We may not get much snow here in Texas, but we sure do love learning about it! Check out some of our favorite snow themed activities! Click on any of the links in this post to learn more about the resources or find additional blog posts!
One of our favorite ways to introduce a new unit is by snuggling up with some books and videos about that topic. These QR codes are a super fun way to learn more about snowflakes and their life cycle!
Snow-Themed Math & Literacy Centers
We LOVE using our Preschool Math and Literacy units each month! In the Winter-themed set, you’ll find tons of snowy activities to make practicing fun with your littles!
Snowflake Life Cycle Sensory Bin
Adding sensory bin activities to all of our studies gives them a much-needed fine motors twist! This snowflake life cycle sensory bin is a great way to practice discussing the different parts of the cycle!
Snowflake Stickers Color Sort
Puffy stickers are a great way to practice tons of skills! We love using them for sorting colors, like in this snowflake activity! I always buy our seasonal stickers when they’re on sale at Hobby Lobby. They’re the best!
I was so excited to find so many adorable snow-themed books this year! We’re learning lots of fun facts about them, and even reading some funny little stories!
Snowflake Construction Paper Crafts
This is such a fun little craft for your littles! I cut some construct paper into strips. Then LG layered them and glued them in place to look like a snowflake! She then had a blast decorating!
Snowflake Reading Response Sheets
I’m super excited about this newest resource! I love the idea of being able to practice any reading comprehension skill with ANY book I want to use. So these themed Reading Response sheets make me so happy! This snowflake-themed set includes tons of skills, including this sensory details response sheet!
Snowflake BINGO Dabber Craft
This is another super simple snowflake craft that we love doing every year! Use the same construction paper from the preview craft. Cut, layer and glue the strips to your paper in the image of a snowflake. Then, use BINGO dabbers to dab over the page. When you remove the strips of paper, you’ll have a beautiful snowflake!
I hope this post gave you some fun ideas for studying snow this Winter!
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