Kindergarten Winter Activities

Brrrr! It sure is cold outside. When temperatures dip and teeth begin to chatter then you know it's time for some winter activities. If you're bundled up and ready to brave the frosty outside weather we have a few outdoor activities: Making a snow gauge or even planting a garden just before springtime officially starts are fun ways to chase the winter blues away. However, the bulk of these crafts and ideas are designed to help your kid from going stir crazy during all of that inside time. And as you well know, kindergarteners can get quite rambunctious. Gather your materials and prepare for plenty of wintertime fun!

If you're looking for something more academic, check out our Kindergarten Winter Worksheets.

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Your kindergartener will love this counting activity on a rainy day. Turn any indoor space into a colorful hopscotch board and using simple recycled materials.
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Kids entranced by Little House on the Prairie? This popsicle stick "log cabin" is a great introduction to pioneer history.
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Your child will "build" a snowman and lace her way around the paper plates, boosting her manual dexterity and hand-eye coordination.
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Craft a winter words alphabet book to celebrate this chilly season in this preschool-kindergarten arts and crafts activity.
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This project commemorates the milestone of completing the first 100 days of school, while giving your child a manipulative to practice counting to 100.
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This activity is a fun way to "go fishing" with your preschooler, while learning about the concepts of freezing and melting.
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Try this kindergarten arts and crafts activity and sneak in a little extra nutrition this holiday season: make a mashed potato snowman sculpture!
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When it√Ęs too warm to ice skate or too cold to roller skate or you simply want an anytime, indoor activity, set up a wax paper skating rink.
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Make a bear cave for your child to play and explore, learn about bears and winter hibernation.
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Practice counting with this winter kindergarten art project! As your child sculpts a clay igloo, he will work on math and dexterity and learn about snow.
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Warm up your little one's counting skills with this adorable winter number-match game. Play until she's warmed up and ready to count all on her own!
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Your child can make her own at home with a little paint and her own foot. Make a whole colony!
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How much water comes out of snow? Explore this timely question with your kindergarten scientist with this easy winter experiment.
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Bring some winter fun into your home while your child practices her number matching skills with this adorable snowman math game.
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Reuse old cardboard boxes and popsicle sticks to create a miniature sled that is perfect for preschool pretend play with dolls or action figures.
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Not all snowmen are made of ice. This popcorn snowman tastes like the holiday season and also makes a cute decoration on any dining table.
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Use simple items to create a kindergarten "grow box" that lets a kid see just how salad plants send down their roots and grow underground.
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Whether the snow is fluffy and soft or icy and hard, a snowman is sure to inspire a smile. No wonder this snowman is so happy; he's made using marshmallows!
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Here's a color matching game that is perfect for winter! Your child will race against the clock to assemble the name of a color with its matching parts.
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Baking holiday gingerbread men has ever been more educational! Your kindergartener will work on fine motor skills, logic, and counting in this cookie activity.

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