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Printable Preschool Winter Package with Sample Activities

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This is a mini Preschool Winter Package with Sample Activities I created for our early 3 year old daughter. It is a mini one because it only comprises of 12 worksheets.  To print the pack, simply click on the first image below. It will allow you to print the worksheets from my documents. 20140219_105108

Here are some of her work samples:

As you can see, she is learning to write by tracing over the letters

Here she is practicing her fine motor skills by cutting and gluing

And these are a few winter related activities we have done. To see more indoor sensory activities, go to this page. This first activity is painting on ice: Freeze a muffin tin with ice. Mix water and food coloring of choice. Present paint brushes. Our kids not only loved to paint on the ice but they loved eating the ice.

The second activity is all things white sensory bin. Round up a bunch of small white toys or other food items (rice, marshmallows, etc.) and let them play.

The third activity is playing with real snow: Grab a bin full of real snow and add some food coloring. Throw in some shovels and other play items. Or go out side and have some fun in the snow!

The fourth one, play dough of course! Go to this page to find the recipe

Books: These are the winter related books we have been reading. They may be a grade level or two above her age but she enjoys listening to the stories. Especially the Callie Cat Ice Skater story.

For your convenience, I have included clickable links to these books online.  

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4 thoughts on “Printable Preschool Winter Package with Sample Activities

  1. Wowee, thanks for sharing. These look like so much fun.I want to do the pplay dough and ice painting with my little guy.

    Thanks for sharing with my Small Victories Sunday linky. Hope you found other great blogs to visit and that you link up again next week!

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