My children enjoy spending time coloring! How about yours? We have decided to put together another set of coloring pages for you and they are free to download. This time we have winter coloring pages for your kids. Perfect for those gloomy winter days when kids are stuck inside!
What is included?
We added 10 coloring pages with winter theme:
- boy in winter clothes
- little bird with a scarf
- winter hat
- a pair of winter gloves
- a scarf
- little bear
- ice scates
Since little kids (toddlers and preschoolers) get easily overwhelmed when coloring pages are too complex, these winter coloring pages with a single object will be perfect for them.
USE OUR FREE WINTER COLORING PAGES MULTIPLE TIMES!
If you switch from crayons to watercolors or from pens to poster paint, you can make use of the same coloring pages multiple times.
Here are few ideas how to make coloring pages more interesting:
- ask a child to invert colors – for example, make upside down rainbow
- use an art tool they never used before (like chalk markers or watercolor brush pens)
- ask them to color with their fingers (use washable finger paint or washable stamp pads)
EXTEND THE PLAY WITH THE BOOK ABOUT WINTER
A twist on a favorite nursery rhyme Itsy Bitsy Spider! Sing along as you read and make it a fun experience for toddlers. Little ones will love this fresh winter spin on a classic nursery rhyme, as one little snowman sleds through a winter wonderland.
Toddlers love to hear stories about animals and especially, they find baby animals interesting and adorable. Well, we adults are the same! Babies in the snow is a lovely book introducing arctic animals including polar bears, whales, caribou, walruses, seals, and more. It is a nice little lift-a-flap book with super cute animals and easy for them to interact while you read aloud to them.
WHAT ELSE CAN A CHILD DO IN WINTER?
Here are few suggestions for your toddlers and preschoolers:
- bring snow indoors and have fun painting snow
- make a torn paper snowflake (great for fine motor skills!)
- enjoy winter themed sensory bin when it’s too cold to go outside!