One of the best things about winter is watching children’s enjoyment of the season. You can easily add to your child’s enjoyment and learning by creating fun winter activities. And there are lots of amazing and creative ideas for winter activities online.
Activities involving snow, ice, snowmen, cold weather, and/or animals in winter are great for a winter theme. Arctic and Antarctic studies are great, too, although I’ll save those activities for another post.
(UPDATE: Here’s the link to my Montessori-Inspired Arctic and Antarctic Unit.)
Here are some Montessori-inspired winter activities related to snow, ice, snowmen, cold weather, and/or animals in winter. I’ll add to this post throughout the season.
Montessori-Inspired Winter Activities
I have Montessori-Inspired Snowman Color Activities at PreK + K Sharing.
UPDATE: I have Montessori-Inspired Snowman Letter Activities (phonetic sounds, upper- and lowercase letter matching, and movable alphabet spelling) at PreK + K Sharing.
I have a roundup post with with Montessori-inspired winter playdough activities.
The Work Plan has winter activities, including making animal tracks (photo at the top of this post).
Friesen Funny Farm has a winter sensory bin and snowman names.
Leptir has a winter activities post with links to more winter activities within the post.
Discovery Days and Montessori Moments has Snow Time winter activities.
My Montessori Preschool has winter activities, including icicle making.
Strong Start has a number of winter trays.
We Can Do All Things has snowflake colors.
1 Mommy’s Journey has a number of winter activity trays.
The Adventures of Bear has literature and art-related activities.
Kingdom of the Pink Princesses has winter toddler trays, including pouring and tweezing snowflake confetti.
Our Country Road has lots of winter activity trays.
Kids’ Winter Activities Pinterest Board
I have lots and lots of wonderful winter activities of all types and for many levels pinned to my Kids’ Winter Activities Pinterest board. They’re not all Montessori-inspired, but they would work wonderfully in a winter unit.
Have fun this winter!
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