Do you need cute Snowman Activities for Preschool? We have a big list of them that teach while being fun and interactive. This awesome new Snowman Preschool Unit includes educational crafts, games, learning activities and worksheets.
Snowmen are such an icon of outside winter play. They encourage the imagination, and are often a cherished childhood memory. We’ve tried to capture some of that magic in this new preschool unit. Children will get to count snowballs, build snowmen, and play with them in these fun learning activities.
Take a look at some of the amazing ideas in this set.
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SNOWMAN ACTIVITIES FOR PRESCHOOL
You will probably need a wide variety of Snowman and Winter activities for your preschool lesson planning. We’ve included activities ranging from alphabet and counting to patterns, sensory, and more. Check them out below.
Snowman Math Activities for Preschool
Anytime we are teaching early math we need to cover different parts of number sense. In the following math activities, you’ll find counting, subitizing, games, and more to teach number sense during your preschool Snowman theme.
Snowmen Counting Sticks
We love this counting activity and the sensory aspect too.
Mitten Snowball Counting
Work on fine motor skills with your tweezers while counting the snowballs.
Roll & Cover Snowman Craft
Games are such a fun way to practice math skills. Roll and count until you complete your snowman.
Winter Scene Snowflake Counting
Create your winter tree by counting snowflakes and placing them on the tree.
Snowman Tally Sticks
Tally counting is another fun way to practice number sense. We glued the snowman to large crafts sticks.
Snowman 10 Frames
Fill the snowman’s scarf with snowballs. You can use pom poms or cotton balls.
Roll, Count and Fill Snowman Craft
Do you want to build a snowman? With this activity you can and have some math fun too!
Snowman Block Patterns
Patterns help us learn what comes next. Using small blocks, create and finish the patterns.
Snowman Literacy Activities for Preschool
In preschool, we work on a range of literacy skills depending on where our kiddos are at. These snowman themed centers explore alphabet letters, letter formation, name practice, and more to use in your Snowman preschool theme.
Snowmen Letter Puzzles
Build your snowman by connecting the correct upper and lowercase letters.
Smashing Snowballs Sight Words
Grab the playdough and smash each one as you sound out and read the sight words.
Snow Storm Name Practice
Practice letter recognition by building your name in the snow.
Winter Sequence Stories
Practice building stories with the picture card.
Sensory Snow and Letter Bin
This easy sensory bin is perfect for letter recognition. Fill a bin with cotton balls, hide the letters and you are all set!
Melting Snowmen Letter Tracing
Sensory activities are one of the best ways to practice early letter formation. You can use shaving cream or whip cream to write the letters.
Snowman Shapes and Color Activities for Preschool
Learning about shapes is a skill that helps kid in the future for classification. Here we get to practice shapes by sorting and creating different shapes.
Snowman Color Matching
Build your snowman by the correct colors and give then the correct color buttons with pom poms or circle cereal.
Snowman Playdough Shapes
Using playdough to create shapes is a fun way to add sensory into your play!
In addition to these fantastic Snowman Activities for Preschool, we also have 15 no-prep, print and go worksheets. They’re all designed in black and white to save you ink, and… the kids get to color all of the pictures themselves. BONUS!!
These fun extra practice worksheets include tracing, cut and paste, and other great preschool skills.
Snowman Math Worksheets
These Snowman worksheets cover a variety of early math skills. Teach kids number order, counting, and number recognition with these fun math printables.
Snowman Literacy Worksheets
We are constantly working on early literacy in preschool. These Snowman literacy worksheets allow you to differentiate between a variety of learning levels. Younger preschoolers and pre-writers can start with the sorting whereas more advanced learners can work on letter sounds and letter tracing.
More Snowman Worksheets for Preschool
Some of the most important skills preschoolers learn are not math and literacy. With these turkey worksheets they can also practice fine motor skills, tracing and scissor skills.
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I was wondering if you had the Christmas activities as a printable available? Mainly the upper case and lower case matching snowmen, the snowman number matching game with the lolly sticks and buttons, the word splat with playdough game, the snowmen with pompom buttons for counting and using tweezers, and the ordering sequencing building a snowman?
They are all fab ideas and we would love to use them over the next couple of weeks if possible. Thanks. Leanne Heslop
Yes. You can purchase the entire set of printables at: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Preschool-Centers-Snowman-Theme-3516481. Let me know if I can be of further help. -Amy
I am trying to purchase the snowman theme and christmas theme for preschools but iam not able; both of the themes are already in my cart but then i can’t find the purchase button?
Thank you for your reply
Hi Christelle. I’m so sorry you’re having trouble. I’ve had a couple of people tell me they’ve had trouble buying on mobile devices. Have you tried from a desktop or laptop? Try that, and it if doesn’t work, let me know. We’ll figure this out.
Thanks for the blog. Preschool is really help to develop your kids creativity and make them active.
Do it yourself activities are really best for the kids. They not just learn but also can reap plenty of benefits from these activities. I really liked the comment given by Planning Playtime. Right from childhood, when they are taught these, it offers an amazing platform. I loved this blog.
Thank you so much! I’m glad to hear the ideas have been helpful.
I’m so happy I discovered your blog! I am recovering from surgery and have been on bed rest for about a week, so I have been lesson planning while I am down. I just wanted to let you know…I LOVE LOVE LOVE your Preschool Centers and EVERYTHING in your store! I plan to make a purchase tonight! 🙂 I was curious, will you be creating a February Preschool Centers or Valentine’s Day Centers? If you could let me know I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you so much!
Keep up your awesome work!
Hi Katie. Thank you so much! I am planning to make a Valentines/February themed Preschool Centers unit. If you plan to buy several units, you may want to get the growing bundle. If you buy it now, you’ll get all of the rest of the units added for free. I hope that helps.
Get well soon!
Does anyone know where I can print the snowman roll a dice sheet out?
You can purchase all of the activities and print them out here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Preschool-Centers-Snowman-Theme-3516481.
Let me know if I can be of further help.
Love your stuff!!! your so creative. I am wondering if you have a way to just purchase your “No-prep print and go” sheets for each of your themes? I am ALWAYS in need of something fast and easy and your sheets are spot on! can you notify me if this is possible? I have looked on TPT and nothing comes up.
Thanks so much
Can we just purchase the worksheets??
No, but we do have a January set of Preschool Worksheets you can purchase that are their own set. You can find those at: https://planningplaytime.com/january-preschool-worksheets
I am having difficulty printing the 2 Bubdles that I bought!
I’m sorry you’re having trouble. Make sure you unzip the folders. You can do that by Right Clicking the folder, and then select Extract All. That will give you the pdf to print.
We zip the files, because it makes it much faster and easier for you to download them.
If you have any other questions, you can email us at PlanningPlaytime@gmail.com.