Snow, snowballs and snowmen. Penguins and polar bears. Hot chocolate and fireplaces. It is Winter time! Use all these fun Winter-themed ideas in your literacy lessons and your students will have a (snow)ball while they learn their letters and sounds!
Kick of your Winter lessons with an invitational Snowy Day Winter Sensory Tray ! Sip some hot chocolate while going on a Hot Chocolate & Marshmallow Letters Hunt. Do your kinders like coloring? Try these Winter Color by Letter Activities or practice letter formation with these Winter Find & Trace Letters. Tune those ears and listen for sounds and syllables with a Winter Syllables Activity. Cater for the sensory seekers with a Snow-themed Alphabet Sensory Bin, oh so fun!
Snowball Alphabet Sorting is a fun activity to develop letter recognition. Or, have a Snowball Fight indoors! Work with fun snowmen with a Snowman Spin & Stamp Alphabet Game or print out these Initial Sound Snowman Printables for sound recognition.
Do your students love puzzles? Print out these Initial Sound Penguin Puzzles and let them find the pieces to work on initial sound recognition. Invite the polar bears to the learning fun with a Polar Bear Alphabet Match or Polar Bear Letter Tracing activity!
Have some fun indoors and burn of energy with Indoor Letters Ice Skating. Ice skating requires mittens, right? So grab the mittens and get tracing with Mittens Alphabet Trace or match Upper and Lower Case Mittens with felt mittens. Play a Mystery Mitten Letter Sound Game using a real mitten and your letters!
Winter Literacy Activities
So many ways to make learning letters and sounds fun during the Winter! Which Winter-themed literacy activity will your kinders/students love most? Try it out today!