With Christmas approaching (less than 2 weeks left!), we’ve spent a good portion of our preschool time focusing on winter activities.
That can be somewhat difficult however, when the weather just doesn’t want to cooperate 🙂
We’re patiently waiting for the temperatures to drop and snowflakes to fall but with the forecast calling for temperatures in the 50s for the next few days, I don’t see that happening.
But, we’re not about to let that get us down! If we can’t build a snowman outside, we’ll make our own indoors!
We’ve worked on colors quite a few times over the past few months but color matching games are always a lot of fun and I figure it never hurts to review!
With these adorable printable snowmen, we’ve colored every color in the rainbow! With black and brown thrown in for good measure 🙂
These are literally the simplest things ever to use and if your preschooler is anything like mine, they’re going to love them! If you’d like, you can certainly laminate them for a little added durability but I didn’t worry about it and it.
In the printable, you’ll find 8 different colored snowmen (black, brown, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple), all broken into 3 pieces.
All you need to do is print them off, cut them out, and let your child match them all up! I find printing them on card stock really helps but you could print them off of regular paper and be just fine.
You preschooler cannot only work on those pre-math skills by matching up all of the snowman pieces, but they’ll have the opportunity to start associating the color with the color word as well.
And what could be more fun than building a snowman?!