Do you want to build a snowman?
That’s what your kids will be singing as they work on this fun Frozen printable, and all of the fun activities I’ve rounded up.
My nephew was obsessed with Frozen when it came out a few years ago. He loved Olaf! He also enjoyed putting towels and blankets around his neck like Elsa and sing Let it Go and Do You Want to Build a Snowman. So, for his birthday one year, I bought him a fun Olaf pillow.
Then, when I discovered this fun Frozen-themed clipart, I knew I needed to create a learning pack with it!
Frozen Printable for PreK/K
In this fun 30+ page preschool learning pack, you’ll find handwriting pages, counting practice, tic-tac-toe, and more.
>Download your FROZEN PACK here.<
Other Frozen Activities I Thought You’d Enjoy
- Make Olaf out of felt so your little ones can build a snowman of their own.
- Mix up a batch of this Frozen slime. Have fun while adding a little science to your day.
- How fun are these Olaf tees that your kids can make with just a little help from you.
- These Frozen counting pages are perfect for little learners.
- Create a Frozen sensory bin for your toddler or preschooler.
- Print out these Frozen-themed ABC cards.
- Teach numbers and place value with these free printable pages.
- Get creative with these fun Frozen writing prompts.
- Motivate your kids to do their chores with these free Frozen chore charts.
- Save those cardboard tubes to make a cardboard tube Olaf.
- Little ones will love making their own glitter heart recycled crayons.
- Gather up some Frozen figurines to make a Frozen mind jar.
- Make snow crystals just like Elsa.
- A batch of Frozen erupting snow will keep little ones entertained on cold winter afternoons.
- Little ones will enjoy shaking up their Olaf snow globes.
- Give your kids Frozen powers with these fun science experiments.
- Do you want to build a snowman? You can with this free Olaf printable.
- I love this Bible Study for kids based on the movie.
- Here are ten different ways to make fake snow.
- Have a little science fun with this Olaf States of Matter mini book.