Snowmen are iconic symbols of winter and Christmas time. Do you have memories of eating dinner in front of the t.v. and watching Frosty the Snowman?
I remember crying every time he melted. I loved sharing the movie with my children and it has become a tradition at our house, to watch it whenever it came on.
Many families have traditions of building snowmen at the first snow fall each winter. We have always envied the idea of going outside and creating a snowman out of things around the house. My girls are so creative, I think they would make the most amazing snow people from thrifted items. It would be fun to make a competition out of it.
The best that we can do here is to make a snowman out of sand on the beach in Florida. I am sure those that live in the snow dream of a trip to the beach, and envy our beach days. So there are definitely perks to living in the different climates.
If you like themed studies, these printables and crafts about snowmen are perfect for winter time:
We enjoy doing themed worksheets, and printables during the different seasons. It helps us to get into the spirit of whatever season we are in. I love having them on hand when we have a cold day. They are also great to pull out if you are under the weather. Or if just don’t feel like teaching school, but you still want to do something educational!
Printable Packs and Worksheets about Snowmen:
Snowman Literary Printables:
There are lots of adorable books about snowmen that you can read with your kids over the winter time. Here are some favorites, with printables, and unit studies to accompany them!
Snowmen Crafts, Hands On Activities and Games:
These activities are perfect to do indoors on a cold, winter day. If you don’t live where it snows, maybe it still gets cold and wet and rainy. These would be good to use during that time, or on a winter break for some hands-on learning fun.
Here are some more fun printables and activities to use during the winter time:
Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate)! She is a an eclectic, Charlotte Mason style homeschooler that has been homeschooling for over 16 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, and Coffee!