If winter break cabin fever is starting to set in, we’ve got your back. We’ve rounded up 25 exciting (and free) printable activity sheets for kids that will make the days fly by. From mazes to bingo boards, there’s something for everyone. Scroll down to see them all, and get ready to put your printer to work!

Winter Dot Painting

This cute printable from The Resourceful Mama is sure to be a hit with your little ones. If you’ve got dot markers, they can fill them in with those, or you can use pom poms or regular markers. Snag the printable by clicking here.


Snowflake Shapes Worksheet

Kids can hone their color recognition and fine motor skills using this fun worksheet from MPM School Supplies. They’ll color in each shape according to the legend. To print it out, click here.

Winter I Spy

Stuck inside during a snowstorm? This I Spy game from Simple Play Ideas will be a lifesaver. It’ll put your kids’ finding and counting skills to the test. Click here download the printable.

Winter Color-by-Letter

Little ones can practice their alphabet while coloring wintry pictures with these fun color-by-letter worksheets from Trail of Colors. To grab a copy, click here.

Winter Pattern Mats

We love this printable from Life Over C’s that’s sure to keep the kids occupied for an afternoon. Once you’ve printed out the pieces, encourage your littles to create different patterns on their mats. Get the printable by clicking here.

Winter Word Search

If your kiddo’s got a handle on reading, you’ve got to use this word search printable from Real Life at Home. Hunker down by the fire while looking for words like reindeer and blizzard. To snag the printable, click here.

Winter Lacing Cards

Let the tots work on their fine motor skills with these cute lacing cards from Living Life and Learning. The set includes a snowflake, reindeer and gingerbread man—click here to get in on the fun.

Snowman Bingo Game

We love this print-and-play bingo game from Crazy Little Projects. You can use mini marshmallows as markers to fit the snowman theme. Get the printable by clicking here.

Winter Coloring Page

Keep it simple by printing out this fun coloring page from Trail of Colors. Kids will love decorating the mittens, hat, and scarf whether or not it’s snowing where you live. Click here to download the printable.

Snowman Shape Matching

Even if it doesn’t snow where you live, kids can still build a snowman thanks to this clever worksheet from Totschooling. Plus, they’ll get to practice matching shapes while they’re at it. Click here for the printable.

Fine Motor Skills Builder

Print out this page from You Clever Monkey to help your kids build their fine motor skills. Have them decorate the tree with playdough, buttons or small beads. You can even make it into a counting or alphabet game—to get all the details and print it out, click here.

Winter Activity Sheets

Cover all your bases with this set of activity sheets from Kids Activities Blog. There are mazes, spot-the-difference pages, word searches and more—enough to keep them busy all afternoon! Click here to get the pages.

Winter Scene Playdough Mats

To keep the kiddos occupied for an afternoon, print out and laminate this winter scene from Living Well Mom. Then they can get creative building and decorating snowballs and snowmen. To get the printable, click here.

Winter Gross Motor Movement Game

If you’re stuck inside on a cold day, this cool printable game from Gift of Curiosity will keep the boredom at bay. Print out the cards and place them on a cube (or just shuffle them in a stack)—each card directs kids to do a different action. Get the fun started by clicking here.

Winter Cutting Practice Symmetry Worksheets

Kids can sharpen their scissor skills and learn about symmetry with these cool worksheets from Itsy Bitsy Fun. Once they’re done cutting out the shapes, they can decorate them with markers or crayons too. To grab the worksheets, click here.

Snowman Number Match

How cute is this matching activity from A Little Dab of Glue Will Do? It’s a great way to get some extra math time in this winter. Get the printable by clicking here.

Snow Day Bingo

Keep the cabin fever away on your next snow day by trying out this genius twist on bingo from All Free Kids Crafts. Kids can cross out a bingo square for each activity they do, from drinking hot cocoa to having a dance party. Click here for the printable.

Winter Memory Game

Kids of all ages will love this memory game from Kids Activities Blog. Just print and cut out the winter-themed cards, then put their memory to the test. To snag the printable, click here.

Snowflake Fine Motor Activity

If your littles like playing with hole punches, this activity from Early Learning Ideas will definitely be a winner. They can go to town punching the holes, and then they can decorate their snowflakes with crayons or glitter glue. Grab the printable by clicking here.

Winter Spelling Activity

You don’t have to let winter break brain drain set in thanks to this awesome activity from The Measured Mom. Similar to a board game, it can be adapted to any word list. Click here for the printable.

Bundling Up for Winter

Check out this cute printable from Alex Brands—kids can help Monkey bundle up so he’s ready to go out into the cold. Click here to download it.

Winter Bucket List

Make your game plan for the rest of the season with this cool idea from 3Dinosaurs. There are versions available for kids to write their wishes down or to draw them out if they’re not writing yet. Click here to download the worksheet.

Winter Mazes

Perfect for preschoolers and kindergarteners, these wintry mazes from BrainyMaze are super fun. Each page includes a maze and a counting and writing activity. Click here to grab the printables.

Build a Snowman Worksheet

Here’s a fun activity from Education.com to help combat cabin fever—kids can color their own snowman, then cut out the pieces and glue them all together. To get the worksheet, click here.

Gingerbread Matching Game

Challenge your tot to find the two matching gingerbread men in this printable from Squishy-Cute Designs. Click here to grab this printable and lots of others, including coloring pages, word scrambles, Christmas jokes and rhyming word games.

How do you keep your little ones busy over winter break? Let us know in the Comments below.

—Susie Foresman

Feature photo courtesy Pixaby.


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