Best In Snow by April Pulley Sayre Cleo In the Snow by Caroline Mockford In the Snow by Sharon Phillips Denslow Mouse’s First Snow by Lauren Thompson Oh! by Kevin Henkes No Two Alike by Keith Baker Red Sled by Patricia Thomas Snow! Snow! Snow! by Lee Harper Snowballs by Lois Ehlert Under My Hood I Have A Hat by Karla Kuskin
Here’s a Hill from: Storytime Katie Here’s a hill tilt left arm so that it forms a hill And here’s a hill tilt right arm so that it forms a hill All covered with snow raise hands up, bring down in slow motion I’ll put on my coat put coat on And jump on my sled hold the rope of a sled And ZOOM, down the hill I will go! clap hands, slid hands down
The Mitten Song by Rachel Buckman
This is one of my favorite songs for winter time!
Snowflake Snowflake by Carole Peterson
This works great with scarves. We twirl them, let them softly fall, and follow the actions of the music.
We’re Marching In the Snow by Carole Peterson
March, skate, run, roll, and tip-toe in the snow.
Winter Hokey Pokey
There is no music for this. We sing in a cappella as we dance along.
You put your mittens in, you take your mittens out
You put your boots in, you take your boots out
You put your hat in, you put your hat out
You put your coat in, you put your coat out
Bumping Up and Down on My Little Blue Sled from: Jbrary Bumping up and down in my little blue sled Bumping up and down in my little blue sled Bumping up and down in my little blue sled Won’t you be my darling?
Snow is coming down on my little blue sled Waving to my friend on my little blue sled
Jack Frost’s Nose from: Verona Story Time Where did you get that little red nose? touch nose Jack Frost kissed it I suppose. pinch nose He kissed it once one kiss on nose He kissed it twice two kisses Poor little nose, it’s as cold as ice wiggle nose
Snow Is Falling Down from:King County Library System Snow is falling down, shhhhh. Snow is falling down, shhhhh. Slowly, slowly, very slowly, Snow is falling down, shhhhh.
Watch the Snowflakes from: Jen In the Library tune: “Frere Jacques” Watch the snowflakes, watch the snowflakes flutter hands, starting above head Floating down, floating down bring hands down a little with each line Oh so very slowly, oh so very slowly All the way down Down to the ground. touch the ground
Verses: Oh so very quickly wiggle fingers faster From oh so very high stand up on tiptoes Oh so very twirly twirl hands round and around each other
Snowflake, Snowflake by Carole Peterson
We pull out our scarves to wave along to the song. At the appropiate moments we will touch the ground, our noses, and toes with the scarves.
Another quick five little rhyme. This time snow. I used a glittery white felt for the snowflake for some extra sparkle. It didn’t show up well in the picture. I experimented cutting the felt out using my cricut machine. It was a bit too futsy for my taste with the cutting mat’s tackiness being quickly overwhelmed with the felt.