Boots? Check. Hats, mitts, scarves? Check. Snowsuits? Check. Getting ready for winter weather means getting together a lot of gear. Every season means a change in what we wear, what kinds of activities we do, and how we learn. I love using seasonal printables to keep our learning fresh, and these are some of the winter printables for kids you have to try!
Your little ones will love practicing their skills with snowflakes, penguins, ice skates and snowmen. These winter-themed printables will help your child explore winter — while you stay inside where it’s warm! It’s a win-win!
Supplies for Winter Printables
Don’t forget to first stock up on these supplies before you download:
- Printer (I love my printer, I use this one!)
- Glue stick
HP OfficeJet Pro 8710 All-in-One Wireless Printer, HP Instant Ink & Amazon Dash Replenishment ready (M9L66A)Scotch Thermal Laminator, 2 Roller System for a Professional Finish, Laminate up to 9Scotch Thermal Laminating Pouches, 8.9 x 11.4 -Inches, 3 mil thick, 100-Pack (TP3854-100)
Winter math printables
Count with your children this winter with these fun Winter Counting Mats. You can trace numbers and number words, print multiple copies to decorate with thumbprints, dabbers, stickers or markers, or laminate to use over and over again.
Or try these Winter Fairies Counting Mats. Let the magic of winter inspire your child to better numeracy and count fairies with them. You can practice tons of math facts with the fairies using the counting 10-grids. Laminate for longer use!
Does your child like winter sports? They might love these Winter Games Color by Addition Worksheets. You can talk about the wide variety of winter sports, practice addition and color all at the same time. These make great last-minute activities for kids who get bored easily with practicing addition.
And these Snowman Place Value Puzzles are an adorable way to focus on learning about place value. The snowmen are so cute, and they invite you to count their ice cubes with them. Master tens and ones with silly snowmen!
Looking for money math help? These Winter Money Puzzles will help your child identify US money, and practice their problem solving and matching skills too. And the gorgeous winter-themed graphics will attract your kids’ interest while they’re learning.
More winter printables for kids you have to try
Lacing is a fun way to practice fine motor skills and children love to do it. We’ve got Winter Lacing Cards, Winter Games Lacing Cards for the sports minded, and these adorable Penguin Lacing Cards. Print and laminate, and you’ve got an instant activity for when it’s too cold to play outside.
These Winter Notebooking Pages provide a nice change to typical writing paper. Use them to jot down your child’s impressions of those winter stories you read, or their observations of nature in winter. Or maybe you’ll study winter myths, or Arctic animals, or winter weather. Whatever report or narration you’re writing with your kids, these winter notebooking pages will give you a great background.
Recommended Winter Books for Kids
Speaking of winter stories, here are some of our favorites!
More Winter Printables
Here are more winter printables for kids you have to try!
Our friends at 3 Dinosaurs created this Winter Pack! Over 230 pages of winter-themed reading, writing, math and science activities. Color, count, trace, write and solve problems with these amazing winter activity worksheets.
Or try this Winter Printable Pack by A Little Pinch of Perfect. With 30 pages of goodness, your preschooler or toddler will have a blast.
And these Snowman Do-a-Dot Printables by Gift of Curiosity are incredible. More than just simple letters, you can do-a-dot math, science and reading activities. Put together the snowman, map out the paths, and find the words with these fun printables.
Cuddle up with your child and grab all of these winter printables for kids you have to try.