There’s nothing more magical than kids in winter! They love to play in the snow, make snowmen, and enjoy all the fun winter activities.
But it can be hard for kids to stay engaged during long school days when they are stuck inside.
That’s why these printable snowman worksheets are a great way for kids to have extra practice with their handwriting skills while still having lots of fun.
These worksheets will also help kids learn about letter recognition and practice cutting with scissors. Download them and use them at home, school, or daycare!
Also, check out all of our snowman activities for more winter ideas.
Free Snowman Printables
Within this snowman worksheet set, we’ve included the following pages:
- Letter S maze
- Label a snowman page
- S is for snowman handwriting page
We love to use these printables with preschool, pre k, and kindergarten children! Letter mazes are a fun way to help the kids learn to distinguish uppercase and lowercase letters. With this worksheet, kids can color in or use dot markers to make their way from the start box to the end box.
Besides coloring in, kids can also use a marker like bingo chips, cereal, or candies to cover all the letter S’s as well.
Kids will love completing the cute snowman worksheet! First, let them color in their snowman any way they want. After they’ve colored in, they’ll practice their scissor skills by cutting out the rectangles at the bottom of the page.
Let them use liquid glue or a glue stick to paste the labels in the correct spot. This is such a fun and easy learning activity!
Our simple S is for snowman sheet is great for kids working on learning how to write or improving handwriting skills. Kids can use it with a pencil or paper or you can laminate the sheet and have the practice more than once by using a dry-erase marker.
Winter Ideas For Kids
Keep the learning and fun going by creating a winter-themed unit study around these snowman worksheets.
Read on below for our favorite ideas.
Winter Books For Kids
Begin any unit study by reading aloud to your kids. Reading books with your kids is a great way to help them develop a love of reading. It also helps them learn important skills, like how to communicate more effectively. Reading also helps kids focus more easily, which will help them in school!
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!
Winter Crafts For Kids
Crafting is another great activity for kids because it helps with fine motor skills. It also exercises creativity and provides stress relief. And it can help kids learn to use scissors properly, follow directions, and develop patience and focus!
Handprint Walrus Craft – Nothing says “winter” quite like arctic animals! This cute walrus craft is the perfect way to explore Arctic animals while having fun and unleashing their creativity. All you need are a few simple materials and in no time your little one will have created an adorable walrus for display. Let the fun begin by getting crafty this winter and making these cuddly creatures come alive!
Paper Plate Penguin Craft – When the weather gets cold, it can be tough to keep the kids entertained indoors. But don’t worry! We’ve got a solution that’s sure to make everyone smile – this adorable penguin craft! It’s an easy craft that will have your little ones smiling as they make their very own playful pal. Not only is it fast and fun, but it uses items you likely have on hand!
Snowglobe Olaf Craft – This snowglobe Olaf craft is a great way to make your kids’ winter more exciting! With a few simple supplies, you can bring the cute Frozen character to life. This adorable craft is sure to bring smiles everywhere it goes – on the fridge, fireplace mantel, or anywhere!
Photo Eskimo Craft – We’ve got the perfect winter craft for kids: a cute Eskimo! This easy craft can be personalized with your little one’s own photo, which is sure to make them love it even more. Plus, seeing themselves transformed into an Eskimo character will give them lots of imaginative fun and the resulting memento will be the perfect keepsake for years to come!
Winter Activities For Kids
Snowy days are the perfect time to do some winter do a dot printables! These printables are a fun and simple activity that will keep your kids learning and having fun. It’s also great for preschool and kindergarten-aged children who need help developing their skills in patterning, counting, numbers, visual discrimination, and more!
The snow is coming down and it’s time to get cozy. Put on your favorite winter movie or show, grab a hot cocoa, and pick out some coloring pages from our free printable snowman coloring pages! These will keep your little ones entertained as the snow piles up outside.
Teaching kids proper scissor skills is an important part of their development. It prepares them for fine motor tasks and helps them use their fingers and hands in coordination with their eyes. The challenge can be getting creative and making the learning fun, but with these printable penguin cutting activity printables, kids have a blast learning! They are the perfect tool for practicing coordination and dexterity, while also having fun.
Polar bears are truly remarkable and beloved animals! With their cute fuzzy faces, wide bodies, and huge paws, what’s not to love about these huggable creatures? Kids of all ages will delight in learning more about these amazing animals. To help kids discover the wonders of polar bears, grab our polar bear dot to dot printables. These fun activities bring kids’ sense of wonder alive as they learn about this majestic creature.
- Kids will look super cute in this sweet snowman shirt!
- These adorable penguin soaps are great for encouraging kids to wash their hands.
- This penguin playdough kit is great for sensory play!
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