I am thrilled to share these brand new free, printable Winter Themed Worksheets perfect for breaking up the long, cold days inside. There are 12 Winter Themed Worksheets with a variety of activities, including “What comes next?” pattern activities, a Winter Coloring Page, a Hot Cocoa Fingerprint Counting Page, and an awesome Ice Rink Shape Match. Leave a comment below to let me know what you think!
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What activities are included in the free, printable Winter Themed Worksheets?
There are 11 activity pages included in the Winter Themed Worksheets. The pages include the following activities:
- Winter Coloring Page: A coloring sheet with images of snowflakes, hat, mittens, scarf, sled and more!
- Color the Winter Shapes: Color winter images according to a key.
- What comes next? Pattern Activity: Complete the pattern by circling the image that comes next.
- What comes next? Pattern Cut and Paste: Cut and paste the image the object that comes next in the pattern.
- Count and Match the Winter Items: Count the images of winter items and draw a line to the correct number.
- Hot Cocoa Fingerprint Counting: Use fingerprint in paint or ink to put the correct number of marshmallows on the hot cocoa.
- Snowflake Fingerprint Counting: Use fingerprint in paint or ink to put the correct number of snowflakes beneath the clouds.
- Roll and Color Hat: Roll dice and then color in the number of circles rolled until the hat is filled.
- Straight Line Cutting: Cut along the straight line.
- Wavy Line Cutting: Cut along the wavy lines.
- Winter Cut and Paste: Cut and paste to put the winter items together.
- Ice Rink Shape Match: Trace, color, and cut out the ice skaters at the bottom of the page. Then, paste the shapes on their match on the rink.
What supplies are needed to complete the Winter Themed Worksheets?
To complete the Winter Themed Worksheets, you’ll need the following supplies.
- Coloring supplies: These are our favorite markers (affiliate link) and crayons (affiliate link) .
- Child-safe scissors
- Glue or glue stick
- Child-safe paint or ink
- Dice or Virtual Dice
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By downloading the Winter Themed Worksheets, you accept these terms and conditions.
- These worksheets were created by Hey Kelly Marie for personal and personal classroom use.
- The Winter Themed Worksheets are copyright protected. © 2021 Hey Kelly Marie and all rights reserved.
- These worksheets may not be sold, hosted, stored, or reproduced on any other site or blog.
- Adult supervision should be provided for children’s activities. It is up to the child’s caretakers to determine what is developmentally appropriate and safe for their child. Caretakers have full responsibility for child safety and development.
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