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Into Winter

Into Winter


This nearly 300-page winter-themed invitation to learning is perfect for your younger learner. Into Winter is a gentle learning cycle of the alphabet, winter poetry, foundational math, hearty cooking, basic science, and games — all winter related.


Learn the alphabet through winter-themed letters; each letter has seven worksheets to match the correlating flashcards.


Snuggle up with some poetry to read, write, and copy.


We've included our most popular math manipulatives to help your young learner get excited about some foundational concepts this winter! We've redesigned these manipulatives for this winter set:

Gingerbread ten frame

Gingerbread pan place value

Orange cake fractions

Clip Number Cards

1-10 worksheets


Get your youngsters involved in the kitchen with some delicious and easy-to-follow allergy-friendly recipes. Print off some adorable cupcake liners to brighten up a party!


Learn about why the Earth has different seasons and test it out with a 3D paper model of the Earth tilting on its axis. Shine a light from a model of the sun to see why the days are shorter and colder for part of the year.


Play some games! We've included Roll-A-Reindeer -- a fun drawing game for all ages -- and Winter Charades! These are a great fit for family gatherings this winter to help engage groups of children.


Bring imagination to life with an exclusive winter paper doll sledding scene and cozy up with a book from our extensive list of diverse and multicultural winter books. 


Twiggy winter banner is also included!

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  • FAQ

    Is this similiar to Into Autumn?  Yes! We had so many people ask for another seasonal alphabet invitation, so this is very similliar in format. We have added an extra two pages for each letter and many more activites this time. 

    What age group is this for? This is geared towards younger learners ages 5-8 who are continuing to learn their alphabet or working on common words, handwriting. There are many of the winter activites that your older children would love to! 

    Is this relgious? This is not a Christmas unit at all. This is a secular, seasonal guide to serve your families for months. There are references to some of the holidays during those months like Yuletide or Lunar New Year, but this is not the focus of the unit. 

  • Reviews

    Perfect for our homeschool! My little guy is still a bit too young for this, so I printed the fraction cake and 10 frame gingerbread to add to this kitchen for the time being. I also am excited to use the charades cards with my older kiddos this holiday!



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