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Winter Writing Prompts Worksheets for Kindergarten

Grab our simple super cute, free printable Winter Writing Prompts to encourage kids to create their own winter books! You can make individual books or a whole class book. The pack of snowman writing prompts includes 10 pages of snow writing prompts lines to fill in and snowman, snowflake, mittens, kids in the snow, and other fun winter clipart. These January writing prompts are perfect for pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and 2nd grade students. Print pdf file with winter worksheets to make learning fun this December, January, and February.

Grab our simple super cute, free printable Winter Writing Prompts to encourage kids to create their own winter books! You can make individual books or a whole class book. The pack of snowman writing prompts includes 10 pages of snow writing prompts lines to fill in and snowman, snowflake, mittens, kids in the snow, and other fun winter clipart. These January writing prompts are perfect for pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and 2nd grade students. Print pdf file with winter worksheets to make learning fun this December, January, and February.

Winter Writing Prompts

Winter has arrived bringing with it cold days and snow for many places. Unlike many adults, children seem to thrive in this season. They don’t seem to mind the cold and there is always hot chocolate, right? Why not take the opportunity to have them capture something of the season in some fun  winter writing activities? We’ve created a free winter writing book to encourage your students to write about winter. Most children have experiences about winter to share. Kids this age just LOVE telling stories from their own experiences. These Winter Writing Prompts for kindergartners, grade 1, and grade 2 students provides the opportunity for them to do that. 

Kindergarten winter worksheets

Start by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and click on the text link that says >> _____ <<. The pdf file will open in a new window for you to save the freebie and print the template.

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Snowman Writing Prompts

The book is designed specifically for children who are just starting to learn how to write. There are lots of writing prompts and helps.

It includes the following pages .

  • Title page with plenty of space to create a picture
  • An alternative title page with pictures. Print it on some colored paper to add some wow factor!
  • An invitation to draw a wintery picture and write about it.
  • A page to record their favorite winter activities
  • The opportunity to describe what they wear in winter
  • Two pages with snowmen activities. First they name their snowman and write a list of things they need to make it. Then they draw a picture of their snowman. These pages can be used even if you do not have snow on the ground.
  • Finally there is a space for a short book review, because we love books and reading is such a great winter activity.

This is a very flexible resource. You can use the pages in writing centers or keep them for early finishers. If you don’t want to make books, just use one or two pages for writing exercises. All the pages black and white for those who do not have access to a color copier. they are really easy to prepare. Just print.

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Snow Writing Prompts

  • The winter book file (see below)
  • Colored copy paper (front page)
  • White copy Paper (inside pages)
  • Pencils and crayons
  • File folders
  • Printer
  • Stapler

I would recommend that you do some brainstorming with the whole group. You can start by sharing some fabulous winter books. Check out our list of great winter reads.

Then invite the students to talk about winter. Ask questions like

  • What do you know about winter?
  • What is your favorite thing to do in the winter?

Continue the discussion by brainstorming a list of winter words. You might ask

  • What words can you use to describe winter?
  • What do you wear when you go outside in winter?

Write the words on a large chart or whiteboard. It might be helpful to sort them into categories. Leave the words up for the children to use when they are writing. These are such a cute and helpful free printable for both preschool / prek and kindergarten age kids!

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January Writing Prompts

  1. Create a file folder for each child.
  2. Encourage students to complete the pages.
  3. Place the finished pages in their file folder.
  4. When you have finished making the books. Invite the children to sort the pages into their preferred order. Add a cover and staple the book together.
  5. If possible find ways to have the children to share their finished book. they could partner up and share that way or share in small groups.

Turn this into a creative writing project, by using the free winter story prompts in this post. these pages can be added into the book.

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Winter Science

Looking for more fun winter science projects for kids? We’ve got lots of fun ideas for you to try!

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Winter Crafts

Looking for more fun winter crafts and winter activities for kids of all ages? Don’t miss these winter activity ideas!

Looking for cute and fun-to-make Christmas or winter craft ideas? You will love this colorful snowflake craft for kids that uses chromatography to create stunning diy snowflake decorations for December and January! These arts and crafts snowflakes are perfect for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and up to make. You’ve got to try these winter craft ideas! Whether it's cold and snow outside or not, this snow slime is the perfect winter activity for kids! The fun textures, shimmer, and beauty make this one of our favorite January activities for preschoolers. Use this snow activities in your winter theme with toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd graders.  This outrageously FUN snowman activity is a combination craft, activity, and winter stem activities too! This snowman launcher is simple to make and loads of fun as a snowman activity for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade and up! Follow our step-by-step how to make a snowball launcher for an adorable snowman craft and winter activities for preschoolers in January! suncatcher snowman craft for kids

Winter Activities

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Snowamn Printables

Looking for snowman worksheets and educational snowman activity ideas? You will love these alphabet and literacy resources!

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Winter Printables

free-snowman-counting-book-emergent-reader  free-snowman-teling-time-activity-kindergarten kindergarten-math-craft  These super cute place value worksheets have a fun snowman theme to keep kids engaaged with snowman math this winter. These Tens and Ones Worksheets are such a fun winter math activity for pre-k, kindergarten, and first grade students. While learning about place value for kids can be tricky, this simple introduction to place value is perfect for a kindergarten math worksheets. Simply print the place value worksheets pdf file and you are ready to play and learn this January for yoru next snowman theme. 

Winter Math

If you are looking for a fun, simple way for kids to learn to skip count, you will love these super cute Skip Counting Worksheets. These free skip counting worksheets have a fun polar animals theme to engage students from pre-k, kindergarten, to elementary age students in first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade.  Using these no-prep skip counting printables children will be able to learn, practice and review skip counting by 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, and 10s while having fun!  Our FREE printable snowman count and cover mats help students practice counting and number recognition. Easy prep and hands on learning at it’s best. Perfect for your Kindergarten winter theme math centers. Click through to snag your copy today. free-penguin-shape-sorting-activity Winter Bingo Marker Printables for learning color words

Snowman Math

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Free Writing Prompts

Looking for more writing activities? Try these

FREE Winter Printables - Preschool & Kindergarten age students will have fun recalling winter fun as they make their own printable book. These winter worksheets contain drawing & writing prompts. #winterprintables #winterworksheets #kindergartners #preschoolers #freeprintables #education

Winter Worksheets

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