Art Crafts, Winter Project


Valantine’s Day is here and our polar bear is in love!

This is one of the most famous winter celebration so, we decided to involve Valantine’s Day in our winter project. We celebrated it in class with some cute artcrafts.


Love bears 3D krokotak

Love bears card krokotak

Kindergarten A

Kindergarten B

Winter Project

Polar Bear. What do you see?

Winter is here, and with it comes an opportunity to incorporate meaningful winter activities in our classrooms! 

I’m excited to share with you some amazing winter themed resources for your classroom! Here you have some activities to introduce this topic in kindergarten. 



Children love Eric Carle’s books because his books always offer children the opportunity to learn something about the world around them through simple stories and wonderful illustrations.

Below is an adapted book based on Eric Carle’s “Polar Bear. What do you hear?”. Upon reading, learners can identify animals, winter activities and numbers.


For added fun, use these winter activities yoga to stretch together as a class!

Get ready to roll, slide, clap and bounce in this winter snowman brain break and movement activity “Snowman Dance”. Kids movement activity for winter and January music and movement activities by Sandra at Sing Play Create.


Make practicing visual discrimination and counting lots of fun with this winter themed activity


A great snowflake crafts for kids are simply by buttons, take a sheet of cardboard, carve it out in the shape of a snowflake, stick a white sheet to it, then just stick some beautiful button to it or the glittered buttons


Little Snowflake brings together the same team that created the Twinkle Twinkle Little Star video to tell a short story of a snowman brought to life by the magic and beauty of snowfall. As he tries to ice skate, he learns the value of perseverance and teamwork. Along the way, we get to learn and review parts of the body (head, nose, hand). I hope you love it!

Art Crafts, Winter Project

I’m turning blue……Winter is here


Winter is about to finish and I don’t want to say it goodbaye without looking back over the last month and remembering some significant moments we have spent working on our Winter Project.

This topic was explored through songs, games and art crafts which allowed them to learn a lot of things related to this season (clothes, weather, instructions, numbers, colours, feelings,..) in an easy and  fun way.

And there’s nothing like a snowball fight with them to put a giant smile on their faces.


Here you have a brief summary of our project.

O inverno está a piques de rematar e non  quero despedilo sen antes botar unha ollada ao traballo que estivemos facendo este último mes co noso proxecto sobre o inverno. A través de cancións, xogos e manualidades traballamos esta temática e aprendemos conceptos relacionados con esta estación(o tempo, a roupa,…), instruccións e revisamos as cores e os números dun xeito sinxelo e divertido. Pero asegúrovos que non hai nada mellor que unha guerra de bolas de neve para arrancar un gran sorriso aos cativos. Comprobado!!!!!

Winter Project

Get dressing for the snow

It’s winter time! It’s too cold outside to play with the snow without winter clothes. Do you wear your hat, coat, scarf and jacket? And what about your boots?

Listen, get dressed and let’s play snow war!

Here you have an easy song that you can incorporate actions into to make it funnier from

If you’d like to listen to the song, click on the picture


Winter project in Kindergarten

Before going on Easter holiday, my 5-years-old children would like to show you what they did during this term.I have to say that it has been a great experience for everybody and  I am very proud of what they have achieved. Congratulations!!!!

Anter se sair de vacacións de Pascua, os meus rapaces de 5 anos queren mostrarvos o que fixeron durante este trimestre. Teño que dicir que foi unha experiencia increíble e que estou moi orgullosa do que acadaron. Felicidades!!!

Winter Project from María Abilleira Pomar on Vimeo.

Click on the picture to take a look at their work.

Clicade na imaxe para botarlle unha ollado ao seu traballo.


To see more post related to this project click on the picture.
Para ver as entradas relacionadas co proxecto, clicade na imaxe.


Snowflakes in kindergarten

Songs, poems and tales about this cold  season form part of a project that my 5-years-old children are developing during this term. Here you have one of these songs.Congratulations! Great job!


 Cancións, poemas e contos sobre esta fría estación forman parte do proxecto que están a levar a cabo os meus rapaces de 5 anos. Aquí tendes unha desas cancións. Felicidades! Bo traballo!

snowflakes2 from María Abilleira Pomar on Vimeo.


First experience with lims in Kindergarten

Our first experience working with lim was a success. Before working with computers, my children worked in pair on the interactive board in order to know how lim works. To my surprise ,they learned quickly how to work with this web tool . It was an awesome experience. We’ll repeat this experience soon.

A nosa primeira experiencia con lim foi un éxito. Antes de pasar a traballar cos ordenadores, os rapaces traballaron na pizarra dixital para coñecer como funciona esta ferramenta. E para a miña sorpresa, rápidamente aprenderon o seu manexo. Foi unha experiencia increíble que imos repetir axiña.


Good books to read in winter, INFANTIL/PRESCHOOL, Winter Project


Pantallazo-2Snow (1998 Parents’ Choice Recommended)
Written and Illustrated by Uri Shulevitz
Farrar Straus & Giroux
Ages 3 – 7

“It’s snowing, said boy with dog.” “It’s only a snowflake,” said grandfather with beard.”



The sky is grey and it is very cold but, as snowflakes slowly come down, one by one, people in the city ignore them.Only a boy and his dog  believe that it is going to snow.



Children love snow and this book really shows us how they trully enjoy a spectacular snowfall.This is a book about the weather and the joy it can bring.

After reading this wonderfull book, why don’t we sing this song? Along the way, children get learn and review parts of the body.

Little Snowflake Lyrics:
Snowflake, snowflake, little snowflake.
Little snowflake falling from the sky.
Snowflake, snowflake, little snowflake.
Falling, falling, falling, falling, falling,
falling, falling, falling, falling…falling on my head.

Snowflake, snowflake, little snowflake.
Little snowflake falling from the sky.
Snowflake, snowflake, little snowflake.
Falling, falling, falling, falling, falling,
falling, falling, falling, falling…falling on my nose.

Snowflake, snowflake, little snowflake.
Little snowflake falling from the sky.
Snowflake, snowflake, little snowflake.
Falling, falling, falling, falling, falling,
falling, falling, falling, falling…falling in my hand.

Falling on my head.
Falling on my nose.
Falling in my hand.

Snowflake, snowflake, little snowflake…

We hope you enjoy this kids song.

Music: Super Simple Learning
Animation: Fuzz Animation
Vocals: NAGI
Song: Little Snowflake (©Super Simple Learning 2009)
CD: Super Simple Songs – Christmas