Winter Theme Printables and Ideas

We have lots of printables to help little ones enjoy winter!  Snow, snowmen, penguins, arctic animals, snowballs, winter clothing, igloos, and even Frozen!  Tons of printable fun and other ideas to help you have some educational fun this winter with your kids.

Winter Theme Printables and Ideas


Do you have kids who like to color?  We have two sets of Winter Coloring Printables free to download and print!

Just Color Winter  Winter Coloring Printables

Want to do a bit of learning each day during one of the winter months?  Maybe try our Arctic and Antarctica Calendar Connections {free}.  If you like the version that prints front to back and has the eBook to go along, you could purchase Let’s Explore The Arctic and Antarctica Premium Bundle.

Arctic and Antarctica Calendar Connections  Arctic Bundle

We love our Winter Fun Sensory Bin each year and making Indoor Snow is easy and super fun!

Winter Fun Sensory Bin  Homemade Snow


Have some Q-tip painting fans?  We have a few sets to choose from: Winter Clothing Q-Tip Painting, The Mitten Q-Tip Painting, and Frozen Q-Tip Painting.

Winter Clothing Q-Tip Painting Printables  The Mitten Q-Tip Painting Printables  Frozen Printables Q-Tip Painting

If The Mitten is a favorite book of yours, be sure to check out our free The Mitten Printables and The Mitten Letter Mazes.

The Mitten Printables  The Mitten Letter Mazes


Want to have some bath time fun with your little one?  Try Snowballs in the Bath, and read all about how this is not something I normally do.

Snowballs in the bath

Snow Painted Snowmen are a super fun winter craft.


Looking to create a winter theme for your tot or preschooler?  See what we did when my daughter was younger: I is for Igloo Winter Tot School Theme, and Winter Theme Preschool Fun.

Tot School Printables I is for Igloo  Home-Preschool-Winter-Theme


Grab our free Winter Fun easy readers!  We have a color version for digital devices, or a black and white printable to color!

Winter Fun Digital Easy Reader  Printable Winter Fun Easy Reader


We love Q-tip Painting and have a fun winter themed setSnowman sequencing is fun for tots and preschoolers, we have two sets in color and BW!

Winter Fun Q-Tip Painting Printables  Snowman Sequencing Printables


Winter Books for Kids

Looking for even more ideas?  Be sure to visit our Winter Printerest board!

Follow {1plus1plus1} Carisa’s board Winter Theme on Pinterest.

Just Color! ~ Winter Fun

The idea behind Just Color! is simple ~ theme packs all focused around coloring. There are mostly coloring pages, and a few coloring activities. The coloring pages are all in one download to make it easier to download and print all at once, in case you have coloring monsters like I do!

I just added a new Winter Fun Coloring set! This set features penguins, kids having fun in the snow, winter clothing, and winter sports!

Winter Coloring Printables

Remember, if you want to make a mini coloring book, you can always scale down PDF files! If you have any problems downloading or printing these or other PDF files, see troubleshooting tips here.

We also have 1 other Winter Coloring set…

Just Color Winters


Looking for more Winter Theme fun?

Winter Theme Pinterest Board

Winter Theme Collection

Winter Theme Printables & More

Winter Theme Collection


I am gathering a wide collection of free printables within certain themes. In order to better organize these online, I have created theme blog posts for the themes I have created many printables for!  Links to these pages in the top navigational bar labeled “Theme Printables” so you can jump to them easily.


In this post, I will direct you to the page where the file is hosted on my website or blog, since they are in various places! I hope this helps you find things within themes! I will try to gather anything I have done, created, or posted about surrounding this theme. Slowly I am adding more blog posts like this to help you find everything for the major themes we have done and will do.

The Arctic & Antarctica Calendar Connections



Let’s Explore The Arctic & Antarctica Bundle


Winter Sensory Bin


Hibernation Songs


P is for Penguin Color by Number


Winter Tot Pack


Letter Crafts {from Totally Tots}

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Penguin Lapbook


Winter Snacks {from Totally Tots}

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Winter Bible Verse


Raising Rock Stars Family Night ~ Snowflake Theme


“The Hat” Story Props & More


“The Mitten” Story Props & More


 Snow Painted Snowmen

Snow Painted Snowmen

Use white glue, and white shaving cream to make puffy “snow” paint!


