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!
Children can practice their handwriting or have a go at writing an acrostic poem using these pretty worksheets.
There's something very exciting about seeing a snow weather symbol on a weather forecast! Use this story paper to write a creative story set on a snowy day, or write about the things you love to do in the snow...
Print out this snowflake finger tracing worksheet and let your child colour it in before practising their handwriting skills. Laminate if you wish.
The kids will enjoy sorting these pretty snowflakes in order of size. You can laminate them too for extra durability.
Use this story paper to write down what you've learned about snowflakes, or perhaps to write a story about one...
Draw the second half of this snowflake, using the principles of symmetry to fill in the missing parts of the grid.
This is a fiendishly difficult symmetry worksheet! You might want to start the children on some of the others in the set, and work up to this one. Mirror the lines on the left of the line of symmetry over to the right and you will have a perfect, symmetrical snowflake!