Winter officially began on December 21. Of course, “winter” doesn’t seem to mean much around here where we are experiencing temperatures in the mid-60s. Nonetheless, in celebration of winter I’m releasing my updated Winter Printable Pack with more than 40 new activities for your enjoyment. This updated Winter Printable Pack is one of the largest packs I’ve created to date. It is part of my collection of Winter Printables for kids, and I’m so excited for you to see what is inside!
My Winter Printable Pack contains 77 activities focused on skills such as shapes, colors, sizes, same vs. different, patterning, puzzles, fine motor, pre-writing, mazes, math, and literacy. The activities in this pack are geared toward kids as young as 2 and and old as 7. In fact, many of the activities have multiple versions so you can tailor the difficulty of the activity to your child’s skill level.
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My kids have already been using the materials in this pack to practice a variety of skills.
I have the kids put many of the worksheets into their Crayola Dry Erase Activity Centers so that I can re-use the worksheets. This is useful when both kids want to do the same worksheet or one kid wants to do the same worksheet multiple times.
Lately both kids have really been into the mazes. These mazes are great for getting kids to practice their fine motor skills, since kids have to stay in between the lines to complete the maze.
QBoy can count to 20 and beyond. But he is still working to recognize all the numbers. This number trail worksheet was a great way to practice number recognition.
XGirl completed this initial sound sorting activity by placing the pictures into separate piles depending on whether they started with a /p/ sound like penguin or the /s/ sound like snowman.
QBoy completed this snowflake clip card activity. He had to count the number of snowflakes on each card and then clip the corresponding number. This was a great way to practice number recognition for those numbers that are still tricky for him.
XGirl and I worked together on this activity that requires kids to spot the differences between the pictures on the left and the picture on the right. She struggled to find all five differences, but I was so proud of her for persevering until she did it!
Of course, my kids will only complete a fraction of the activities included in this pack. Here is a sneak peak at the other activities that are included in my Winter Printable Pack that includes activities for toddlers, preschoolers and early elementary students:
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