to bring nature indoors.
Wonderful and easy Winter Solstice Activities for Kids from Carrots are Orange.
I am loving this Preschool Winter Math – Counting Snowballs activity from Fun-A-Day. Easy and fun!
Happy Hooligans shared the cutest Snowman Activity Tray.
Snow Dough and The Snowy Day activities from Natural Beach Living.
This Winter Wonderland: Snowman in a Bag from Teach Preschool is so cute!
No Time For Flash Cards made the coolest Snow window.
A Sensory Play Favorite from Natural Beach Living is this fun Arctic and Antarctica Frozen Foam Dough.
Check out these 9 Arctic animals learning activities from Gift of Curiosity.
I think this Ice-Painting would be a perfect winter activity for every age. Great idea from Teaching 2 & 3 year olds.
Montessori Inspired Mitten Matching and The Mitten Activities.
This is such a great book to have on hand for fun and easy set-up activities. A Year of Educational Quiet Bins: The secret to peaceful days at home with kids.
Winter Preschool Printables
Another great book is 150+ Screen-Free Activities for Kids. You will find a lot of fun in this book.
From ABC’s to ACT’s has a Printable Summer and Winter Clothing Sort.
Fun Winter Printable Pack from Gift of Curiosity. Perfect for Age 2-7.
Free Winter Printables and Montessori-Inspired Winter Math Activities from Living Montessori Now.
Frozen Inspired Preschool Worksheets from Learning 2 Walk.
Super cute Winter Emergent Readers from The Measured Mom.
Check out these Winter Counting Mats from Living Life and Learning.
Pre-K Pages shared The Snowy Day Pocket Chart Activity for Winter.
What do you think? Did you add a few cool activities and printables to your list? As excited as I am for Thanksgiving, I really can’t wait until our December fun. I’d love to hear what you have planned for the winter. Leave a comment and share it with us or visit us on Facebook to chat.
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