If you’re anything like me, you try to find ways to entertain your kids in ways that don’t involve a screen, but that also won’t require a lot of effort on your part. Crafts and activities can be fun, but can also require a lot of supplies, set-up and clean-up. On cold days in the winter, I can’t just send my kids outside for long periods of time, so I try to get creative. This Printable Kid’s Winter Activity Book is perfect for grade-school age kids and is free to print!
Printable Kid’s Winter Activity Book
This Printable Kid’s Winter Activity Book is great for grades 2nd-6th. It’s full of different activities that will keep their brains and their hands busy! Below I will outline all the activities included so you can see what you’re getting, or you can just CLICK HERE to print without scrolling. If you have younger kids too, I also have a free printable Preschool Winter Activity Book you can get HERE!
I love knowing little random facts about things, and so does my daughter! So I thought it would be fun to include some little known winter facts in this Printable Kid’s Winter Activity Book.
As a kid I can remember doing my grandma’s word search books for hours. I created this word search full of all things winter-themed to keep those little hands busy for a few moments!
Who doesn’t love a good color by number? Kids love these because it gives them a bit of structure while still leaving room to interpret the colors, and what’s more perfect for a Printable Kid’s Winter Activity Book than a snow globe?
My daughter has always loved mazes, and has always been really good at them too! She enjoyed helping the snowman find his mittens and it was just tough enough it kept her busy for several minutes too.
You can’t have a Printable Kid’s Winter Activity Book without a cute picture of a snowman to color! We don’t get a ton of snow where we are each year, so this is the next best thing to building a snowman!
You can make this word scramble more difficult for older kids by cutting off the word bank at the bottom. My oldest is only 8, so we kept the word bank there for now. Choose what you feel is a good fit for your kids!
This was an absolute favorite game of ours when I was a kid. My sisters and I would battle to see how many words we could find in other longer words for long periods of time. I knew for sure I wanted to include this activity in my Printable Kid’s Winter Activity Book!
There’s also a fun Make Your Own Winter Scene page where kids can use their art skills to draw and color their own winter scene. This book prints out on 9 sheets (8 activity pages and a cover page) of regular printing paper. You can CLICK HERE to print the entire Printable Kid’s Winter Activity Book for free! I also have a super cute free printable Preschool Winter Activity Book you can get HERE too!