Winter Storytime – revised
Seasons are a useful subject for a preschooler, and for a craft project, check out: Toddler Made – Paper Mitten Craft Tutorial For Winter Fun! (gluedtomycraftsblog.com)
Brett, Jan. Cozy. An Alaskan wooly musk ox let’s other animals shelter in his fur in this cumulative story.
Ciraolo, Simona. If Winter Comes, Tell It I’m Not Here. A boy loves summer and dreads the upcoming winter, which turns out to be more fun than he expected.
Henkes, Kevin. Winter Is Here. A celebration of the beauty of winter.
Keats, Ezra Jack. The Snowy Day. A classic about a little Black boy who plays in the snow.
Koehler, Lora. The Little Snowplow. A little snowplow trains all summer for his first time helping clear the streets in winter.
London, Jonathan. Froggy Builds a Snowman. Froggy is excited about the upcoming Winter Carnival.
Otheguy, Emma. A Sled for Gabo. With text using Spanish and English, Gabo’s neighbors help him get ready for snow.
Perkins, Lynne Rae. Wintercake. A gopher loses his basket of dried fruit he needs to make a special cake for the first day of Winter, but a bird helps him find it.
Thornhill, Jan. Winter’s Coming: A Story of Seasonal Change. Lily the snowshoe hare has many questions about her first experience with winter.
Woodruff, Liza. Once Upon a Winter Day. Milo is sent outside to play in the snow at the urging of his mother, and discovers the fun of the forest.
See the earlier version of this storytime outline: Winter Storytime Ideas (bayviews.org)
Penny Peck, SJSU iSchool