During the chilly winter season, try this fun indoor craft with your preschooler to help him explore art concepts like shape, form, and texture.
Get your preschooler ready for kindergarten by helping him learn numbers 1-10 with pretty snowflake counting cards.
You don't have to brave the chill to enjoy the beauty of winter. Make sparkly snowflake sculptures and experience winter from the comfort and warmth of your home.
With a few strokes of white paint, kids can transform an old family photograph into a lovely winter scene.
Get in the 4th of July spirit by whipping up a batch of frosty snow cones, sweetened with syrup in a patriotic palette.
Keep the boredom at bay by making woolly pompoms. It's a great activity to keep your kids occupied for hours during winter vacation or a long weekend.
Does your child want a snow globe of her own? This snow globe coloring page is a great substitute!
In the cold winter weather, there's nothing more fun than going on a cozy sleigh ride through the snow.
Turn a snow day into a math day with this festive addition worksheet that offers single-digit problems with sums up to 9.
Is your child wishing for a snowy day? Give him this cute coloring page! It features two children making their own snowman in the midst of a winter snow.
What a mitten mess! In this fun holiday printable, your child will sort through the pile of mittens, drawing a line from each mitten to the one that matches.
This drawing game is sure to entertain your child and get her all ready for winter, too.
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