Winter Kindergarten Literacy Worksheets and Activities No Prep
This book contains a collection of literacy worksheets suitable for use with children in Kindergarten during the winter season.
** American and Australian spelling included **
Winter Kindergarten Literacy Worksheets and Activities Contents:
Winter syllables? (3 pages)
Children say the name of each picture and show how many syllables each word contains by coloring the correct circle. Dot paints can also be used for this worksheet.
Winter hat and mittens upper and lower case match (6 pages)
Children match the lowercase letter on the mitten to the upper case letter shown on the hat by coloring the correct pair.
Winter beginning sounds (2 pages)
Children determine the beginning sound for each word and color a circle to show their answer. Dot paints can also be used for this worksheet.
Winter beginning blends
Children determine the beginning blend for each word and color a circle to show their answer. Dot paints can also be used for this worksheet.
CVC words – write the missing beginning and ending sounds
Children write the missing beginning and ending letters to make the CVC words for each picture.
Mystery Winter CVC word
Children start by writing the beginning sound for each of the pictures in one row. Once the row has been completed, they will have written a CVC word. Children read the mystery word, then, to demonstrate comprehension, they match it to the correct picture on the right side of the page.
Wintery sound position (beginning /middle /end)
Children say the sound of the letter identified at the start of the row and identify its position for the 3 pictures that follow by coloring the corresponding circle.
Hot chocolate word family cut and paste (5 pages)
Children cut the words and pictures from the bottom of the page and paste them next to the correct word family cup or mug.
Write the CVC words
Children say the name of the picture and write the sounds they hear.
Long and short vowel cut and paste sort (5 pages)
Children cut the pictures from the bottom of the page and paste them in the correct column to show which words contain short and long vowels.
Color by sight words (4 pictures)
Children used the code on each page to color the Spring-themed pictures.
Mystery sight words
Children start by writing the beginning sound of each picture in the circles underneath them. Once an entire row has been completed, they will have written a sight word. Children read the mystery sight word and write it on the line.
Missing Winter sight words
Children use the picture clues in the first box to work out what the sentence is about. They then complete each of the sentences by writing the most suitable sight word from the top box on each line.
Write the missing word
Children use the picture clues in the first box to work out what the sentence is about. They then complete each of the sentences on the page by selecting and writing the correct word on the lines.
Winter reading comprehension
Children read a short story and answer the comprehension questions by coloring the correct circle.
Label the arctic animals and Winter pictures(3 pages)
Children cut the labels from the bottom of the page and paste them in the correct spot to label the contents of the page.
Color the Winter pictures
Children read each sentence and color the pictures accordingly.
Winter Build-a-Word vocabulary booklet (16 words)
Print the pages you wish to use and assemble the booklet by cutting each page in half, then stapling together on the left side where indicated. Make sure NOT to cut off the section with the letter tiles! (Children need that section to build the word on the page.) Children trace the word on the page, build it using the letter tiles and then color the picture.
Happy Teaching 🙂