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Snowman Mix and Match Color Sorting Game

Looking for a wintry way to work on multiple skills at once with your toddler, preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten age student? This Snowman Mix and Match color sorting gamey will be perfect! Your child can build their own snowman and learn colors, counting, and shapes at the same time. This snowman preschool activity is perfect for January as part of a winter theme. Simply download pdf file with snowman printables and you are ready to play and learn!

This Snowman Mix and Match color sorting game is a fun way to learn colors, counting, and shapes at the same time with preschoolers during January!

Color Sorting Game

This color sorting game is such a fun math activity for preschoolers this winter. Use the winter printables wo work on color recognition, preschool counting, and preschool shapes too. Use this color activity for kids from toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners too. There are so many fun parts to building a snowman. The hat, the buttons, the cute carrot nose. There are a lot of ways to change it up, too, so it’s a learning activity that can be used over and over again.

Snowman Printables

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Snowman Preschool Activity

To get started, you’ll want to download the printables below with the different snowman parts. There’s a page for heads, a page for bodies, and a page for bottoms. Each has six different options to choose from, letting your preschooler or kindergartener choose whatever combination they want!

That in itself is a fun seasonal activity for toddlers. But as you start working on colors, counting, shapes, and recognizing differences, this activity can help reinforce all those skills! It’s a great hands-on activity for preschool or kindergarten.

To focus more on skill-building, give your preschooler or kindergartener specifics to look for when “building” their snowman. You’ll notice in the printable below, there is a page included with mix-up suggestions for your child to group together. Beyond those ideas, there are so many different ways to change it up yourselves for more practice!

For the snowman heads, they each have different hats and scarves on. The body has different colored buttons, each with a different number of buttons. And the bottoms each have their own design and color as well. So many fun options to put together!

winter math activities for preschoolers

Winter math activities for preschoolers

From the choices given, there are tons of combinations for your child to make, and many ways for you to quiz their knowledge. An example matchup would be as follows: make a snowman using the orange earmuffs, with four buttons, and a diamond bottom. There you have colors, counting, and shapes just from one simple activity! Snowman Preschool Activity

You’ll want to laminate the pieces to use over and over. We have already played with this activity many times as part of our preschool day, and it hasn’t gotten old yet! Bringing the fun of winter into the classroom is a perfect way to keep lessons relevant and exciting for kiddos.  

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Snowman Activities for Kids

This outrageously FUN Exploding Snowman is a fun winter science experiment for kids of all ages from toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and 2nd grade students. This STEM experiment is super simple to try using common materials you already have in your kitchen! Use this as a snowman activity to teach kids a little chemistry with this baking soda and vinegar experiment. Kids will have fun with this melting snowman where they will melt the snowman using a fun winter science experiment. This snowman activity is perfect for toddler, preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten to sneak in a fun winter STEM activity where they will build a snowman and then melt it with snow science experiments observing simple chemistry for kids. This outrageously FUN Exploding Snowman is a fun winter science experiment for kids of all ages from toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and 2nd grade students. This STEM experiment is super simple to try using common materials you already have in your kitchen! Use this as a snowman activity to teach kids a little chemistry with this baking soda and vinegar experiment.

Winter science activities for preschoolers

Looking for more fun winter science projects for kids? We’ve got lots of fun ideas for you to try!

 

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Snowman Printables

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Winter Printables

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Christine

Christine is the mama behind The Growing Creatives where she shares crafts/activities for kids and creative parenting ideas. She enjoys small town livin' while raising her 3 sweet kiddos, and recently started on a homeschooling journey with her oldest! Some of Christine's favorite non-mom-related activities (is there such a thing with 3 kids under 5?) include hiking, baking, and crafting. She loves encouraging her kids to grow their imagination, and hopes to inspire other parents to do the same!

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