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Frozen Preschool Lesson Plan

Our Frozen preschool lesson plan this week is sadly at an end BUT we are very happy about the fantastic things we did. Today I will share with you all the activities that we did for this week. This includes the free Frozen preschool printable worksheets as well as share some of the things that Jennifer at Study At Home Mama also did for this week. Let’s walk. (Please note that clicking the images sends you to the respective posts for more details.)

Does your preschooler love Frozen? Use these free Frozen Preschool Lesson Plan to foster their love of learning.

Emotional Development

Did you ever think that it would be possible to help your preschooler further develop this area with Frozen? I was surprised to find out how easy it was once I actually sat down and thought about it. My plan was to break down the different scenes and then talk about the different things I wanted to bring out. For example I wanted J to know that it is okay to be a dork and to belt out a song that she really likes.

Disney Preschool Lesson Plan- Using Frozen To Teach Emotional Development

Sensory Activities

This week our sensory activities had 2 sections: a sensory bin as well as an engineering bin. We built the Castle of Arendelle with coloured ice cubes and I created a sensory bin for J. This bin was probably the biggest hit to date for sensory bins. She played with it singing Let it Go. Yup, she loved it.

build the castle of Arendelle- frozen preschool lesson plan  Frozen winter sensory bin- preschool sensory activities

Build Magnetic Olaf

I found this awesome printout from Disney Family of Olaf and decided to add our own little spin to it. I made a few tweaks and she enjoyed it.

preschool lesson plan: frozen magnetic olaf

Frozen Jello Preschool Snack

Jennifer  shared a Frozen jello preschool snack that seems absolutely delish and it looked pretty. I am sure Olaf would have approved.

Frozen Jello- preschool sensory activities

Frozen Preschool Lesson Plan Printables

We also did a few printables for this theme. J tried playdough mats for the first time and she loved identifying the characters from the movie as well. Our printable also includes tracing pages as well as do a dot pages.


I love providing my printables for free in hopes that your kiddos will love them as much as mine do. Please note that if you do download anything from my site, that you are agreeing to my terms of use and all the other legalities (privacy policy and disclosure policy) that are in place. I am all for sharing but please share the link to this post so that they can download their own copy. Do NOT share the link to the printables themselves. Thanks for walking with me!


Other Frozen Activities

Jenn did a Frozen Slime on the Light Table activity that is currently having me debate how soon we should start doing light table activities.

There is also an emotional intelligence post about how to teach kids to Let it Go as well as an Olaf Sock Puppet that your preschooler can make.

Thanks for walking with me.


Sunday 7th of January 2018

I am an English teacher, now i am goning to prepare a demo class for our kids. I hope we can share your pintables THANK YOU SO MUCH

Michelle Westbrook

Wednesday 7th of January 2015

Stopping by with a quick hello from the IBN BOOST course! My niece absolutely LOVES frozen. She is almost 4 and this would be something fun and educational I can do with her the next time she visits :)

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