Solve these winter-themed riddles with the winter decoder wheel! A fun printable activity and winter worksheet for kids this holiday and winter season.
It’s the 12th and final day of my series “12 Days of Holiday Crafts”. Today I’m excited to share a fun winter decoder wheel with you. This is a great winter-themed activity for kids that is simple to prepare. Print it at home for your child to do on a snowy day or use it in the classroom.
Around this time of year, my children often have special activities or class parties in school. They are usually winter-themed with lots of fun activities focused on the season. This decoder wheel is a great classroom activity. It can be used as a learning tool for younger children or a quick activity for older kiddos.
Decoder wheels are an simple activity to prepare. Simply print the activity and assemble the decoder wheel using a brad. I love creating decoder wheels for holidays and different seasons. Check out my other decoder wheels!
How to Make a Winter Decoder Wheel
- Winter Decoder Wheel – Grab it for free in my Resource Library before it moves to my Etsy shop in December.
- White cardstock – I used Neenah 110 lb white paper
Assemble the Decoder Wheel
The decoder wheel is easy to create. Simply print the decoder wheel on white cardstock and cut out both circles. Layer the circles together and poke a hole in the center. Attach both layers with a brad.
For each riddle the “KEY” at the bottom will tell you how to set the wheel. For example the first riddle’s KEY is “S is for SLED”. Spin the wheel until the sled lines up with the letter “S” and then you are ready to solve!
You can have kids create their own decoder wheel or have them pre-made depending on their age. It will work better if the circles are cut precisely.
I hope you enjoy this fun printable activity for kids!
Thank you so much for joining me for these past twelve days for holiday crafting! Visit my page, 12 Days of Holiday Crafts, to see all 12 projects.
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