Saturday, November 24, 2018

Winter Journaling Pages

'Tis the Season for Giving! Free Christmas/Winter Journaling Pages! 

Have you seen the book, The Tomten? Or noticed the cute new little Gnome ornaments at Target?  I don't know about you, but ever since Frozen came out, I've been in love with Scandinavian styles around this time of year. 

These journaling pages are inspired by the Tomten and Arctic Animals. You'll find some for older children, and a some for younger children too! 

➨If you're looking for other Tomten or Arctic accessories, checkout my December Morning Basket page for FUN Add-Ons!! 

Why is Journaling important? Journaling helps children retain information. It is a big skill that typically begins in Kindergarten, as drawing things they've learned about. Not only are children writing down what they learned (helps information stay in their memory), but it also improves their writing skills.  

Here are some great ways to use these journaling pages: 
1)  Use them for a "book report"...but don't call it that, you will get a dirty look. 
Ask your child to write down or draw their favorite characters, or scene from a book you recently read to them.
2) Use them with Story Cubes or Story Builders. Have your child create a short story!
3) Create a mini book! Make a few copies or combine with other pages to make a fun Winter theme book! 
4) Change up your daily spelling or letter/word practice with these pages! Sometimes ordinary notebook paper gets boring! 

Get your FREE Winter Theme Journaling Pages HERE! 

⇩Download Them Right Here⇩


NEW in the Etsy Shop ⇩⇩ Arctic Animal Anatomy Pages!!

If you're looking for more Christmas Printable's, please visit my shop at 

for Nutcracker Story Cards and Nativity Story Cards!

    I hope you enjoy the Journaling pages and other activities as much as my children do! 
Happy Holidays!

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