Are you looking for winter activities to do with your preschoolers on those cold and snowy days?
Winter can be brutal for preschoolers, with the cold temperatures keeping kids “mostly” inside, mommas need ideas on how to keep those little minds and hands engaged.
I’ve scoured Pinterest for the BEST winter learning activities for preschoolers and as a BONUS I’ve created a book list and lesson plan to go along with these 9 winter activities!
Get hands-on with this DIY snow paint recipe, made with fluffy shaving cream. Create a snowman out of it, or create your own creations!
Enjoy this free mini book study about The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats. Practice literacy, problem solving, and critical thinking skills.
Create these simple polar bear cookies made with Oreos as a fun winter treat. There’s only four easy ingredients, and no baking is required, making is low-mess.
Use bottle caps for this easy snowman alphabet match. You can practice lowercase and uppercase letters with the free printables that are included.
Make chemical reactions and create these erupting snowballs!
With paper plates, enjoy this arctic craft! Practice fine motor skills in this simple craft. You’ll need the plate, and some construction paper and glitter for extra texture.
Get hands on with this winter sensory bin filled with a variety of white and blue objects. To extend the activity, you can sort objects by color, size, or use basic addition and subtraction.
Practice math with this free snowflake counting game! This printable pack is in black only, for low ink. Preschoolers can practice counting, number recognition, and one to one correspondence.
Download a FREE Book List and Activity Lesson Plan to help you Plan, Prep & Play your way through Winter!
FREE Preschool Lesson Plan & Book List
I know how overwhelming it can be to find learning activities that are both fun, yet also engage little learner’s minds and keep hands busy. That is why I have created this FREE printable book list and lesson plan as a way to help busy moms PLAN, PREP, AND PLAY their way through Preschool!