The cold weather is upon us here in the U.S. This chilliness calls for cozy hats, even cozier sweaters, and super-fun winter craftivities for little hands! Your students will love the cold-weather fun that’s packed into these projects, and you’ll love that they reinforce skills in math, science, ELA, and more. Simply brrr-illiant!

Winter Buddies- Craft and Writing Templates
by Miss Kindergarten Love

1Have your students write about what they like to do in the winter, or use their five senses for descriptive writing.

Winter Craftivity & Worksheets (especially for SLPs!)
by Teaching Talking

2This packet contains all the materials to ensure your students work on their language goals as they make the cute snowman craftivity!

Snowmen at Night Glyph with Writing Options
by Glyph Girls

4 Your students will have a blast creating these fabulous snowmen, interpreting data, and displaying their creative writing this winter!

Winter Craftivity
by All Students Can Shine

3This Winter Bear craftivity is perfect for the cold winter months! Your students will love all the fun activities that come with this cute craft.

How to Make Hot Chocolate Flipbook Craftivity
by Adventures and Teaching


This is a great writing craft to use during the winter season. This is also an excellent sequencing writing activity!

Playful Penguins! { craftivity and printables }
by Just Wild About Teaching

2This bundle is such a great way to supplement with your penguin unit. Your little ones will love making the craft and the printables that go along with it.

Winter Craft: Snowman
by Krazy for Kindyland

4 “I love when I have things I can do with my 2-year-olds and my pre-k students. It was absolutely adorable when finished!” – a comment by Kathleen M.

Polar Bear Buddy {Winter Craftivity, Writing & Printables}
by Stephanie Stewart

3This pack includes a craft, five writing options, and a variety of fun activities to complete with your class this winter! You can pick and choose which activities are best suited for your classroom.

Winter Craft and Activities for the Intermediate Grades
by Middle Grades Maven

1   “I really enjoyed using these ideas with my third graders! They loved it! Thanks!” – a comment by Shellye M.


“Art in the classroom not only spurs creativity, it also inspires learning.” – Mickey Hart, musician