There are no words to describe the joy kids experience when they first see snow!
The excitement may be fueled by a daydream of snow days, snowball fights, and hot cocoa by the fire.
But kids don’t need snow to enjoy winter activities!
These free printable snowman coloring pages can be used as an activity for kids anytime during winter or any time you want to teach kids about the season.
They’re easy enough for preschoolers and kindergarten kids to use, plus they’ll help them with fine motor skills and pencil grasp.
Download, print, and you’re ready to go! Also, be sure to check out all of our coloring pages for kids for even more ideas!
Snowman Picture To Color
Inside this coloring page set, we’ve included the following pages:
- Snowman with reindeer antlers
- Snowman skiing
- Snowman juggling snowballs
- Classic snowman
These are a great no-prep, quiet time activity that’ll keep the kids busy for a while. Don’t forget to enter your email in the form at the end of this page to have the link sent to you.
Coloring is a classic children’s activity and for good reason too! There’s a lot more to coloring than you may think.
First, coloring helps with creativity. Kids can imagine how they want the finished picture to look. They can choose to mix different colors together and make the perfect shade. They can also add their own little details to the coloring pages.
Secondly, kids use fine motor control as they hold the crayon or pencil as well as their arm or hand.
Lastly, kids can improve their vocabulary skills as they talk about different colors and describe the picture they colored.
Winter Unit For Kids
If you want to create an entire winter-themed unit for the kids, you’re in luck! We have lots of great ideas to get you started!
First up are books! Reading aloud to kids is a great way to help them increase their vocabulary, help them focus, and use their imagination.
Below are some of our top picks for winter books.
The Biggest Snowman Ever – When the mayor of Mouseville announces the town snowman contest, Clayton and Desmond claim that they will each make the biggest snowman ever.
The Snowy Day – This story shows a child’s wonder at a new world and the hope of capturing and keeping that wonder forever.
Sneezy The Snowman– Sneezy is COLD! And he’s trying to warm up without success. But, the kids know exactly how to help him!
We absolutely love adding lots of crafts to any unit. They’re not only fun and relaxing, but they help kids with fine motor skills and creativity as well. Check out some of our top winter craft ideas:
These winter do a dot printables are a no prep, no mess activities that kids will love! They’re great for number recognition and visual discrimination skills. Just grab your dot markers, print, and go.
Have a kid who loves great sensory play? If so, they’ll love this Frozen play dough kit. With three different play dough colors and lots of winter trinkets, kids will spend so much time using it!
Get rid of boredom with these winter activity coins. There are lots of ideas for kids to do whenever they run out of things to do!