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Winter is here, and it’s the perfect time to add preschool snowman activities and printables to your homeschool preschool lessons!
In fact, why not make a whole snowman-themed unit study for your preschoolers. With the activities I’ve shared below, you’ll have enough snowman activities to last you a whole week! And, you can extend your lessons by focusing on the letter “S” and other words that begin with the same sound.
Preschool Snowman Activities, Printables, and More
The resources I share below cover a variety of homeschool preschool subjects, concepts, and skills. Don’t feel as if you need to do them all. Pick and choose the ones that target skills you’re working on or will most interest your preschoolers.
Snowman Books for Preschoolers
I love to start all of my unit studies with a great book. Each day, I choose a new one based on the current theme. I like to fill our book baskets with books that tie in to our current theme, as well. Below is just a peek at some of our favorite books to get you started. Click on the images to learn more about each one.
In the snowman preschool printable I’m sharing below, you’ll find a more comprehensive list with 15 books on it. You can print that list out and take it to the library as you fill your book basket.
Preschool Snowman Math Activities
- counting cards,
- missing number clip cards,
- a roll and cover grid,
- an I Spy board with recording sheet,
- and more.
Snowflake Video for Kids
I love this video and the song they sing. Kids will love the repetition. Let them pretend to be that snowflake falling from the sky. Then, have them touch each of the body parts mentioned in the video.
Snowman Videos for Preschoolers
Hands-on Snowman Fun
Preschoolers won’t want to stop playing with this Faux Snow Counting Activity.
This Simple Snowman Sensory Bin is the perfect addition to your snowman studies.
With a few household items you’ve probably already got on hand, your little ones can spend the afternoon playing with this Build a Snowman Busy Bag for Preschoolers.
Gather some biodegradable packing peanuts and introduce your kids to this fun Melting Snowmen STEM Activity. They’ll beg to do it over and over again.
Turn a simple slime project into a festive Melting Snowman Slime with some snowman parts buttons.
Snowman Arts and Crafts
All you need to create this fun Puffy Snowmen Art is some homemade puffy paint. It’s a good thing the instructions for that are included in this post.
Turn an ordinary letter S into something fun with this S is for Snowman Winter Craft.
I love this Melted Snowman Craft with Free Printables. I bet your little ones will, too!
After reading Snowmen at Night, preschoolers can create this simple Snowmen at Night Process Art.
Preschool Snowman Literacy Activities
Your preschoolers will have so much fun working on their literacy skills with the printable activity pages below. They include:
- a letter “S” hunt,
- easy reader story,
- handwriting practice,
- a color and trace page,
- and more.
Snowman Snacks for Preschoolers
- Banana Snowman from Pre-K Pages
- Rice Krispie Snowman Treats from Crafty Morning
- Easy Snowman Smoothies from Eats Amazing
- Snowman Popcorn Cups from Creative Kid Snacks
- Snowman Donuts from I Heart Arts N Crafts
Snowman Activities for Preschoolers
Click on the images to learn more about each resource featured.
Preschool Letter “Ss” Activities
This is a great time to teach or reinforce the Letter S and its beginning sound. The activity pages in the printable below contain the following:
- words that begin with “s”,
- tracing page,
- a maze,
- a mini “letter S” book,
- a reading challenge,
- and more!
Download your printables.
Enhance Your Snowman Unit Study
If you are looking for more snowman-themed preschool activities, be sure to check out these fun activities.
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