I don’t know about you, but sometimes it can seem a little difficult to keep up momentum during those long winter days. The plunging temperatures make it much harder to spend as much time outdoors and it’s easy to find yourself in just a little bit of a rut. I’m sure we’ve all been there at one point or another.

When there are long hours spent indoors, it becomes more important than ever to have plenty of activities on hand to keep little minds active. This is the very reason why we put together some handy activity sheets to incorporate the winter season into your homeschool!

These activity sheets are mostly aimed at the younger children, but we think the ‘Book Review’ and word search is something any older kids can enjoy too!  

Activity Sheets available (click on title to download PDF):

Color By Numbers

A fun way to improve fine motor skills, number and color identification, all while building on their ability to focus.

My Book Review

Plenty of books get read during those winter months, so why not make it even more educational by having your child write out their thoughts about each book?

Count and Color

A little something to help your child build on their number skills and have a little bit of wintery fun!

Winter Word Search

This activity sheet will help with spelling, vocabulary, as well as further improving working memory and problem solving skills!


  1. I am going to welcome a 2 year old girl to my home and I am looking for worksheets to use when I teach her. I am happy that I found this amazing website with free printables. Thank you!

  2. Jennifer Hagans

    I’m a new homeschooling mom and this is so helpful! I have a 3 and 5 year old. Keeping them away from electronic devices has been a struggle especially during the winter. Thank you for these simple but fun activities!

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