I know officially it is not winter, but it already feels like it here. Hoping to have a few activities to pull of out my bag when the kids are bored and the days are long and cold, I rounded up some activities to keep us learning. Some of them are easy and don’t take quite as long and others a little more involved. We always keep back some chalk pastels too and our easy books for doing seasonal pastels.
Grab these fun minibooks on my Winter Unit Study and free lapbook page.
|Design a winter landscape with long shadows @ Crayola.Com|
|Grab some free easy winter worksheets @ All Kids Network|
|Have a snow date @ Martha Stewart|
|Grab a free frosty blend sorting game @ Heather’s Heart.|
|Grab a Free Winter Ecology Teacher’s Guide Nice.|
|Learn about Lakota Winter Count @ Lakota Winter Counts. Grab the teacher’s guide on the right side and be sure to scroll down and grab more images to learn about winter counts.|
|Make frozen watercolor ice cubes @ Learn Play Imagine|
|DIY Handwarmers @ Armommy|
|Make DIY Snow Globes @ Refresh Renew|
|Easy paper straw snowflakes @ Echoes of Laughter|
|Make Pinecone Fire Starters @ Design Sponge|
|Coffee Filter Snowflakes @ The Pink Couch|
|Science experiments in the bathtub @ In Lieu of Preschool|
|Ice Sculptures @ Not Just Cute|
|Snowman in a match box @ A Creative Dream|
Snowman Pizza @ 5 Dollar Dinners. And you have supper made!
|Do an Iceberg Experiment @ Learning With Boys|
|DIY Fingerless Gloves by Shop Ruby Jean @ The 36th Avenue|
|Winter Nature Scavenger Hunt Exploration & Printable @ Teach Beside Me|
|Make snow ice cream @ Raising Lifelong Learners|
|Make an ice sun catcher @ Rub Some Dirt On It|
|Edible Winter Snowman @ Raising Lifelong Learners|
When you are tired of winter, use this free educator’s guide about flowers & birds .
|DIY Winter Diorama @ Bloesem Kids|
|Do some Folk Art Lessons @ Harrington Harmonies|
|Free Penguins Lapbook|
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Hugs and enjoy,
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