Winter weather is upon us here in North Carolina!
Even though we’re dreaming of snow, it’s not quite cold enough to snow…yet. We’re holding out hope for a few inches of snow in late January or February.
In the meantime, we’re working on lots of winter-themed activities, because learning always seems to be more fun when there’s a theme involved!
This week, we’ll do our writing assignments on these blank winter writing pages, just for a little change of pace.
Blank Winter Writing Pages
These blank writing pages are so easy to use and have many different possibilites.
Find an idea that appeals to you from the list below, print, and then have fun!
→ Write a short story
→ Draw a picture and then write a story
→ Use the colored picture as a writing prompt
→ Write the week’s spelling words
→ Brainstorm a list of winter vocabulary words
→ Write a winter-themed poem
→ Write an acrostic using ‘winter’ or ‘cold’
→ Write down a favorite winter recipe – a perfect way to introduce fractions, kitchen measurement, etc
→ Practice writing letters or numbers for Preschool or Early Kindergarten
Winter Writing Pages
You’ll find 16 blank writing pages included in this download:
• 3 pages with plain lines for older writers
• 3 pages with plain lines with space for your child to draw a picture
• 3 pages with elementary lines for younger writers
• 3 pages with elementary lines with space for drawing a picture
• 2 extra pages of lines for older writers and 2 pages for younger writers, each with a different border
Note that this printable packet is available for personal and classroom use.
More Winter Worksheets and Printables
Make sure you don’t miss these other Winter worksheets and printables!