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Winter – Teacher Resources

Celebrate the season of winter, with our lesson plans, printables, activities, and resources. Whether you want to know more about snow, the cold, or December Holidays, we have the resources you need. We have free, printable worksheets so your students can forecast cold winter weather, learn about the uniqueness of snowflakes, and research the deadliest blizzard in American history. You can also integrate the winter holidays into your curriculum. When it comes to the coldest months of the year – we've got you covered!

Educational Videos

Winter Solstice – Videos & Activities


Animal Tracks: Who Done It?
Winter Crossword Puzzle
Winter Solstice Activities
Tree Pattern
I Dreamed I Was a Snowman Poetry Pack
Snowflakes Poem
A Growing Snowflake
More Winter Printables

Lesson Plans

How Can You Make a Thermometer?
Weather Station
Winter Holidays
Bird Feeders
Herbs in the Classroom
Let It Snow!
Glacial Pressure
More Winter Lesson Plans


Winter Games Historical Facts Quiz
Types of Snow Quiz
Winter Word Problems Quiz

Science Activities

Winter Solstice – Videos & Activities
Types of Snow
Holiday Ornaments & Decorations Slideshow
Seasons Printables Slideshow
Groundhog Day Videos & Activities
Jan Brett's Winter Books
Winter Olympic Sports Word Search (Difficult)
More Winter Activities for Science Class

Social Studies Activities

Martin Luther King, Jr. Videos & Activities
Snowman Mobile
Chart of Winter Olympic Games Statistics
America's Most Decorated Winter Olympic Athletes
It's Winter Weather
Welcome Spring
Winter Holidays Chart
More Winter Social Studies Activities

Reading & Language Arts Activities

Science Reading Warm-Up: Mammals
Snow Activity Guide
Hibernation Report Outline
The Snow Kids
Quotations from Winter Poems
Winter Holiday Contract: Grades 4-6
Winter Holiday Contract
More Winter Reading & Language Arts Activities

Art & Music Activities

Explaining the Winter Solstice
Winter Math & Art Bulletin Board
Susie the Snowlady
Snowflake Card
Fun in the Snow
A Winter Tree
Snowflake Ornament
A Teacher's Guide to Books Written by Nancy Carlson
Winter Coloring Page
Animal Tracking Song
Torn-Paper Snow Pictures
Spray Leaf Pattern
Penguin Puppet
Wintertime Fun
Winter Holiday Bookmarks
Beaded Snowflakes
Sponge-Painted Snowman

Winter Holidays

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Martin Luther King Jr Resources for Teachers
New Year's – Teacher Resources
Valentine's Day – Teacher Resources

Weather Activities

Global Warming: A Glossary of Terms
Popular Weather Activities for Science Class
Popular Earth Science Lesson Plans
The Uncertainties of Global Warming
Winter Word Problems
Global Warming: What Is the Climate System?
Weather Terms
More Weather Resources for Teachers

Other Seasons

Autumn Teacher Resources
Seasons – Teacher Resources
Spring – Teacher Resources
Summer - Teacher Resources

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