Are you looking for a Winter unit study that offers Icicles, snowballs, mittens, polar bears, and penguins? If you are looking for winter-themed crafts, activities, snacks, unit studies, science, and more you have landed in the right place. Find more unit study ideas to continue the learning fun.
Winter Unit Study
Just scroll on down and look for the topic you need, grab an activity or two from the list and create your own mini or full-sized Winter Unit Study to enjoy with your kids.
Everything you could possibly need to make a wonderful winter unit study is listed below!
Books for a Winter Unit Study
Snow/Snowflakes for your Winter Unit Study
From the uniquely amazing patterns of snowflakes to snow-dusted trees there is a little something for everyone.
Make sweet snowy memories with your children (even if you don't live anywhere near snow). It is easy to learn with your littles when you are both having so much fun.
Snowmen for your Winter lesson plan
Do you want to build a snowman? Or paint one? Make one from paper? Make a cookie one?
Here you will find all the snowman crafts, activities, and treats you could possibly need for your Winter Unit Study!
Ice/Icicles ideas for your Winter Unit Study
Brrrrr…All things ice, and drippy cold icicles are below, make and enjoy winter bath bombs, create beautiful works of art from colored ice blocks, and learn how to make ice melt faster!
Winter Animals to study and create for your Winter Unit Study
Help answer your child's questions like -How and why do animals hibernate? How do animals stay warm in winter?
Make adorable penguin cookies or make a winter animal paper chain to count down the days. If its winter and critters combined you will find something below to keep everyone occupied when indoors.
Everything else winter made it's way here, snacks, art, science, and so much more to top off your Winter Unit Study and keep the kids busy, learning, and happy!
Bundle up for these cute ideas and walk through the Winter Wonderland of fun while learning and discovering the beauty of winter.