Free winter printables can be a big help as you plan your kindergarten and preschool lesson plans! These 15 printables will be a great addition to your preschool winter activities.
Related: Free Preschool Printables
I’m not a big fan of preschool worksheets, as they tend to be a bit one-dimensional.
However I DO enjoy integrating printables into my plans for the kids. Printables can usually be used in multiple ways, and you can usually combine them with hands-on tools.
Winter Printable Materials
Here are a few items you might want on-hand as you’re prepping the free winter printables:
Here are a few other items to use alongside the printables:
What are some of your favorite winter-themed manipulatives?
Free Winter Printables
Here are fifteen printables to try with the kids this winter!
Click on each link to read more about each of the printables (and get your own copy of each idea).
Of course I have to start off with our most favorite free winter printables! These are the winter ideas that I’ve used with kids for years. So I know how well-loved they are!
Start off by making a name snowman with each of the children in your class. This can be done using various craft materials, the included printable, or a combination of both.
Next up, use these winter calendar numbers for oh so many math activities! They’re perfect for the calendar, counting, number identification, and one-to-one correspondence.
The Mitten printable emergent reader is such a fun way to explore early literacy skills. And what a good way to extend a unit on Jan Brett’s book!
Break out the dice for a printable snowman game that lets the kids practice early math skills in a super fun way. I’ve found that the children seriously love any games that involve dice. What about you?
Pair these winter words for preschool with alphabet manipulatives. Then let the children work together to make winter-themed words together.
Gingerbread man printable ten frames are just what the kids need to practice counting to ten, subitizing, and more!
More Winter Preschool Printables
Now let’s look at some other fun, free preschool printables for winter time! Remember, you’ll need to click on each link to get access to the printables.
Grab the scissors and break out This Reading Mama’s winter cutting practice printables.
Help the children make their own January learning calendars using the printable from Buggy and Buddy.
Simple Fun for Kids shares a fun and simple snowflake skip counting puzzle the kids can use.
Use 3 Dinosaur’s printable winter bucket lists to map out some fun activities to do over the winter months.
Set up a gingerbread man hunt using KC Edventures free printables. I know my preschoolers have always enjoyed looking for the little guy.
Wildflower Ramblings has monthly preschool chants the kids will enjoy. Be sure to grab the winter months while you’re there.
Use Fun Learning for Kids’ snowman alphabet matching printable to practice letter identification and matching.
The kids can work on their fine motor skills with Stay at Home Educator’s winter pre-writing practice.
No Time for Flash Cards’ snowflake symmetry printable lets the children work on matching and visual discrimination. It can also be used to practice scissor skills!
Where do you find your free winter printables for the kids?
Done-For-You Preschool Resources
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If you’re looking for more winter fun for children, I’d love for you to stop by my Winter Pinterest board.
If you’re looking for literacy activities, I have a great collection at my Literacy Pinterest board.