Children can write about their own snowman-building experiences on our fun story paper before colouring in the picture - or practise their creative writing skills by coming up with a story based on what they see in the picture.
We have a growing collection of snowman printables including posters, jigsaws, a learn to draw tutorial, bookmarks, handwriting worksheets and lots more, fun for classroom or home.
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!
Can the kids solve these simple sums, to find the right colours for our Christmas colouring page? Who knew maths could be such fun!
This lovely snowman makes a fun lacing or sewing card for kids. Just print, cut out carefully (you may want to lose the arms!) and punch holes around the edges.
Two more printable Christmas word jigsaws, this time of a stocking and a snowman. Print onto card and cut out along the wavy lines. Children now put them back together again, building familiarity with the spelling at the same time!
There is some fun winter counting involved in this comparing numbers worksheets, which also asks kids to fill in the simple sentences using comparison words taken from a word bank.
Here's a fun dotted outline of a fairly simple snowman for the kids to practise their cutting skills on. Why not print onto white card and then get the kids to decorate the snowman once he is cut out?
Here's an easy way for children to learn how to draw a snowman - just follow our step by step illustrations and you can have a crowd of snowmen drawn quicker than you could go outside and build one in your garden! Especially useful if there hasn't been any snow...
There is something quite magical about a snowglobe. It's as if a scene in someone else's story has been captured in time and trapped inside the globe, waiting to be released. We hope that this snowglobe story paper inspires some creative writing this Christmas!
Here are four snowman acrostic printables with a Christmas flavour - fun for Christmas poetry writing or other writing projects!
Here's a fun set of snowman bookmarks to print, four to a page. We've left them blank so you can write a festive message, or record your page number in your reading book.
Here's a simple snowman face template which you can use in your Christmas craft projects. How about cutting out larger, different textured circles for his body and making a collage? Or you could attach the face to a white paper bag for a quick "goodie bag".
Here's a simple snow finger tracing winter worksheet to help the kids learn their letter formations.
Encourage your child to practise their handwriting this winter season with the help of this lovely printable worksheet! There is plenty of opportunity for tracing and writing the word "snowman"...
Print, cut out and enjoy this jolly Christmas snowman jigsaw! You will need our Jigsaw Instructions and Cutting Guides but it is an easy process, and he's such a cheerful snowman the kids will love putting him back together again!
These cute winter (or Christmas) bookmarks print four to a page and make a great little hand out in the classroom to encourage reading.
This lovely snowman lacing card has a very simple outline for cutting out and sewing or lacing. Laminate if you want to reuse, then punch holes around the edge and off you go!
Print, cut out, glue and hang this very cute Snowman Mobile - there are 8 different cheerful snowmen to entertain you as they drift in the breeze!
Now, even if there is no snow, your children can enjoy dressing a snowman with our printable playdough mat! Add buttons, scarf, hat and a carrot nose and maybe some twig arms...
This snowman poster is quick to print for your Christmas or winter displays, for early readers, or for cutting out for Christmas crafts...
Here's a cheerful snowman to put up on your wall as a poster, or use in your Christmas projects at school or at home. We think he would look good on as a book cover for a winter writing project, perhaps?
Keep track of everything you need to buy this Christmas with this fun snowman shopping list - you won't be able to keep a huge long shopping list but it looks great on the fridge or kitchen wall!
Learning how to sort by size is fun with these snowmen! Can the kids order them from biggest to smallest (then smallest to biggest)?
I wonder what this snowman is thinking about? What he would say if he could talk? Perhaps the children would like to make up a story about that - or something else! We have two versions of story paper - lined or handwriting - to choose from.
Children will get plenty of tracing practice with this fun snowman tracing printable! There are lots of dotted lines to trace over...
Here's a fun worksheet for the winter term, and a useful word to learn to write, too! Trace over the dotted letters of snowman and then colour him in...
Here's a fun Snowmen scrapbook paper design with blue background and various Christmas motifs to use in your Christmas projects! It makes cute wrapping paper for little gifts, too.
This illustration showing a lovely family of four snowmen is sure to spark some creative writing! Available lined and with handwriting lines.
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...
There's nothing better than a snow day - or just a snowy day! Get the kids to imagine what they might do on a snow day, what they did on a recent snow day, make up a story, or describe what they can see in the picture...
Here's a fun way to incorporate some cutting and sticking! Three bits of this winter colouring page have gone missing! Cut out the smaller rectangles and see if the kids can place them on the correct spot.
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?