Winter is always hard at our house. Most days it’s just too cold to go outside and the baby can’t go out too long even if it is bearable for my older children. So today, I am featuring some Winter Themed Learning Activities for Kids! You can give your children a head start and beat the winter blues at the same time.
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an Arctic Science Experiment and a Stained Glass Window Project!
Want to give your child a head start?
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This week’s featured posts…
Roll a Monster Snowman!
Make counting and adding fun with this craft and learning activity.
Creating Colorful Icicles
Turn the cold weather into an awesome science experiment!
Have you read “The Mitten” by Jan Brett? It is a magical winter story about a boy who loses a mitten. Read the book, and then play this game that teaches children color recognition and strengthens their memory.
Free Groundhog Day Early Reader
My daughter loves these early readers. She wants to do one everyday. This one is free, but you can access even more from Enchanted Homeschooling Mom’s Members Only Site!
Simple Reading Nook
Motivate your kids to read with this cozy reading nook.
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Shaunna @ Fantastic Fun and Learning says
Thanks so much for featuring our Night Sky Reading Nook. It was a very magical space that the kids loved! I hope others enjoy it, too!
Thanks for hosting this wonderful party. I adore the activities that you have highlighted this week! I cannot wait to read more of the ideas that are linked up.
Andie Jaye says
thanks for hosting!!
Diana - FreeStyleMama says
Thanks for hosting!
Maria Dolores Lopez Godoy says
Thanks for hosting. Kisses from Spain.
Debbie @ http://kidsbibledebjackson.blogspot.com/ says
Thanks so much for hosting!
Thanks for the feature! 😀
Tammy @ housing a forest says
Thanks for the feature:)
I like the mitten idea! I will do that in my pre-k class.