Free Printable Winter Tracing Worksheets for Preschoolers

Published: December 29, 2022 · Updated: February 7, 2024 by Sacha

In need of some fun INDOOR activities for winter? These free printable winter tracing worksheets are a great way to help your kids practice their fine motor skills, winter vocabulary words and so much more. They are perfect for toddlers and preschoolers!

Mockup of 3 winter tracing worksheets.

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There are a lot of fun activities for kids to do outdoors in the winter that they can’t do during the rest of the year. But on days when you don’t have time to get everyone into their snow suits, it’s also nice to have some activities on hand that can be done inside the house—especially if those activities include a learning component.

And if you’re looking for an activity that you can simply print out and give to your kids, you’ll love these free winter tracing worksheets.

This free printable pack includes 3 winter images and corresponding winter words for your children to draw and trace. You can use this fun activity to help little learners practice their fine motor skills, develop better eye-hand coordination, and work on their pre-writing skills.

These free printable winter worksheets are such a fun way for young kids to practice a host of essential skills. Grab the printables below and keep them on hand for the next time your child is tired of building snow forts and making snow volcanos!

Related: Totally Free Winter Colouring Sheets for Kids

Looking for more winter fine motor activities?

These winter Q-tip sheets are the perfect way to help your little ones practice their fine motor skills!

Grab this 10-page set from our shop and let your toddler use Q-tips to paint each of the dots.

Just want the freebie? Scroll down for the download links.

Who Is This Activity For?

These free printable winter tracing pages are perfect for toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarten students. They can be used in occupational therapy, and they would also make a great addition to your child’s busy binder.

How to Use These Worksheets (for Younger and Older Kids)

Each of these free printable worksheets features both a winter image and a winter word that your child can practice reading and writing.

If your kids are very young, they can simply practice following the lines with their index finger.

If they are a little older, give your kids some markers or pencils so that they can work on their pencil control by tracing over the dotted lines. When they are done tracing the images, they can also colour them in for added fun.

How to Print These Worksheets

After you download each PDF file to your computer, print the pages on US Letter-sized paper (8.5 x 11 inches). Once you have downloaded this activity, you will be able to print it out as many times as you need.

Although the pages were created in US Letter format, you should also be able to print out the pages on A4 paper. But you’ll want to double-check your printer settings and make sure that nothing is being cut off.

The exact name of the setting you’ll need varies from printer to printer, but it should be something like  “Scale to Fit” and will ensure that all the printable area fits within the page.

How to Make These Worksheets Reusable

To make these tracing sheets reusable, you’ll need to laminate the pages using a thermal laminator or self-laminating sheets, or place them inside plastic page protectors or dry erase pockets.

If you do this, your child can trace the lines using dry erase markers, and you’ll be able to wipe the pages clean and save them for next time.

Download Your Winter Tracing Sheets

To download these free winter worksheets, click the download link below each winter-themed image (no sign-up required):




(Please note that these worksheets are for personal and school use and cannot be redistributed. When sharing this printable, please link to this article rather than directly to the files. You can read our full printables terms of use here.)

Mockup of 3 winter tracing worksheets.

Why Is Tracing Beneficial for Kids?

Tracing is both fun and educational for kids, and can help them develop a variety of different skills.

Tracing the words and pictures featured in these winter worksheets will help your child:

  • Practice fine motor skills
  • Improve coordination and drawing accuracy
  • Gain better control over writing instruments
  • Develop pre-writing skills
  • Practice handwriting and letter formation
  • Improve hand-eye coordination
  • Improve letter recognition
  • Learn themed vocabulary words

Can I Use This Printable in My Classroom?

Absolutely! I love supporting fellow educators, so classroom use is allowed for most of the printables on my site. If you are currently studying the winter theme with your students, these tracing sheets would be the perfect addition to your lesson plan.

Mockup of snowflake tracing worksheet.
Mockup of mittens tracing worksheet.
Mockup of snowman tracing worksheet.

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