I just wanted to highlight some of the Winter-themed packets we have here on the blog. I hope you find something helpful!! ~Liesl
Winter Math Packet
The Winter Math Packet includes lots of fun games, plus various worksheets and math challenges. It covers addition, subtraction, what comes before, clocks, skip counting and more!
This is available in the Winter BUNDLE.
The winter math game board you see comes with math spinners and game cards that can be used in a number of different ways. There is also a roll-the-dice addition game. There are a half-dozen number of activity pages like what comes before, clocks, 10-frame grouping (with snowflakes), as well as some skip counting pages.
Here is another screenshot of some of the math practice pages in this packet:
This is another cute packet I recently added to the K-2 Math BUNDLE:
And of course, there are lots of seasonal packets included in this bundle too like the Valentine’s Day Games I added last year:
Visit this post for lots more pictures and a giant list of what is included in the K-2 Math BUNDLE and to grab this fun Winter Math Packet!!
Free Montessori-Style Addition Pages
Grab these Winter Montessori-Style Addition Pages here.
Winter Skip Counting
Be sure to grab the free Winter Skip Counting Pages here:
There’s actually another set of free Winter Skip Counting pages here as well.
Free Winter Multiplication/Division Worksheets
Visit this post to grab these: Winter Division and Multiplication Worksheets
And if your kids enjoyed the pages above, they’ll LOVE the HUGE Multiplication/Division BUNDLE. It has than 20 pdfs!
My daughter loved all the fun worksheets and games for learning all of the multiplication and division facts!
Our popular Winter Packet is a science packet for early elementary.
It covers a lot of winter-related topics from Earth’s Axis/Seasons, The Arctic vs. Antarctica, Polar Animals to hibernation and more!
Find out more here: Winter Packet
This packet is included in the Winter BUNDLE.
This packet is also included in our Big Animal BUNDLE (along with the Animal Packet that you see down below)
This Winter Packet covers
- Earth’s Axis/Seasons,
- The Arctic vs. Antarctica,
- Polar Animals
- Seals, Sea Lions, Walruses
- Plus, it includes a 25-page unit on Hibernation
- Why animals hibernate,
- Terms such as torpor, brumation, estivation, diapause, endotherms vs. ectotherms.
- Plus, it covers where animals spend the winter and the dangers of hibernation.
Coming on Monday, Jan. 13, 2020 (though it is now available in the Winter BUNDLE).
Our Animal Packet has lots of animal-related activities.
It includes some Animal Track activities which is especially fun to do this time of year!
You can find out more about the Animal Packet here.
This packet is included in our Big Animal BUNDLE (which includes the Winter Packet above as well as the Rainforest, World Animals, and the Animal Life Cycles Packet)
Free Mitten Packet
Have you read Jan Brett’s wonderful book, The Mitten (affiliate link), to your kids? Mine loved this book and years ago we did a number of activities to go along with that. At this post you’ll find a free printable packet about the Animals from The Mitten — Free Mitten Animal Printable Materials
Clearly this isn’t a winter packet, but it’s one my daughter did in the winter time. She loved this mini-unit!! 🙂 This is part of our Botany Packet, but I just wanted to highlight it here! You can find out more about the Carnivorous Plants and Botany Unit here.
Simple Machines Unit
Another fun unit for doing in the winter when the kids are stuck inside is the Simple Machines Unit. My kids *loved* all the hands-on activities!! You can find out more about this Simple Machines Packet here:
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