These lovely tartan letters will cheer up your Christmas displays, and add some warmth! We've got the whole alphabet, both lower case and upper case, in red and green tartan designs.
More Winter Printables
An assortment of extra winter printables that don't fit into other categories - but lots of fun to be had here! find pattern matching mittens, snowman story paper, winter clothes for our paper dolls and lots more...
How will the kids decorate this tree for winter? They could glue on silver or white snowflakes cut from paper, or use snowflake or round sequins in the right colours. Perhaps a little glue on the edges of the branches and a sprinkle of white glitter?
A hat and gloves are essential for keeping warm in the winter, and this fun worksheet lets the kids design their own. They can use pens or crayons to draw and colour patterns and shapes, or why not grab some glue, sequins and glitter to give them an extra sparkle?
Everything looks pretty on a frosty day, and this fun picture gallery has space for the kids to draw 5 different pictures of a frosty day. The end result is bound to look beautiful!
There are often lots of outdoor ice rinks pop up in towns and cities in winter, especially near to Christmas. Maybe send this card to someone asking them to go ice skating with you?
Decorate the classroom, the notice board, the house or the playhouse for winter with this pretty printable winter bunting in icy designs. There are 8 flags in total, printing 2 to a page.
"Just like a snowflake, you are one of a kind". Here's a lovely card to print and send that will make someone feel really special!
This scavenger hunt could keep the children going for a few nights - perhaps as an activity to do together on your way home from school in winter, or to encourage the kids to go out for a winter's walk after dark?
Print out our pattern match mittens, cut out and put back into pairs. You can match them up with the correct woolly hat, too. There will be lots of opportunities for talking about colour, pattern and left and right!
This clever season spinner helps teach the children about the four seasons and the corresponding months. You'll need to print both pages out onto card, cut out the three circles, and attach them together with a brad in the centre.
Cut out the snowflake shapes for a fabulous winter display, make a mobile to hang, or use for lots of other fun craft projects!
Kids can use this fun picture gallery printable to draw some pictures of a snowy day, or you could print off some photographs and stick them inside the frames - a great way to store some memories!
Here's the whole alphabet - upper and lower case letters - in all sorts of colours of tartan and plaid designs.
Wrap up warm and head outside with the kids to try this winter scavenger hunt. How many of the items on the list can the children "tick off"?