Perfect for winter this version of our popular fill in the blanks stories will have children making up their own hot toddy.
More Winter Worksheets
Here is where you will find our winter worksheets that don't fit into any of our other categories - which hopefully doesn't make them any less useful!
Plan a simple sensory season about one of the four seasons with the help of these planning sheets. There are 5 in the pack - Spring, Summer, Autumn, Fall and Winter.
Print out our chunky mitten alphabet match up cards for kids to practice recognition of upper and lower case letters. Perfect for the winter classroom. Obviously they will take some cutting out, but if you laminate them they will last!
Print off this page full of clothes, then ask the kids to circle the ones that are best to wear on a cold snowy day.
We often associate robins with Christmas, so the kids might want to write a Christmas story on this robin writing page, or write a Christmas thank you letter? Or you could use it any time of year to do some research and record some facts about these lovely little birds...
Learn to spell the word skating with this fun printable jigsaw. Print out onto good quality card and slice along the vertical lines. Now when the kids put it back together again, they will make a lovely ice rink scene!
Write a story about a snowy day using this writing page, perhaps? Or use it for lots of other fun writing projects...
Draw the second half of this snowflake, using the principles of symmetry to fill in the missing parts of the grid.
Can the children answer a few simple questions based on the snowy day picture? We've included the answers in case they need a little help...
This lovely colour and count worksheet is two winter activities in one! The children need to use the key provided to colour in each picture, then count how many things begin each letter. Choose from our UK or US versions below.
Writing an interesting poem can be challenging, but our sensory poem simile worksheets can help the kids get started. Can they write some similes describing winter? They should end up with a fun poem at the end...
Ask the children to read this interesting passage about the winter solstice, and then answer the questions. We've provided an answer sheet at the back.
Trying to find a correct spelling (hidden amongst incorrect spellings) is a great way for kids to learn how to spell a word. All the words on this worksheet have a winter theme.
Ask the kids to practise spelling winter words with this fun printable. Use with our printable letter tiles to spell out the words (or you could use any plastic/magnetic letters you might already have).
This winter spelling jigsaw is a fun activity to do inside on a cold winter's day! Print onto some card (and colour in if you choose the black and white version), then slice down the vertical lines. The kids need to spell the word correctly to reassemble the cosy winter scene!