If you are looking for Winter Activities for Preschoolers, this is the list for you! So much fun to be had with these 5 simple activities!
Whipped Cream Sensory Table Winter Activity
Set Up: set out a tray with toy trucks, cover with whipped cream or shaving cream
What Next? Let your little one drive, explore, and have a blast with vehicles in whipped cream or shaving cream! Whipped cream makes this taste for all ages, and shaving cream may result in less sugar intake. 😉
Bonus: read a book about snow while your kids play. They will listen, learn, and make meaningful connections in the brain!
Magic Snowflake Painting Kids’ Activity
Set Up: draw on paper with white crayon (press hard), and then paint with watercolors. The paint will not appear where the crayon was drawn – magic!
Bonus: Also super fun for practicing letters, finding sight words, math skills, and anything else you can dream up!
Frozen Snow Sensory Table for Kids
Set Up: lay towels under the sensory table to catch spills! Fill up a bin with snow, and bring the fluffy stuff inside. Add toys like Frozen characters, penguins, polar bears, or anything else.
Winter Trains Kids’ Activity
Set Up: grab any leftover holiday decorations, blue magnetic tiles, blue duplo legos, or any other blue/icy toys.
What Next: let your kids set up a winter wonderland for their trains.
(This is a great way to make old favorite toys feel NEW and exciting!)
Snow Painting Activity for Kids
Set Up: Fill a bin with snow, fill cups with water + food coloring, and get out pipettes/eye droppers.
What Next: let your kids explore painting images, mixing colors
(This is great for building fine motor strength!)
Thank you for reading!! Have fun with these Winter Activities for Preschoolers – hope they get you a little fun on a chaotic day!