This Winter Writing Center Activity is a great winter-themed way to get your little learners writing! This writing activity will help improve penmanship, writing structure, and paragraph construction.
In the cold winter months, it can seem like winter drags on. After Christmas, it’s tough to find engaging ways to excite my students about learning, so I love using this Winter Writing Center.
These free printable worksheets are great for students who are starting to learn the basics of writing. They encourage penmanship, improve vocabulary, and help beginner writers feel confident.
This Winter Writing Center is a great way to introduce creative writing or expository writing. Students will be able to write using rich vocabulary words which will improve their descriptive writing.
This printable writing center is one of my favorite ways to celebrate the coming of winter and is a great addition to a winter-themed study unit.
Your students will enjoy writing, drawing, and coloring their way through winter with this fun printable writing center!
Connect to this writing center with these winter books for little learners, or even some of these fun winter crafts! If you want some hands-on science, utilize these winter STEM activities. We love this winter tree craft for a creative snack too!
Don’t forget to check out all of our Literacy Activities for more great learning tools for your students.
This printable Winter Writing Center Activity comes with:
- 4 pages of winter-themed writing prompt words
- 2 lined writing pages with a picture section
- 2 lined writing pages without a picture section
How to Use This Printable Writing Center:
Download the Winter Writing Center by clicking on the button at the bottom of the page.
Open the PDF document and print which versions you’d like your students to use.
Below is how your Winter Writing Center will look when it’s printed out.
You can use these words in a few different ways. Encourage students to use specific words in their writing, have them write using just one word as a prompt, or give each student a different word to use in their writing.
Cut out the words along the black lines and set aside to laminate so you can use year after year.
These winter words are the perfect size for little hands, but are also big enough to put up on a word wall for students to see while they write.
You can have your students draw a picture using the prompt words, illustrating what they plan to write about.
This is a great way to help students who have a hard time thinking of what to write about.
You could encourage them to write a silly story or a realistic fiction story or an expository paragraph writing sentences about what they see during the winter.
Either way, your students will have so much fun writing this winter!
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Make writing fun with this Winter Writing Center Activity, and make writing a blast for your students!