Winter is fun because there are hot chocolates and marshmallows, and the kids can play in the snow all day.
No, this activity won’t take much time for you to prepare.
Imagine your plates are full and you forgot to prepare anything for your kids. No worries. Just print the printable pages, and you’re good to go.
There are many different options of fine motor activities to help your kids with cutting skills, visual discrimination, and eye-hand coordination.
Let us walk through the activities included.
Your kids will get to sort by size, type, colors and emotions.
All of these sorting will get your kids to practice their scissors cutting skills, pasting skills (eye-hand-coordination) and sorting skills.
But if you’re yet to allow your kids to use the scissors, you can pre-cut for them.
Sort by Size
Let’s sort the hot cocoa & all Winter things by size.
The columns have hints, which are for the big items and which are for the small items.
Your kids gonna love it.
Sort by Emotions
Also great to introduce your kids to emotion vocabulary.
Your kids will love to sort all the snowflakes & mittens accordingly.
Sort by Color
Let’s sort the ice skates & mittens correspondingly.
Sort by Types
It’s fun to sort the Winter stuff by their types. There are mittens, hot chocolates, mittens and trees.
Did you know that shapes are among the first introduction to ABC letters for young learners?
In this Winter-themed unit, your kids will get to trace some shapes and do some shape matching.
Let’s take a peek.
Let’s trace some shapes with the Winter things.
Fun Tips: You can draw fun faces in the shapes too! Or color in the shapes.
Let’s cut the shapes and paste them accordingly.
Cutting & Matching Activities
Your scissors-obsessed kids would love these activities, where they gotta cut cut cut and paste some more.
There are snowglobe & ice skate to cut.
This is perfect for young toddlers. Just cut and find the matching pictures.
Uh-oh, can you guess which picture belongs to which shadows?
All the puzzles are scrambled, making it super easy for you to prepare – you don’t have to pre-cut anything, your kids will do all the cutting independently.
There are also empty boxes to guide your kids to paste on their completed puzzles.
Fun Tips: Make it a race, who got all puzzles completed first is the winner.
Let’s copy some fun patterns and complete some Winter patterns.
You can use this with dot markers, or dot stickers, or fancy Winter stickers, or simply let your kids color in the dots.
This activity is perfect for visual discrimination & eye-hand coordination.
We’re going to do some simple letter activities that are mostly about letter recognition with some baby turkeys.
Letter Cut and Paste
Your young learners will love this.
All they have to do is cut all the letters and paste them on the cute pictures.
Let’s get the letters sorted
It’s time for fun Winter activities!
Shop Winter-themed Activity Packet
Let’s grab your scissors and glue, it’s time for fun Winter fine motor activities.
Perfect for independent use.