Today I’m excited to welcome Kim of Life Over C’s! Kim has a beautiful blog with countless printables and activities for teaching kids at home or school. Be sure to follow her blog to get learning activities and other free resources! I’m so grateful to her for sharing some of her winter themed activities while we enjoy our new baby.
Either you love winter or you can’t stand it, but I’ve never met anyone who didn’t feel strongly about the cold weather and the snow covering everything around. Whether winter is your long-lost friend or you despise that white, fluffy snow, these winter printables and activities are a great way to keep learning exciting during the dark, gray winter months. When you can’t get outside, pull out one of these fun winter activities to keep the smiles going anyway!
Winter Printables for Learning
These winter printables are perfect for early elementary! You can use them as ‘free play’ or as lessons all on their own.
More Hands-on Winter Activities
If more hands-on winter activities are what you need, these activities are sure to do the trick. Full of gross motor and sensory fun, these winter projects are totally customizable and my kids have played with them for hours at a time. (Because when all else fails… play dough just may be the answer!)
What is your favorite way to keep the kids busy (and learning) during the winter months?
Kim is a work-at-home mom of four awesome daughters (ages 12, 11, 8, and a special needs 4-year-old). She is in her eighth year of homeschooling and, before recently returning to the States, lived overseas for nine years. Kim shares free printables, educational activities, and family life on Life Over C‘s. You can follow her on Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram.
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