As the winter months draw near, it’s the perfect time to add some fun and festive activities into your preschool lessons! That’s why I’ve created these Winter Worksheets for Preschool that will keep your little learners engaged, entertained, and excited about learning.
For more ideas about winter, check out my list of Winter Printables for Kids!
Keeping your preschoolers entertained when stuck indoors can be a bit of a challenge. So make sure to download the worksheets below for an amazing learning experience during the cold winter months!
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Free Printable Winter Worksheets for Preschool
At no cost to you, my Printable Winter Worksheets for Preschool can be easily accessed and printed from the comfort of your own home. There is no need to stress about what activities to do with your preschooler when stuck inside on a snow day.
These worksheets are sure to bring a smile to your child’s face and provide them with valuable developmental benefits. It includes six pages of activities that are designed to help your little ones develop fine motor skills, build vocabulary, and encourage creativity. Each page is filled with fun and engaging activities perfect for little hands and active minds.
Recommended Winter Books
If you are looking for a good book to read with your child about the winter season, we have some great recommendations for you.
Winter Worksheets for Preschool Supplies
- Printer (I have this one)
I have the HP printer 8710 but it’s not available anymore. It’s still running well for years now. Look for another HP Instant Ink-ready printer so that you can use their program to send you ink cartridges whenever your printer gets low on ink.
Recommended Winter Printable Activities
Looking for a fun and educational way to keep your preschooler or kindergartener entertained and learning during the winter months? Look no further than this Little Learners Print & Go Activity Kit: Winter! It includes 144 pages of math, fine motor, and literacy activities, all designed to help your little one learn and grow.
Math doesn’t have to be a bore. Try these Winter addition cards and bring the spirit of winter indoors while you stay warm and snuggly.
Addition doesn’t have to be done with boring worksheets, use clothespins or laminate them and have the child use a dry erase marker to choose the correct answer.
What’s included in the Winter Worksheets for Preschool?
Find My Shadow
This page helps kids develop visual-spatial skills and problem-solving abilities. Little ones draw a line from the object to the correct shadow.
Your preschooler can use this page to practice vocabulary skills. They can identify the pictures below and name each one using the word bank.
Winter Scissor Skills
Your child will practice scissor skills by cutting lines to winter clothes. This will help them build fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
This page inspires creativity and imagination. Your little ones can draw and color the other halves of the pictures below.
Cut and Sort
If you want your preschooler to practice sorting and categorizing, this page is for you. By cutting and pasting the pictures to the right place, they will develop cutting skills too. Will it be winter animals or winter clothing? Let your child decide.
This page promotes critical thinking and self-reflection. It asks children to draw two winter activities. It also asks them to draw two winter clothing items. Lastly, it asks them to draw things they will bring on a winter holiday.
These Winter Worksheets for Preschool are a great way to add some fun and festive learning activities to your homeschool curriculum. Each page is designed to encourage creativity, build fine motor skills, and promote vocabulary development in your little ones.
So, why not download them today and add some wintry fun to your preschool lessons?
Download the Winter Worksheets for Preschool below
More Winter Printables
Winter Penguin Coloring Pages by Homeschool Preschool
Printable Winter Would You Rather Questions for Kids by Darcy and Brian