My nephew, 4, is obsessed with Frozen. He loves Olaf! He loves to put 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, I bought him a fun Olaf pillow.
When I saw some awesome “Ice Princess” clipart over at Fairy Dream Land, I knew I needed to make him some learning pages. Of course, I then had to come share them with you.
In addition to my free printable, I asked my fellow bloggers to share some of their favorite Frozen-inspired posts. I am so excited to share them with you along with some other Frozen fun I found on Pinterest!
Frozen Printable for PreK/K
This fun printable pack has over 30 pages for your little one. This learning pack includes:
- handwriting pages
- counting practice
- graphing practice
- and more.
Other Frozen Fun 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.
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