Kindergarten Winter Center Activities includes winter sentences and math! Search this websiteActivities for Kindergarten Winter Centers!614shares614Here are some kindergarten winter center activities, including literacy and math centers! Perfect for those cold days when everyone wants to stay inside! Here in Colorado, we have blue skies for miles! Despite the snow on the ground, it is a short-sleeves-kind-of-day!Kindergarten Winter Center ActivitiesHere are some fun and predictable math activities for winter.In this center, students are writing the numbers in order. We have had this activity in our math centers for months, but each month, we increase the numbers we are working on.This math activity asks students to sort and count the arctic animals. Then they record that number on their response page.Students are working on making 10 in this math center. Again, we practice this math skill every month in kindergarten, but a winter theme sure makes it more engaging and students look forward to this activity during center time.This winter activity has students counting and subtracting their winter friends!You can find these winter center activities as part of the year-long bundle. Kindergarten Math Centers: Fun with dice!These dice can be found . They add the extra fun factor that keeps your kindergarten centers fun, even in winter! I have made the sight word cards editable so you can add your own words.You can find this winter center activity as part of the year-long bundle. Kindergarten Winter Center Activities: Sentence building and writingWe learn how to use this as part of our group learning way back in August. Once we learn the activities, we can work independently at this station. Each month we just swap out the sentences and vocabulary words in this center. We love the support of these provides.The “I Can” Card sure helps with student independence.You can find this winter center activity as part of the year-long bundle. There you have it! Here are just a few of our kindergarten winter center activities!Want to know more about how I manage my centers and what a typical week looks like? Related posts:Some Fall Fun Plus FREEBIE!Math Work Stations Blog Party Chapter 3Winter Math Stations614shares614Reader InteractionsGet More Updates!Sign up to get exclusive updates & tips! First Name... Enter your email address... Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Current * Leave this field empty Primary SidebarSearch this websiteFeatured Freebie2 Month FREE Trial Join our Facebook Group FREE Curriculum Map, Mentor Text List, and MORE Curriculum guide, Lily unit, mentor texts, and more Subscribe to be the first to know! 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