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These snowman activities for preschool are perfect for your winter preschool plans. There are lots of ideas to get you through the season.
Whether you get snow in your area or your kids are just dreaming of some, add some snowman fun to your daily activities. Discover snowman-themed crafts, printables, book lists, and more!
Snowman Activities for Preschool
This growing list of activities is a great place to start your search for snowman themed fun.
snowman worksheets for preschool
Snowman pattern printables are a great way for preschool and kindergarten kids to work on AB, ABC, AAB, and ABB patterns this winter.
This winter, preschoolers can practice sequencing with this set of “how to build a snowman” sequence card printables. They’re perfect for your winter lessons.
Young readers will have a blast with this Snowmen at Night sequencing activity. With four versions of the sequencing cards, it’s easy to differentiate for all learning levels.
These snowman printables will help you engage your preschoolers in early math and literacy lessons this winter. Don’t miss this amazing collection!
Winter is here, and it’s the perfect time to add some fun snowman printables and activities to your preschool winter activities! In fact, why not make a whole snowman-themed unit study for your preschoolers.
Preschoolers will work on letter recognition, handwriting, phonics, and more in these engaging, printable winter literacy activities!
Download these Winter Fun count and graph worksheets to add to your seasonal math centers. They are perfect for preschool and kindergarten!
preschool snowman crafts
This winter, give these snowman preschool crafts a try. Your kids will love making melted snowmen, paper crafts, and more!
This snowman paper plate craft is easy to make and absolutely adorable! Add this winter craft to your snowman activities for preschool.
You won’t believe how easy it is to turn an ordinary pinecone into an adorable preschool snowman craft! Read on to discover a fun new winter craft for kids.
hands-on snowman fun
Snow in the forecast? There’s no better time to study snowmen, and you can with these engaging snowman preschool activities!
These cute Snowmen at Night activities will be perfect for a winter afternoon activity. You’ll find cute art projects for all different ages.
After reading Snowmen at Night, your students will love creating their very own Snowmen at Night art project and using this fun writing prompt printable to tell a story!
BOOKS ABOUT SNOWMEN
Fill your book basket with a great collection of preschool snowman books. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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The Biggest Snowman Ever – When the mayor of Mouseville announces the town snowman contest, Clayton and Desmond claim that they will each make the biggest snowman ever. But building a huge snowman alone is hard! They work and work, but their snowmen just aren’t big enough…
Just a Snowman – Snow is piled high and school is cancelled. But before Little Critter can build his snowman, he must help his sister wear her snow boots, his dad shovel the sidewalk, and Gator build a fort. Will Little Critter ever get to build a snowman?
Snowman Magic – When George stays home from school for a snow day, he finds himself staring out the window, bored. But when he sees the beautiful white slopes in his yard, he gets himself dressed to face the cold weather. George starts rolling the snow into balls and assembling them into a snowman. After his snowman is made, something unexpected happens! How long will George’s enchanted fun with his new friend last?
Round Out Your Unit with These Activities:
These adorable Snowman Kits are perfect for all ages! Whether you’re building a snowman in the sand or in the snow – you can use these ALL YEAR LONG if you want! Hours of fun are ahead! 🙂 Not to mention you will be the talk of the town – or beach ;)!!
These snowman hand puppets are great for dramatic play. Children can put them on their hands and act out little songs and poems. They can help with story retelling and counting.
That’s it for now! Be sure to check back regularly as this post will be updated often to reflect my newest nursery rhyme activities.
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