Do you like winter? And the snowflakes? Maybe fun in drawing snowflakes?
Each season has its own attribute. Winter means snow and fun in the snow for us. But also short days and very long evenings. That’s why we draw much more often than we play outside.
Today I propose you a winter tracing worksheet for kids with a snowflake to draw along the lines. You can use it to practice graphomotorics with preschoolers, kindergarteners or the younger grades. It fits right into the themes of January and February classes.
I prepared this winter printables in two versions. You can print a snowflake with a dotted line or a solid line. Some children find it easier to copy a drawing when they have a clear trace in front of them.
How to use the picture tracing worksheets
You can use our tracing snowflakes in many ways, with children at different stages of development. The youngest children can practice hand-eye coordination by tracing the lines with their finger. Children who have already mastered the correct writing grip can draw along the lines with crayons or felt-tip pens.
After drawing the outlines of the snowflake, the drawing can be used as a winter coloring page by filling the pattern with color or texture. Markers, paints and glitter glues will work well here. The snowflake template can also be filled with artificial snow, cotton wool or even seeds.
Finally, the drawn and colored snowflake should be cut out, practicing the correct grip of the scissors and the accuracy of cutting.