I may not be a huge fan of winter, but I love snowmen! I even have snowman decorations around my house right now. Somehow they make the harsh winter a little more bearable.
Snowmen can also provide a fun way for children to learn. There are tons of fun snowman books out there to provide you with plenty of inspiration.
If you are looking for fun and simple ways to help your child with letters, numbers, colors, and more this winter, then these snowman learning activities are just what you need.
Snowman Learning Activities
If your child is working on matching uppercase and lowercase letters, Totschooling has snowman letter matching puzzles for you.
Turn ping pong balls into snowmen and explore the relationship between lever and fulcrum with this fun simple machine science activity from Buggy and Buddy.
Practice fine motor skills and build a clothespin snowman with this simlple idea from How Wee Learn.
Have fun with baking soda science while melting snowmen with this hands-on activity from Little Bins for Little Hands.
From ABCs to ACTs has a free snowman printable to help your child practice color recognition.
Practice counting and number recognition with snowmen using this activity from Mama.Papa.Bubba.
Laptime Songs has a fun 5 little snowmen poem and printable finger puppets to go along with it.
With just a few egg cartons and other craft items, your child can create snowmen and practice number recognition at the same time using this idea from Housing a Forest.
Your child can create adorable snowmen, practice counting, and have fun bowling with this activity from Rainy Day Mum.
Composing and decomposing numbers is fun with this snowman activity from Sugar Aunts.
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