A winter photo challenge can be a wonderful creative activity for seasonal fun. Plus, it’s an awesome way to capture special memories 😊
This free printable page of winter photo prompts is an outstanding way to spark creativity in anyone who has a camera (or smartphone).
Find out more about this delightful photo challenge and get your free printable activity today!
Inspire Creativity & Capture Memories This Season
If you’re looking for an easy yet super fun way to get your kids involved this winter, try a photo challenge!
Not only is this a simple way to encourage a fun project or hobby, a photo challenge is a wonderful way to make sure you have a bunch of pictures to celebrate the season. I’m looking forward to handing off that responsibility to my boys 😉
Plus, your kids will be giving you a peek into how they see the world – such awesome ways to spark conversations and more!
Oh, and you don’t need an expensive camera. A smartphone or tablet (which many kids have) works just fine 😉
Learn More About This Free Winter Photo Challenge
This free winter photo challenge is on one printable (PDF) page.
Your kids will have such a fun time with these prompts to take pictures.
This photo challenge features winter themes.
You’ll find 30 different prompts for capturing special seasonal memories, like:
- winter sky
- winter sunrise
- favorite scarf
- hot drink
- snow globe
- something cozy
- winter breakfast
- today’s temperature
- something frozen
- winter sunset
- snowy scene
- winter decor
- ice skating
- something white
- winter landscape
Cool Ways to Boost This Free Winter Photo Challenge
This printable photo challenge with winter themes has your kids checking off objects when they’ve taken a picture (one that they would feel proud to post on social media OR submit to an event or competition).
To mark off the prompts, your child, tween, or teen (or whoever is participating) can use a pencil, pen, or marker. Small stickers work well, too 😉
Also, I suggest printing this winter photo challenge on white card stock. Regular printer paper will work fine but you’ll find that card stock is more durable.
If you’d like to use this printable winter photo challenge again and again, you should laminate it or place in a dry erase pocket sleeve (and use dry erase markers).
Encourage your kids to get think outside the box with these photo prompts.
Oh, and they can choose to focus on one or two prompts at a time or just take pictures as they come across these items.
Tips & Tricks for Having Fun with This Type of Photo Challenge
When enjoying this type of photography fun, it can be helpful to keep these things in mind:
- Be prepared: I recommend using a digital camera or smartphone. The ability to shoot, edit, and delete is both comforting and creative.
- Stay basic (a.k.a. keep it simple): Don’t feel like it needs to be super fancy or complicated. Often, the most basic picture (even black-and-white) is the best.
- Make the most of your photo adventures: Try not to dwell on details. Just enjoy the experience!
- Get creative: And chat with whoever is participating. Get their feedback. Where do they think they should shoot the pictures? And how?
- Add your own prompts: Before you start your winter photo challenge, talk about the prompts. Make sure to include ideas on the back of printable.
If you’re new to photography, you can find amazing tips and tricks by searching the internet and watching YouTube videos.
Get Your Free Winter Photo Challenge
YES! You’re on your way to enjoying a creative winter challenge.
This free printable winter photo challenge is on one PDF page.
You may print as many of these photo challenges as you’d like for your personal use, family, class, homeschool co-op, or community event. If you have a friend or co-worker who’d like to have this sort of seasonal fun, I ask that you please share this post with them. Thanks so much for your cooperation!
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Sending you tons of creative winter fun vibes!