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It’s Time to Learn About Snow with Your Preschooler
Your preschooler will love learning about the magic of snow with our February preschool activity packet. Learn outdoors and inside with hands-on activities, crafts, and engaging children’s literature all about snow.
In this pack, you’ll find more than twenty activities that will encourage your child to learn and explore while gently introducing early reading, math, and science concepts and practicing fine motor skills through play.
Winter Books & Activities for Preschoolers
Gail Gibbons uses a gentle and engaging approach to teaching young children real facts about the natural world. Take a close-up look at snowflakes and learn all about snowstorms with this fun introduction to snow.
Create your own unique snowflake at home with easy-to-follow directions from Blissfully Domestic.
Winter would not be complete without reading Jan Brett’s modern classic children’s story, The Mitten. Find out what happens when the animals of the forest find Nicki’s lost glove.
Retell the story with all the animals of The Mitten with a free printable activity from JanBrett.com.
Keat’s award winning picture book is the sweet story of a young boy’s excitement on the day of the first snow in the city. The beautiful illustrations and bright colors bring the joy of the first snow to life.
Make your own tracks outside in the snow or create tracks indoors with some sensory based prewriting play from Growing Book by Book.
Little ones will love this wordless picture book about a boy who builds a snowman who comes to life at night. Enjoy the whimsical illustrations as your child gives the story words.