Children's Books About Winter: Top 15 Favorites – Proud to be PrimaryIt has been fun to read several different books each week on a certain topic of choice. Lately, that topic has been SNOW. About a month ago snow was regularly appearing in our forecast for several weeks. We had a snow day from school and work. We bought new snow pants and boots for the kids. Built snowmen and made snow angels.
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Sharing is caring - thank you for spreading the word! We live in a low-lying valley area where it never snows. These snow-related books include both non-fiction and fiction selections. I have provided a synopsis of each book so you can determine which ones would be best to read with your children. If you are looking for a book to educate children ages about snow, this book should be at the top of your list. This book tells the story of snow. The book features incredible, magnified photographs of real snow crystals.
These are great for read-alouds, small group instruction, or just to add to your classroom bookshelf for the season! These are all popular books that students love to read again and again. Lois Ehlert wrote and illustrated a book called Snowballs that is a big hit. Next, read The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats, a delightful book showing the adventures of a little boy exploring the snow in a big city. Tacky the Penguin by Helen Lester will satisfy the curiosity of your most active little ones.
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Which do you prefer, playing in the snow or reading about snow? Good news! I have read one zillion snow picture books with my kids over the years, and these titles are my favorites. Most of these snow books are appropriate for preschoolers and elementary students. Note: book covers and titles are affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. In the woods a father and son are separated as the snow begins to fall and blanket the landscape.