Winter Books & More…


Are you on Pinterest?


You can check out my Winter Finds here!

Looking for More?

Ocean Printables & More

Bug Printables & More

Pond Life Printables & More

Rainforest Printables & More

Camping Printables & More

Pirate Printables & More

Apple Printables & More

Fall Printables & More

Pumpkin Printables & More

Monster Printables & More

Thanksgiving Printables & More

Christmas Printables & More

Raising Rock Stars Preschool ~ Letter Pp

Raising Rock Stars Preschool Letter P

This is the main section of our preschool posts-focusing on what we do for our
Raising Rock Stars Preschool Curriculum. I am not sharing photos of each part every week, just what I happen to catch! We do the entire unit even if I don’t show it here in the photos!

Our letter this week ~ Pp, our verse: Praise the Lord!  For it is good to sing praises to our God!Pp

As he cut out each vocab card this week, I had him insert it into the cube.  We then used the cube to teach Ladybug the words!IMG_5511

Practicing his P…IMG_5694

Working hard on his craft.  First I had him choose 3 colors and color the music notes.  Then I cut them out and had him sort them by color,IMG_5698We made a few patterns together and then glued one onto the strip.IMG_5702

Ladybug joined him as he worked on his PowerPoint lesson.  His favorite portion is still the counting section.  He is really excited to get to 20!


Here’s the photo of his work from the week before I cleared it off {links to the non-RRSP sheets are below}!IMG_6106

{top left: penguin dot paint, top right: penguin color by number}


The Power Point lessons are located in the Members Only section. You can see a video here showing a PowerPoint lesson. You can learn more about the Members Only section here. The entire printable unit {everything else you see pictured above} is available for FREE on the main RRSP page…

You can download the entire letter Pp unit here.

 RRSP Pp lesson plan is also on the same webpage!

Pp Lesson Plan  Included is our exact plan {although I stray from my plan often}, with links to everything we used. Page 2 is blank in case you don’t do exactly what we do!

in the box

{A few things that were in his preschool workboxes for the week, not all activities are pictured}

He worked on his P is for Popcorn Play Doh pageIMG_5804

Colored his P is for penguin color-by-number page.  I am sharing the webpage for these even though it is incomplete.  You can see the ones I have available currently here.IMG_5618

We made a P is for Penguin alphabet craftIMG_6074

We practiced writing BIG letters on our easel {it’s from Ikea}IMG_5621

He asked for his Batman Preschool Pack one day so we dug it out and had fun reviewing many of the materials!IMG_5514

We worked with his Alphabet Box again {thanks Counting Coconuts}, using 2 new sounds. I made a HUGE mistake and didn’t think at all about the ending sounds and really confused him with words like: soaP, and souP.  Poor guy was so confused when he sounded them out!  Isolating beginning and/or ending sounds is hard for him at this stage, so I wish I would have made it less frustrating for him at this point.  But we laughed it off and I helped him.  I have a video of him working on this coming soon!IMG_6060

The flash cards are from the preschool program {Little Lincoln} he uses through our cyber school {although I don’t write about it because I am not very fond of it and am really doing my own thing as you can tell}.  The flash cards are great though and we love using those.  When I find time, I will share why I am not entirely fond of the program, I just don’t have time for an in depth post about it now.


He doesn’t often choose blocks on his own; he prefers heroes, swords and such.  I “assigned” him Rainbow Blocks  time one day and he had a great time building! This was a rocket.IMG_5627



Moms favThe boys are taking Karate with a local homeschool group and LOVING it!!!  I love his little tongue in his cheek, every time he kicks! 😉IMG_5905


More Preschool Links…

Be sure to visit Preschool Corner to see all of the other amazing home-preschool moms!

Do you have a blog post featuring this unit-RRSP Letter Pp? Link your exact post below, choose a thumbnail showing the program in action for your link!

~any non-RRSP Letter Pp posts will be deleted.

Penguins ~ Lapbook

We have had our lapbook done for awhile but I didn’t get around to getting the pictures and links up until now! Here is the link to the original Little Laplinks post which now has the photos and links added to the bottom!