Wednesday, November 30, 2016

5 Winter Poems for Kids

This set of 5 Winter poems is sure to engage kids in retelling and reading throughout the cold Winter months.  Poetry is excellent for building fluency, language, vocabulary, expression, sight word recognition, rhyming, and creative thinking.  Snuggle up with a blanket, a cup of hot chocolate, and enjoy this selection of poems about snowflakes, snowmen, and a funny snowball that wets the bed. :)

First up, is "Chubby Little Snowman".  This snowman will want to hide from a rabbit next time one comes hopping along. 

What's a "Great BIG Snowman" made of?  Snow from head to toe, of course!

After reading "Great BIG Snowman", introduce your kiddos to this next poem.  "I'm a Little Snowman" is great for integrating science experiments.  Make a little snowman, leave it out in the cold, observe, and record what happens.  Make another little snowman (3" high is all you need), and bring him inside where it's nice and warm.  Kiddos will be talking for days about what happened.

Next, get the kids up and moving with "I'm a Snowflake" - great for kinesthetic learners!

Last, but not least, get your kiddos laughing out loud with this silly poem, "Snowball". 

Download and print each poem for $1.99, or get all 5 poems for only $4.99.

Click HERE to get the 5 Winter Poems bundle from my TPT store.

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