Print out this lovely picture of four friendly Christmas snowmen and challenge the kids to spot all the differences! Then why not colour the picture in?
More Winter Puzzles
Lots NEW! We've got so many winter puzzles that we need a category fot the ones that don't fit elsewhere! You'll find "find the difference" puzzles, crosswords, bogglers, "how many words", squashed sentences and so many more here! These puzzles are great for keeping the kids busy when it is too cold to go outside...
This lovely puzzle and colouring page features a scene in the woods with a wonderful Christmas tree. How many robins can you spot before you colour it in?
This challenge will keep the kids thinking for a while! Try to come up with a word for each letter of the alphabet - all associated with winter. The problem is that we can think of too many S words - snow, snowflake, snowman... and not enough of the others!
How many words can you find in this winter boggler puzzle? Move horizontally, vertically or diagonally to join letters. There are some winter themed words to find for bonus points.
Children need to put on their thinking caps to answer these winter themed questions and complete the crossword grid.
Here's a perfect wintry day puzzle! Solve the clues, then cross out the letters from the answers in the grid. Can you cross them all out?
This crossword tests children's observation and spelling. Can they solve the picture clues to complete this winter picture crossword?
We've got some lovely pictures with a wintry theme, but can the children match them to the correct shadow?
The aim of this fun puzzle is to find the squashed sentences with a winter theme! The kids need to start on the shaded square then draw a path to find the sentences. The leftover letters from each grid will form a 6 letter word with a winter theme too...
Keep warm inside and try this winter word challenge! Can you fit the winter themed words into the grid?
This is a very straightforward puzzle with only one option for each space in the grid, so it is perfect for younger children who are just trying out this type of puzzle. Fit the winter words into the grid using simple logic...