# Category: Winter Unit

## Simple Addition and Subtraction Worksheets – Winter Theme (Currently FREE!)

New FREE Math Printable for you! I have a new Winter Themed – Simple Addition and Subtraction Worksheet Packet to share with you! These include doubling, addition and subtraction practice problems as well as some simple skip-counting exercises. This new Winter Themed – Addition and Subtraction Packet is 10 pages. I have added this set to the (huge, growing!) K-2 Math BUNDLE (which includes more than 25+ PDFs for just...

## Winter-Themed Packets

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...

## Hibernation Unit

Today I have a new Hibernation Unit to share with you today! It is more than 25 pages and covers: why animals hibernate, terms such as torpor, brumation, estivation, diapause, endotherms vs. ectotherms. where animals hibernate and spend the winter Plus, it covers the dangers of hibernation. It includes various activities such as notebook pages, interactive notebook/lapbook pieces, matching and tracing pages. The Winter Packet is now 100+ pages! First,...

## Winter Math Packet (Addition, Subtraction & more)

Your 5-7 year old will really enjoy these fun winter math games and activities! This packet has a winter-themed math board game that can be used with most any math-fact practice. There are winter addition cards that can be used for a memory game or with the game board. There are also several different winter-themed spinners that can be used with the game board or with the blank addition/subtraction pages...

## Winter Packet: Earth’s Axis/Seasons, The Arctic vs. Antarctica, Polar Animals and More (100+ pages)

The past few weeks, my daughter has been doing a big Winter Unit. The first part is about 60 pages and covers topics such as Earth’s axis, the months and seasons, the Arctic vs. Antarctica, and goes in depth about various polar animals. The second part, pages 63 to 78, includes some PreK activities. This is a really fun winter unit with lots of hands-on activities, lapbook/interactive notebook pieces, various worksheets...