It’s that time of year again when we get to enjoy the winter season. It’s a very special and magical time of year and kids will be excited about it!
They can look forward to all the fun winter activities they get to do like making crafts, building snowmen, and playing in the snow.
These free printable snowy owl worksheets are perfect for kids who want to learn about what makes these winter months so great!
The kids will have a blast with these worksheets while learning. They can label the snowy owl, complete handwriting practice, and work on a letter maze sheet!
These winter-themed activities are perfect for preschoolers and kindergartners to help develop fine motor skills, scissors practice, and letter recognition.
Download, print, and use them this winter. Also, be sure to check out all of our snowy owl activities for more ideas!
Snowy Owl Learning Printables
Inside this mini set, we’ve included these 3 worksheets:
- Letter S Maze
- Label a Snowy Owl
- Letter S Handwriting Page
Letter S Maze
This S letter maze is one of our favorite learning activities for kids this winter. Use crayons or dot markers to color their way through a fun, interactive worksheet that helps them learn letters and fine motor skills while they play. Make sure you get all of the letter s’s though- it can be tricky!
Label A Snowy Owl Worksheet
This no-prep learning activity is perfect for the winter months when kids are cooped up inside. It’ll keep them busy and curious to learn more about these magical birds!
Letter S Handwriting Worksheet
Kids will love this fun winter activity. Practice writing uppercase and lowercase letter S’s with their favorite snowy owl friend in the style of a handwriting worksheet.
Winter Unit For Kids
Don’t let the learning end here! Why not create a whole day or week long winter unit for kids? Below we’re sharing our favorite ideas that will bring out kids’ creativity, help them learn, and most importantly, have fun!
Our first suggestion is always to pick up a book! Whether you buy a new book to add to your collection or grab one from the library, reading to your children is a great way to help them learn.
Here are some of the best winter animal books:
Polar Bear Island is a fun book for winter! Polar bear island is just that – only for polar bears! That is until Kirby the penguin comes to visit. She turns the place around and adds tons of interesting excitement, but will the polar bears let her stay? You have to check it out and see for yourself!
Tacky The Penguin– This is a great book for children to learn about acceptance and valuing others for exactly who they are.
Owl Babies– A sweet book that teaches kids that Mom always comes back! It’s especially great for children who may have separation anxiety.
Crafting is a great way for kids to learn new skills and develop patience and focus. It also includes a lot of fine motor skills which is helpful for their overall development. On top of that, it’s fun and it provides stress relief, too!
Try out some or all of our favorite winter crafts below.
Puffy Paint Snowglobe Craft – This puffy paint snow globe craft is a fun activity to do with kids this winter. Check out the step-by-step tutorial and you’ll be making your own in no time! It’s easy, creative, and doesn’t require any special supplies.
Polar Bear Handprint Craft – The kids will love this cute and easy handprint craft. It’s made from paper so there is no paint mess! This makes a great keepsake after the holiday season wraps up, but it can be enjoyed all year round as well. Make one with your child today!
Paper Bag Snowy Owl Craft – Paper bag crafts are great because they’re simple to make and fun to use. This snowy owl craft is no exception! Plus, kids will have plenty of time to get creative with this one since it’s so easy. Make it this winter season!
Photo Eskimo Craft – It’s never too early to get your child in the spirit of winter. Dress them up with this cute photo eksimo craft! Download, print, and cut out the pattern on our blog post. Kids will love to see themselves as a paper character.
Kids’ Winter Activities
Winter is the perfect time to get your kids excited about learning. These winter do a dot printables are a great way to help children practice their fine motor skills, letter recognition, and patterning all while having fun with coloring during this cold season.
These free printable walrus worksheets for kids provide an engaging and fun way to learn the letter W. The label a walrus page helps children practice their scissor skills as they label each part of the walrus picture, while the letter W maze encourages them to recognize uppercase and lowercase W’s. Finally, the W is for walrus handwriting page promotes fine motor skills as children trace and write the letter W.
These polar bear cutting activity pages are a great way for kids to practice their scissor skills. Each page is designed to help kids learn while having fun. There are two pages with dashed lines to cut, one with numbers to count the number of polar bears, and one where they can cut out half of the pictures to complete them. Kids will have lots of fun improving their motor skills with these thoughtfully crafted pages.