From a fresh blanket of snow to sweater weather—share the charms of winter with your students with stories about snow. These favorite books all about snow and snowmen are just right for winter read-alouds in your classroom.
The Biggest, Best Snowman is about little Nell building a big snowman with the help of her friends: Reindeer, Hare, and Bear Cub. This winter-themed story has an uplifting message about being confident in yourself and proves that you are never too small to achieve something big.
There is also the classic and hilarious There Was a Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow. See what the cold lady will gobble next—will it be a scarf, two lumps of coal, or some more snow? This rhyming tale is perfect for classroom read-aloud time.
Try The Snow Day from the Black Lagoon for newly independent readers who are starting to read chapter books. Hubie, who doesn’t like winter, is learning to navigate his way through a blizzard. Will the snow day become a no day or a chance to explore winter wonderland?
From snow day adventures to snowmen who come alive at night, students will love reading about one of the most fun parts of the winter season.
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