# Winter Worksheets

This December and January, use these seasonal worksheets in your classroom. We have winter math activities, snowflake cut-outs, winter reading comprehension passages, a snowy diorama scene, and more.

## Winter Worksheets

Look for pairs of adjacent numbers that have a sum of 14. Each game board is shaped like winter snowman.
Make a snowman with arms and legs that move. Color and cut out the snowman, as well as it's arms and legs. Attach the limbs with a brass paper fastener.
Plot the ordered pairs on the coordinate grid.  Then, connect the points to make a snowman picture.
Cut out the pictures of the child making a snowman and color them in. Then glue the pictures onto the page in the correct order. There also also an optional third page with a related writing activity for older students.
Attach the skaters, snowman, and shovel to the 3D diorama scene.
The first day of winter fall on December 21st. Welcome the season with this cute snowman headband craft. (We recommend printing this on card stock. If you'd prefer a full-color version, click on the "ALT" link below.)
Kids will love designing and coloring this snowman calendar.
This is a festive, snowman-themed sticker chart with twenty-five boxes for stickers to be applied.

## Puzzles

This basic word search puzzle was designed for students in grades 1 and 2. Words appear across and down only. (No diagonals.) Word list includes snow, skate, ice, cold, flake, hat, and scarf.
Find the wintry words hidden in this word search puzzle. Word list includes sledding, hot cocoa, mittens, January, freezing, and flurries.
Cut out and rearrange the letters in the words "I Love Snow" to make as many different words as possible. This primary level worksheet has primary-ruled lines for grades K through 2.
Cut out and rearrange the letters in the words "I Love Snow" to make as many different words as possible. This intermediate level worksheet was designed with a scoring system for grades 3 through 6.
This worksheet features an illustration of a winter scene with a snowman, ice skating, and kids playing. But some of the items in the picture are a little out of place. Use the key to help you find the items that don't belong.

## Graphic Organizers

On this graphic organizer, your students will write about the delicious smells, enchanting sounds, sensational sights, and delicious tastes of the winter season.

## Snowflake Crafts

Snowflake 1  FREE
Fold and cut this basic snowflake pattern.
Here's another basic fold-and-cut snowflake for your kids to try.
Students fold the snowflake pattern and cut on the lines.

It's the perfect winter's day! Children will color and cut out the pages of the mini book and staple them together. They can read the book aloud to a teacher, a family member, or a friend.
Colin, Clara, and Tommy are each building a snowman. Read carefully to find out whose snowman is the tallest.
It's windy and cold morning when Mr. Steve pulls up with the big yellow school bus. Approximately 2nd grade reading level.
A snowman, hot cocoa, and a sprinkling of wintry magic make this an extra fun winter poem! This poetry activity includes comprehension questions and a writing prompt.
Fresh snow has just fallen and Ian and Sir Wags-a-Lot can't wait to play in it! Read to find out about Ian's time in the snow, and the snowman he and his friend Anna build.
When a stranger visits the house with her older brother, Ella becomes jealous. Approximately 4th grade reading level.
Zoe, Grace, and Devin go outside to play in the snow. When Grace and Devin can't decide what kind of snowman they should build, Zoe comes up with an idea they'll all like! Activity includes comprehension questions and vocabulary words.
Learn about the events that cause winter, how animals prepare for winter, and wintertime activities people enjoy.  Approximately 4th grade reading level.
Find out how polar bears have adapted to live in one of the world's coldest regions.  Approximately 4th grade reading level.
This fascinating article explains the difference between "reindeer" and "caribou" and describes what reindeer are like in the wild. Comprehension questions and vocabulary terms are included.
The wolverine is a solitary, but fierce, hunter who lives in snowy, northern climates across the world. Answer comprehension questions and learn new vocabulary words in this activity.
Learn all about majestic wolves in this reading comprehension activity! Students will discover why wolves howl, where they live, and much more.
In this nonfiction article, learn about two different penguin species - the Emperor penguin and the Galapagos penguin. One of them lives in frigid Antarctica. The other lives on the tropical Equator. Comprehension questions and a writing activity are included.
Narwhals are referred to as "unicorns of the sea." That's because they have a nine-foot tusk that looks like a unicorn horn! Learn about these unique mammals in this nonfiction article.
Arctic foxes are amazingly adapted to their icy habitat! Learn all about these clever, furry hunters in this reading comprehension activity!

## Winter Writing

Here are some winter writing prompts for your students to choose from.
The boy in this picture is imagining himself winning a medal for downhill skiing.
The kids in this picture are having a snowball fight. Color the picture and write a story to describe the scene.
This man is playing golf in a snowstorm.  Write a story to go along with the picture.
This boy is trick-or-treating during a snowstorm.  Write a story to explain what's going on.
Here's a picture of a giant snow monster.  Write a story to tell what's going on in this picture.
This little guy doesn't look like he's too fond of winter.  Write a story that tells what's happening in the cartoon.
These children are shoveling the walkway in front of the home of an elderly woman.  Explain what's going on in the picture.

## Build a Sentence(Very Basic)

Cut out the words and rearrange them into a sentence. The sentence reads, "Can we build a snowman?"
Cut out the words and rearrange them into a sentence. The sentence reads, "They have a new sled."

Solve the 2-digit addition problems; Without regrouping; Winter evergreen pictures.
Solve the 2-digit addition problems; Requires regrouping; Winter evergreen tree pictures.
Practice 2-digit addition and complete a fun, seasonal puzzle with this printout.
Solve the addition problems and attach the puzzle pieces in the correct positions.  Scene shows two kids building a snowman.

## Winter Subtraction Worksheets

This printable has very basic subtraction facts to solve. This is a great worksheet for students in kindergarten and first grade.
This winter-themed worksheet has twenty basic subtraction facts to solve with minuends under 20.
Write the missing number(s) on each fact family snowman illustration.
Solve the 2-digit subtraction problems; Requires borrowing; Winter evergreen pictures.
Solve the 2-digit subtraction problems; Requires borrowing; Winter evergreen tree pictures.
Solve the subtraction problems and attach the puzzle pieces in the correct positions.  Scene shows two kids sledding down a hill.
Solving this puzzle requires subtracting 3-digit numbers from 4-digit numbers.

## Winter Multiplication Worksheets

Solve the 2-digit by 1-digit multiplication problems; Winter evergreen pictures.
Solve the advanced (2 digit by 2 digit) multiplication problems and attach the puzzle pieces in the correct positions.  Scene shows a kid playing ice hockey.

## Winter Division Worksheets

These winter snowmen pictures have division problems in them.  Solve the problems with 1 and 2-digit quotients.
Division problems with 2-digit dividends and remainders; Winter evergreen pictures.
Solve the long division problems (no remainders) and attach the puzzle pieces in the correct places.  Scene shows a girl skiing.

## ABC Order

Rewrite each word group in ABC order. This version has words the begin with different letters.
Place each set of winter words in alphabetical order. This version has several words in each set that begin with the same letter.

This file includes 5 winter-themed worksheets, each with two sentences that have errors that need to be corrected.
This file has 5 days of proofreading worksheets with a winter twist.

## Art

What type of snowman are the children in the picture building? Complete the illustration and color it in.
Here's a simple coloring page with a picture of Frosty.

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