Winter is here, and what better way to embrace the chilly weather than with some cozy books for kids? Whether you’re a teacher looking to captivate your preschool or kindergarten class or a parent wanting to create special moments at home, these winter read-alouds books are perfect for the season.
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Read a magical story about Nicki and his lost mitten. Jan Brett’s delightful illustrations and storytelling make this story a winter must-read! Watch as the woodland creatures find a cozy shelter inside Nicki’s mitten, creating a heartwarming story about sharing and kindness.
Have you ever wondered what your snowman does at night? Well, this book will tell you! In this imaginative and playful book, kids will laugh at the idea of snowmen coming to life for a night of mischief. The charming illustrations and rhymes make it a perfect read-aloud for young kids.
A delightful and adorable story about the water cycle told from the point of view of a snowflake. This book explains the water cycle in a simple way for young children. Kids will also love the charming illustrations.
This delightful picture book follows the adventures of the little snow globe family. The little family longs for a snowstorm and wants their snow globe to be shaken! With whimsical illustrations and a fun story, this book is sure to capture young kids’ imaginations.
Learn about Wilson Bentley, a pioneer in the field of snowflake photography. This book celebrates the beauty and uniqueness of snowflakes while sharing Bentley’s passion for photographing them. This winter read-aloud is perfect for curious minds interested in science and nature.
Children make a snowman and he comes to life! They set up various traps to try and catch the snowman, but he keeps escaping. This winter read-aloud is a fun story that will surely get kids thinking up ways to catch the snowman.
There is a snowman contest in Mouseville, and 2 mice declare they will each build the biggest snowman ever. They both realize it isn’t quite as simple as they thought. The little mice decide to work together and build the biggest snowman ever. This winter read-aloud is a lovely story about teamwork and cooperation.