Winter Unit Study

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Winter Unit Study

Your children will love learning all about winter with this fascinating week-long winter unit study! Just pick your favorite books and fun educational activities and you're ready to go.
Winter Unit Study - includes free printables, lesson plans, lots of clever ideas and activities to make learning fun for preschool, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade.

More Winter Printables

Winter Unit Study


Winter Books to Read

You have two options for using books in your winter unit study:
  • You can read a different book each day of the week, Monday through Friday.
  • Or read your favorite book (s) each day of the week. Kids love repetition, so don't worry about your children getting bored!

Winter Language Arts Activity

Day 1- Winter Language Arts Activity

Hand your kids these awesome winter coloring sheets. They're perfect for improving fine motor skills!
Don't forget to bring some snow inside for spelling in the snow!

Winter Math Activities

Day 2 - Winter Math Activities

Pick a couple of these fun math activities to enjoy with your kids!
Don't forget to study shapes by creating Snowflake Patterns with Blocks!

Winter Art Project

Day 3 - Winter Art Project

Choose your favorite art activities to enjoy with your kids!
And check out this awesome puffy snow paint. Your kids will be painting for hours!

Winter Science

Day 4 - Winter Science

Now it's time for science. Encourage your kids to learn all about winter, ice, salt, and temperature with these amazing science activities for kids!
And if you're looking for a fascinating science experiment for your older kids, learn about convection heat with heat experiments.

Winter Social Studies

Day 5 - Winter Social Studies and Fun!

Sara Dennis is a homeschooling mother of 6 children ages 4 through 18. After much research into homeschooling in 2000, she and her husband fell in love with classical education and used it as the foundation for their homeschool. Sara blogs at Classically Homeschooling, and  you can find her on FacebookPinterestTwitter, and Google+.

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