Winter is the perfect time to learn with snowmen! Preschoolers will love these preschool snowman printables and teachers and parents will love how they are print and go! Use this printable pack along with other snowman activities to complete your lessons.
My preschoolers really love snowmen (although we like to call them snow people). There is nothing that delights my preschooler more than making snowmen. I think it’s because kids love to make faces! That even includes some addition and word recognition.
Bo is still learning things like colors and counting up to ten. We used these snowman printables as part of our winter science experiments.
Fun Preschool Snowman Printables for Kids that Teach Science and More!
Although Bo is nearly four, she isn’t quite ready for some of the preschool work I’ve found online
I made my preschool daughter this printable pack so she can combine her love of snow people with my need to educate her. She had a blast with this printable pack, and I know your preschoolers will, too!
Before you can print these snowman printables, you’ll have to download the printable pack. Find the link below!
No-Prep Snowman Printables Pack for Preschoolers
All you have to do for these snowman printables are print and go!
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Included in the snowman printables pack you will find:
- Sequencing worksheet
- S is for Snowman letter page
- Snowman coloring sheet
- Bigger or smaller recognition
- Build a snowman worksheet
- Snow people-themed counting clip cards from 1-10
- A blank counting card sheet
You’ll also need a pair of scissors to cut out a few of the worksheets and a clothespin. I recommend printing the clip cards onto cardstock paper and laminating them to make them more durable.
I also included a blank counting sheet so you can add in larger numbers if your preschoolers can count beyond 10.
My preschoolers really loved completing the preschool activities here and we talked about the science behind snow and winter when we completed the activities.
The sequencing puzzle for preschoolers where they determine the correct order to build a snowman was a favorite activity among all the kids.
Some preschoolers preferred the snowman coloring page for preschoolers, but some of them liked the other activities much better!
All of the class really enjoyed building a snowman. They used safety scissors to cut apart the pieces and then glued them onto the correct parts of the snowman.
The clip cards were also a hit with the kids! They counted the number of buttons on each snowman.
The class really liked the bigger or smaller preschool activity page, but some of them didn’t quite understand the concept at first.
The easiest way to use these activities is to download the preschool snowman printables pack and then photocopy the pages that you want to use. You can choose from the black and white or colored activities to keep things more cost-effective or to eliminate the excessive use of colored ink.
Grab the snowman preschool pack on Teachers Pay Teachers!