This story paper is a fun way to encourage children to write about their own experiences with snow - perhaps catching snowflakes, perhaps building a snowman, perhaps even tasting snow!
Have your own snow storm inside with the help of our free snowflake printable for kids. We've got worksheets, colouring pages, posters, Christmas tree decorations, jigsaws and lots more!
Print our reindeer and snowflake word jigsaw out onto card at Christmas. Cut along the wavy lines. The children must build the words back together again, with the help of the picture.
A mixture between a puzzle and a drawing activity, this fun Christmas grid copy picture of a snowflake will keep the kids concentrating for a while!
Learn how to draw a pretty snowflake with our step by step printable drawing tutorial for kids. Once you get started you will be drawing a snow flurry or even a snow storm before you know it!
Print, cut out and add a little glitter before attaching a loop of ribbon and hanging to the tree. You could stick two together back to back with the ribbon glued between them if you like, or perhaps the kids could sign the back and add a little picture of their own and the date?
Print, cut out and re-assemble this fun little Christmas or winter jigsaw. Tuck the pieces into an envelope or re-sealable bag to play again, or even send it as a card to someone special! You will need our jigsaw instructions and cutting templates.
Print out these snowflake cards to use for number recognition and counting practice for little ones, or use them as a memory game for older kids. There are three sets of different snowflakes, and one set of snowflake numbers. You could use these cards for a game of Snap too...
Here's a pretty poster of a snowflake which you can print to display, or to cut out and use in your crafty Christmas projects. How about adding some glitter or sequins to make it sparkle?
This lovely rich snowflake scrapbook paper features a dark blue background and a flurry of pretty snowflakes. I'm sure you will come up with lots of uses for it! You will need the password ActivityVillage.co.uk to download and print this scrapbook paper.
Use this snowflake scrapbook paper as a simple frame for a photograph or drawing, or for a writing project in the winter or at Christmas. You will need the password ActivityVillage.co.uk to download and print this scrapbook paper.
This is such a pretty snowflake scrapbook paper design. Print it as is, or using your printer's economy settings for a different look. We have two versions - the one pictured, and a slightly "grungy" version.
Use this story paper to write down what you've learned about snowflakes, or perhaps to write a story about one...
Children can trace carefully over the dotted lines of this pretty snowflake tracing page... and then perhaps colour it a pale blue or silver?
Snow if falling, and there are snowflakes all around this printable! But how many times does the word "snowflake" appear in this word search puzzle?
Print this simple page and get the children to cut along the dotted lines towards the snowflakes. It's a fun way to practice scissor skills, and each snowflake is a little harder than the last!
You could use our snowflakes playdough mat as a counting activity by asking children to make a certain number of snowflakes - or in lots of other ways! Laminating the mat will mean that you can use it over and over again.
There are three pretty snowflakes on this tracing page for the kids to work on, with lots of dotted lines to keep them busy! A fun way to improve pencil control in the winter months...
Pretty snowflakes writing paper to print for the kids to use for winter letters or writing projects. Three versions available - just click the links below to download the pdf files.
These gorgeous printable bookmarks feature3 all sorts of wintry things - snowmen and mittens and snowflakes and woolly hats and more. Print them onto card, cut out, and use them to encourage some good winter reading!
Our pretty winter doodle colouring bookmarks are a lovely activity for older children, and will keep them busy for a while! When finished, why not laminate them?