Enjoy the long winter months with these free printable winter activities and bucket lists. This is a great way to inspire creativity throughout the winter months in a fun way.
Winter is a magical time of year, filled with snowflakes, cozy nights by the fire, and plenty of opportunities for fun and adventure indoors or outdoors on a snow day. Whether you’re looking for activities to keep the kids entertained during winter break or searching for ways to make the most of the chilly weather, our free printable winter activities and bucket lists are here to help. From activity ideas to lists to make your own, these printable activities are designed to bring joy and excitement to your winter days.
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Why You’ll Love This Free Printable:
Grab kids of all ages and plan out the winter season. We have fun ideas and you can create your own winter plans customized to your preferences.
Endless Entertainment: Our free printable winter activities offer a wide range of options to keep everyone entertained. From snowman building to hot cocoa recipes, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Whether you’re a child or a child at heart, these activities are sure to bring a smile to your face.
Easy and Convenient: With just a few clicks, you can download and print our winter activity sheets from the comfort of your own home. No need to spend hours searching for ideas or buying expensive supplies. Our printables are ready to go, making it easy to jump right into the winter fun.
The fun winter printables include:
This printable bundle with a fun winter theme comes with nine different printable sheets. Here is what is included and ideas for how to use these fun activities:
List of Winter Activities:
These can be checked off on the printable as you do them or feel free to cut them up into cards.
Winter Activities Bucket List:
Make your own list of hands-on winter activities on this sheet. Use the list of activity ideas or inspiration or come up with your own.
Winter Game Alphabet Hunt:
Print a sheet for each player. And find winter words that start with each letter of the alphabet. You could just come up with the words and use a time limit or head outside and use this one as an alphabet scavenger hunt and listing the items you find in a winter wonderland. Or this is a great way to work on letter recognition and early literacy skills with younger children or little learners.
Winter Crafts Bucket List:
Think of all the crafts you could make using the winter theme. On long winter days pull out your craft list and pick one until you complete each great idea on your list.
Winter Cooking Bucket List:
Have younger and older children fill out or draw pictures of their favorite winter recipes. Then make them when looking for a fun activity.
Winter Science Bucket List:
Search the internet or pinterest together to find winter science projects. These can be done in really cold temperatures, using snow, or just fun ways to enjoy science during the winter with family members.
Winter Nature Bucket List:
Head out all bundled up and enjoy winter nature. Write out ideas of things you would like to complete in the nature during winter with these free printable winter worksheets. This is another good way to enjoy the outdoors and beautiful winter weather.
Winter Movies Bucket List:
After enjoying the outdoors, head back inside and cuddle up to watch a winter movie. Having a winter movie bucket list is a great addition to your winter fun. Instead of taking a long time to decide which movie to watch, have your winter list prepped and ready so it is easier to pick a movie, especially with young children.
Winter Books Bucket List:
Early learners and older kids can both have fun enjoying reading and improving their reading. Find books each child would like to read this winter and fill in the bucket list. In the box on the other side feel free to encourage them to draw a picture of the books they read to work on fine motor skills.
Variations for Using the Free Printable Winter Activities:
While our free printable winter activities are designed to be enjoyed as they are, there are also plenty of ways to get creative and add your own personal touch. Here are a few variations to consider:
Other Bucket Lists: Use the winter activities bucket list as templates for creating your own winter-themed themed bucket lists not include. Add in your own categories that aren’t included.
Winter Scavenger Hunt: Turn the Alphabet Hunt into a fun scavenger hunt by hiding winter-themed objects around your house or backyard. Give each participant a copy of the filled in list and have them search for the items on the list.
Common Questions about Free Printable Winter Activities:
Are the printables suitable for all ages?
Yes, our free printable winter activities are designed to be enjoyed by both children and adults. Whether you’re looking for activities to keep the kids entertained or want to relax and unwind with some coloring, there’s something for everyone.
Can I share the printables with others?
Absolutely! Feel free to share the link of this blog post with your friends and family, but do not distribute the actual printable files. These printable files are free for personal use only. Have the files sent directly to your inbox by entering your email in the box at the bottom of this post.
How to Use the Printable Winter Activities:
Using our free printable winter activities is as easy as 1-2-3. Here’s a step-by-step guide to get you started:
- Download the Printables: Visit our website and navigate to the free printable winter activities section. Click on the download button to save the files to your computer.
- Print the Activities: Once the files are downloaded, open them and print the activities on standard letter-sized paper. Make sure your printer settings are set to “fit to page” to ensure the entire activity is printed.
- Enjoy the Winter Fun: Grab your favorite coloring tools, gather your family or friends, and start enjoying the winter activities. Start filling out your bucket lists and playing.
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- Paper: Depending on the durability you want with your printables, consider printing on white card stock or high quality paper.
- Laminator: For printables you are planning to use over and over again, simply laminate and use dry erase markers to mark up the printables.
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Winter is a season of wonder and joy, and our free printable winter activities are here to help you make the most of it. From coloring pages to word searches, these printables offer endless entertainment for all ages. So grab your hot cocoa, cozy up by the fire, and let the winter fun begin. Download our free printable winter activities today and embrace the magic of the season.
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I’m Emily, a mom and wife with a passion for crafting, celebrating holidays, and creating memorable moments. From Idaho to the world, The Benson Street is a treasure trove of easy, fun DIY projects, delightful printables, and delicious recipes. With over a decade of experience in blogging and a love for all things seasonal, I’m here to share my tips, ideas, and occasional mishaps. Join me in adding a dash of joy and creativity to every day! Read more…