The tiniest tots can get outside on the ice and learn to ice skate! It’s a wonderful wintertime sport that the whole family can enjoy together! Whether you live in the north and can go ice skating outdoors or in the south where you can ice skate indoors, every family should take time to try out ice skating together! Afterwards your kids will have fun using these Ice Skating Notebooking and Coloring Pages in memory of a fun-filled family day!
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Check out my friend’s other wintertime printables below!
Wintertime Kids Organization and Cleaning Checklist – The Multi Taskin Mom
Winter Counting with Snowflakes and Ice Skates – Homeschool Preschool
Ice Skating Free Printable Worksheets – Learning 2 Walk
Ice Skating Emergent Readers – In All You Do
Winter Notebooking Pages by Living Life and Learning
Ice Skating Notebooking Pages by In All You Do
Arctic Unit Study and Sensory Bin by A Sip of Southern Sunshine
Build a Snowman Sensory Play by Stephanie Rose Knows
Writing Frosty Winter Poetry by Classes By Beth
Winter Nature Study – Embracing Destiny
Winter Fun With FREE Print Packs – Simple At Home
Winter Books and Activities – Amy’s Wandering
Snow Books and Activities – Proverbial Homemaker
Preschool Polar Bear Activities – Sight and Sound Reading
Short story about rainy season – by Maria Magdalena Husain
Winter Themed Units and Free Printables by Chestnut Grove Academy
Ice Skating Coloring & Notebooking Pages by Year Round Homeschooling
Winter Counting with Snowflakes and Ice Skates by Homeschool Preschool
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