Winter is coming soon! I’m so excited to share my favorite Winter Drawing Ideas with you. This printable list of seasonal drawing for kids prompts will encourage your little learners to get creative and have fun this winter.
These printable drawing prompts are perfect for creative learning fun and practice using imagination all winter long. Winter drawing prompts for kids encourage little learners to create cute seasonal drawings while learning all about winter too.
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Plus, I’ll share some of my favorite winter art projects for kids to extend the learning fun and enjoy the season as well. Keep reading to get your cute winter drawing ideas list and some easy winter art projects to help make learning fun all year long.
My Printable Winter Drawing Ideas
Thinking about what to draw can be a big challenge for kids and adults too. Staring at a blank page can be overwhelming sometimes. To eliminate the anxiety of the blank page, I’ve put together a list of winter drawing ideas you can use to explore all kinds of fun winter themes with your little learners this season.
You can use this printable drawing ideas list to explore different techniques and mediums with your little learners too. Check out some of the fun winter ideas on my printable drawing list:
- Frozen Lake
- Hot Cocoa
- Pine Tree
- Polar Bear
That’s not all! There are 30 creative winter ideas included in this drawing idea list. Print and post this list to your fridge as a challenge for the whole family to participate, challenge your extended family to join in the fun, or draw one each day all season long.
Winter Art Projects for Kids
The changing of seasons can be a wonderful source for exploring creativity and self-expression with your littles. I’m a big fan of using process art projects to explore and create with my kids all year long.
Process art is perfect for little learners because it focuses on the creation process, not the finished product. Check out my favorite winter process art ideas and seasonal art projects for kids to get started on your creative journey this season.
Icicle Painting for Kids
Practice creative thinking, problem-solving, and fine motor skills while learning about ice and snow with this Icicle Painting for Kids process art activity.
There are so many fun ways to explore ice and snow with your little learners this winter. Create a snow sensory bin, make colored ice, and so much more with your preschoolers and kindergartners this January.
Snowstorm Winter Process Art
Encourage creative thinking and fine motor skills with this Snowstorm Winter Process Art activity. You’re definitely not going to want to miss it!
Exploring weather events like snowstorms through art is a great way to make winter weather less scary for kids. It’s also a lot of hands-on creative fun for your little learners this winter.
More Winter Story Time Inspiration
It’s no secret that I love reading aloud to my little learners. Reading aloud to kids is the very best way to help them build important early literacy skills, develop print awareness, and fall in love with books at an early age.
During the winter months, the weather sometimes keeps us indoors more than normal, so it’s the perfect time of year to read lots of great picture books together. Check out some of our family favorites with your kids this season:
- Over and Under the Snow* by Kate Messner
- The Snowy Day* by Ezra Jack Keats
- A Winter Walk in the City* by Cathy Goldberg Fishman
- The Story of Snow* by Jon Nelson, Ph.D
What’s your favorite winter story to read aloud with little learners? Do you have winter art projects and drawing ideas I didn’t mention?
Share your favorite books and activities for the winter season in the comment section. I can’t wait to read about all your favorite fun ideas and try a few with my kids this winter too!
Winter Drawing Ideas
You’ll receive one printable that includes a list of 30 winter drawing ideas.
Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best mama judgement when planning activities for your little kids.
I hope you enjoy using these drawing ideas with your little kids as much as I enjoyed creating them with mine.
This is a digital product. You will receive a PDF only.
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