Winter Printable Pack {free winter printables}

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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.

Winter Printable Pack with 77 activities for kids ages 2-7 || Gift of Curiosity

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.

Winter Printable Pack with 77 activities for kids ages 2-7 || Gift of Curiosity

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.

Winter Printable Pack with 77 activities for kids ages 2-7 || Gift of Curiosity

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.

Winter Printable Pack with 77 activities for kids ages 2-7 || Gift of Curiosity

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.

Winter Printable Pack with 77 activities for kids ages 2-7 || Gift of Curiosity

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!

Winter Printable Pack with 77 activities for kids ages 2-7 || Gift of Curiosity

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:

Winter Printable Pack with 77 activities for kids ages 2-7 || Gift of Curiosity

Would you like a copy of my Winter Printable Pack?

The Winter Printable Pack is only available to Gift of Curiosity email subscribers.

  • If you are not yet a subscriber, you can enter your email in the box below. Be sure to check your inbox and click the link to confirm your subscription. Once you do, you will receive a second email with a link and password to to my subscribers-only printable page where you will find the Winter Printable Pack and other printables available for download. I hope you enjoy!
  • If you are already a subscriber, the link and password to my subscribers-only printable page is included in of all of my newsletters, so be sure to check your inbox for my twice-weekly emails.

I invite you to check out my other Winter printables on my Winter Printables page. And you can find more Winter activity ideas on my Winter activities for kids page and my Winter Pinterest board.


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Comments

  1. Jen@TutorTriangle says

    LOVED your download! Planning to use it next month with my preschooler! Will also add at link to your site from to my December Favorites Blog post!

    • says

      So glad you like the winter printable pack, and I hope you can find some activities that your preschooler will enjoy as well. Thanks for sharing my link on your blog too!

  2. says

    I’m glad to have found your site from the Thoughtful Spot Blog Hop! I never knew about the dry erase boards from Crayola. I’ll have to check that out! Thanks for sharing your work!

  3. lilywulily says

    thanks to you for the previous sharing.
    maybe there was something wrong with my E-mail account,
    I did’nt receive your sharing this time.
    Would you pls sent it again for me….

    lilywulily

  4. says

    What an impressive pack. Thank you for sharing this! I love how it includes something for a variety of ages.

    Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!

  5. LaEunice says

    Thank you so much! These activities are awesome. I babysit my grandson in the afternoons and I am always looking for activities to do with him. These activities will keep us busy all winter! I am a new member and I am looking forward to more of your ideas.

  6. becky (mummy of 2.5 yrs old J, 1.5 yr old E) says

    just a quick hello from a new subscriber,(and liker and follower!!) Im new to the learning at home/home schooling but as a previous nursery nurse/preschool leader im sure it will be a breeze but its nice to find things like this to help get me started! Many thanks Becky, J and E xx

    • says

      Thanks for stopping by Becky! With your prior experience I’m sure you will do a fabulous job of teaching your kids at home. I’m glad you stopped by to get some ideas!

  7. says

    I downloaded this pack, and I have to say, it is fabulous!! My 3 year old is loving it, and there are so many different skills, I keep pulling from this pack again and again to fill our day. Thank you!!

  8. Lenie says

    Hi,
    I live in sunny South Africa and I want to thank you for your valuable idees and post. My kids enjoy doing them and it makes my work much easiar

  9. ирина says

    Thank you so much! These activities are awesome. I babysit my grandson in the afternoons and I am always looking for activities to do with him. These activities will keep us busy all winter! I am a new member and I am looking forward to more of your ideas.

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