Wednesday, November 30, 2016

5 Winter Poems for Kids

This set of 5 Winter poems for kids is sure to enhance your lesson plans throughout the cold Winter months.  Poetry is an excellent resource for early readers to build fluency, language, vocabulary, expression, sight word recognition, rhyming, and creative thinking.

 Snuggle up with a blanket, a cup of hot chocolate, and enjoy these Winter poems for kids.

You can't have Winter poems for kids without a chubby little snowman.  This snowman poem will make you want to keep the rabbits away.

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Use these printable poems to extend poetry lessons in the classroom.  For example, students love the Build a Poem pocket chart center.  Simply print the word cards and watch as they work together to build and read these familiar Winter Poems.

Every child needs a great big snowman poem in their poetry notebook.
 What's a "Great BIG Snowman" made of?  Snow from head to toe, of course!

Sing along to the tune of  "I'm a Little Teapot"; making this an excellent Snowman song for kids.

Incorporate Winter Facts for Kids, and a snowman experiment, with these printable Winter poems.

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. 

Next, get the kids up and moving with "I'm a Snowflake" - an excellent Winter song and finger play poem for kinesthetic learners. 

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

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