Homeschooling in Winter can be a drag….
I don’t know about you, but I find it hard to homeschool during the winter months. Our studies start to feel a little bit boring and monotonous. The days are colder and darker. It’s during the winter months that I feel like we need to change things up a bit, add some fun projects, crafts, or games to our day.
In light of the winter season that is now surrounding us here in BC, Canada where we live, I wanted to share a list of some fun, winter homeschool freebies that you might like to incorporate. Perhaps it will help you to get through the Winter Homeschool Slump.
Winter Word Puzzles (word searches) – from treevalleyacademy.com
Winter Scavenger Hunt Printable – from tablelifeblog.com
Arctic and Inuit Unit Study (free lapbook) – from tinasdynamichomeschoolplus.com
Winter Season Unit Study (free lapbook) – from tinasdynamichomeschoolplus.com
Winter Playdough Mats – from rockyourhomeschool.net
Winter Memory Game – from rockyourhomeschool.net
Winter Nature Scavenger Hunt – from susanevans.org
Snow Unit Study – from thewolfepackden.com
The Science of Snow, Winter Unit Study – from heartandsoulhomeschooling.com
Preschool Snowman Printable Activity Packet – from wheredmysanitygo.com
Winter Tracing Worksheets – from chattingwithchai.com
Winter Bucket List BINGO – from homeschoolgardens.com
I hope you’re able to use some of these great winter homeschool freebies to breathe some fresh air back into your homeschool during these winter months!
I made this cute January calendar printable just for you! Have your child trace the word January and color the rest of the page for a fun and simple activity! Just join my newsletter to receive it free, plus you’ll also get the password to my free resource library in the first newsletter so keep an eye out for that as well!