I’m so excited to share these fun Winter printables with you! These free worksheets are perfect for preschool and kindergarten. Kids can color a cute Winter scene, trace sweaters and mittens, play Winter I-Spy, do a word search, and practice patterns with these free Winter preschool activities.
Free Winter Printables for Preschool and Kindergarten
You can use these free printable winter worksheets for preschool and kindergarten learners at home or in the classroom this year. They’re perfect for a Winter preschool theme or homeschool unit study.
Keep scrolling to learn more about what’s included in this free printable pack and get some hands-on Winter activities for your preschool and kindergarten kids this year.
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Free Printable Winter Worksheets for Preschool and Kindergarten
These fun Winter activity printables are a great way to squeeze in some extra learning fun with your preschool and kindergarten kiddos this year. With 6 pages of Winter fun, there’s plenty for your early learners to enjoy with these no-prep printables.
Here’s what’s included:
Winter Tracing Worksheets
Good penmanship takes lots of practice! You can use these adorable Winter tracing pages to practice early handwriting skills with your preschool and kindergarten learners.
Tracing will help your kids to develop pencil control and finger muscles for handwriting. Plus, it’s a great way to practice the pencil strokes needed to form letters and numbers too.
Tracing these familiar Winter objects: mittens, sweaters, boots, etc. is a fun way to practice these important early learning skills.
Free Winter Preschool Activities
Winter I-Spy Activities for Preschoolers
I-Spy is a fun game kids can be used to develop memory skills and visual learning skills. This free Winter printables pack contains a themed I-spy printable for your kids to complete. I-spy helps kids build the following learning skills:
- Visual Discrimination
- Enhance Working Memory
Plus, you can use this printable Winter I-Spy game to practice early math skills too! Encourage kids to count the number of boots, scarves, and mittens they find and write the correct number in the provided boxes.
Younger kids who are still learning to count can simply color or put checkmarks in the boxes.
Winter Coloring Pages
Coloring is a lot of fun for kids, but it’s also a great way to build important early learning skills with your preschool and kindergarten learners.
This super cute Winter coloring page will help your kids practice concentration, build fine motor skills, explore color mixing, and color identification. Plus, it’s a great way to encourage creativity and boost confidence too!
You can use this Winter coloring page as a writing prompt with your older kids too. Encourage them to make up a story about the picture they’re coloring. Kids who can write, should write a few sentences to tell their Winter story.
Younger children can tell their story orally. Just wait until you see all the creative stories they come up with to go with this cute Winter coloring page!
Winter Word Search
Word searches are a fun way to help kids practice early literacy skills like letter recognition, phonics skills, and spelling. Even kids who can’t read yet can have fun completing this Winter word search page with a little help from you.
If finding words is just too hard for your little learners, try having them search for letters with this fun Winter printable page instead. Ask questions like “Can you find the letter W?”
Pattern Practice Worksheet for Preschool
Ask your preschool and kindergarten kids to tell you what comes next with this cute Winter worksheet. Kids can practice their pattern skills by determining which Winter themed image comes next in each pattern.
Plus, it’s a great opportunity for kids to practice cutting and pasting as they cut out the provided images and paste them in order. For extra practice, encourage your kindergarten learners to create their own Winter patterns on the back of this worksheet too.
Fun Winter Printables
Hands-On Winter Activities for Preschool and Kindergarten
Ready to add some tactile elements to engage your preschool and kindergarten learners this Winter?
Snow Dough Sensory Play
Get ready to engage the senses with a fun sensory play activity for your preschoolers this Winter. This Snow Dough recipe is perfect for your Winter fun unity study. It’s simple to make, inexpensive, and goes really well with Ezra Jack Keats’ The Snowy Day book.
Adorable Penguin Paper Craft
Encourage creativity in a special Winter themed lesson all about penguins. Then, create this super cute penguin craft with construction paper and glue. It’s a fun activity for your preschool learners this Winter and a great precursor to creative writing for kindergartners.
Encourage your kindergarten learners to make up a story about their penguin. Or, get your little learners up and moving by encouraging them to waddle around the room like penguins.
You could even read Mr. Popper’s Penguins by Florence & Richard Atwater together for more penguin fun this Winter.
Winter Nature Sensory Bin
Add some more Winter learning fun to these printable activities for preschoolers and kindergartners by exploring Winter nature together with this simple yet inspiring sensory bin. It’s a fantastic tactile experience for your kids to explore this Winter with natural elements from your own backyard.
Mitten Matching Game
Did you know matching games build many of the same skills as I-Spy? Play a fun concrete version of matching with Winter mittens this year. Your preschool and kindergarten kiddos will have lots of fun finding matching mittens in this Winter game and they’ll learn a lot too!
Polar Bear Art
Ready to explore polar bears with your preschoolers this Winter? This process art experience is a great way to learn about these amazing Arctic carnivores with your kids while exploring painting and getting creative together with this polar bear painting project.
Free Printable Winter Worksheets for Preschool
How will you explore Winter with your preschool and kindergarten learners this year? Share your ideas in the comments. I love reading about how you’re learning at home this year.
Don’t forget to get these no-prep Winter activities printables to practice all kinds of early learning skills with your preschoolers and kindergartners this Winter too.
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Winter Activities for Preschoolers
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