What you’ll get
When you purchase, you’ll get six digital files with over 300 pages of activities for teaching a winter theme to preschoolers and kindergartners.
In the bundle, you’ll find printable books and activities for the following topics and mini-themes:
- Winter animals: hibernation, migration, and adaptation
- Arctic animals
The files will be sent directly to your e-mail, where you can download and save to your computer to print and use anytime you’d like!
(Can’t view the sample pages? Get help here.)
These nonfiction readers are perfect for preschoolers and kindergartners! Teach concepts of print and sight words with this collection of 12 books. They’re easy to print and assemble!
Picture Cards & Pocket Chart Sentences
This pack includes a huge variety of 3-part cards and picture strips. Use these to teach vocabulary and early science concepts. Combine them with pocket chart strips to teach concepts of print and sight words.
Get 3-part cards and picture strips for the following:
- Animals that hibernate
- Animals that migrate
- Animals that adapt
- Arctic animals
- Types of penguins
- Winter objects
Combine with pocket chart strips to make sentences such as:
- “A bear hibernates in the winter. A raccoon hibernates in the winter.”
- “A walrus lives in the Arctic. A polar bear lives in the Arctic.”
- “I see boots in the winter. I see gloves in the winter.”
“Color Me” Readers
I’ve created twelve new “Color Me Readers” to go with our Winter Theme Pack. Children will read about winter sports, mittens, polar bars, Arctic animals, and more. The final three books feature the same images with differing levels of text difficulty.
You’ll love the variety of hands-on activities for learning centers! Just a few of the activities are pictured above.
- Sorting mats for animals that hibernate, migrate, and adapt in the winter
- Beginning sound blackout
- Penguin ending sounds
- Mitten counting cards
- Upper and lowercase match
- Word family game
- Rhyming mitten match
- Syllable clip cards
- Fluency practice strips
- Roll and color games (5 levels of difficulty)
and many more winter-themed math and literacy activities!
You’ll also get 15 black-and-white no-prep activity pages.
And to top it all off, I’ve included resources pages with even more learning ideas. You’ll get
- Recommended book lists
- Links to suggested songs and rhymes
- Crafts and process art ideas
- Sensory play activities
- Ideas for science experiments
- Snack suggestions
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