- 2 emergent readers with multi-leveled activities (appropriate for early readers through Kindergarten)
- phonics works (for upper and lower case)
- early reading activities- rhyming words, syllables, letter sounds
- fine motor work- tracer pages, lacing cards, and poke page
- concept sorts and activities about Winter
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The activities in my packs are similar to those from Reading the Alphabet and are not necessarily those that you can print off and hand to your child right away. They require a little bit of prep work. But I think that you’ll find the effort worth it as the activities are hands-on and engaging. The materials I use to prepare and implement the packs are pictured above.
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- The Jacket I Wear in the Snow by Shirley Neitzel – a rhyming book about all the things we need to wear to play in the snow. Kids enjoy acting this one out and adding each layer of text.
- 100 Snowmen by Jennifer Arena – This book is geared more towards K-2nd grades, but younger kids may enjoy the humor and math included. This is a book that I’ve included in my 100th Day of School Read Alouds.
- All You Need for a Snowman by Alice Schertle – Just one snowflake. That’s all you need for a snowman, right? I love how the author interacts with the kids in this book and together the reader and author build a snowman…and a snowman buddy.
- Froggy Gets Dressed by Jonathan London – It doesn’t matter where I read the Froggy books. Younger kids love them! They especially enjoy the sound effects and the predictability of Jonathan London’s Froggy series.
- Winter Wonderland by Jill Esbaum – this National Geographic book has phenomenal photographs and helps kids understand the concept of winter.
- There was a Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow! by Lucille Colandro – My 4 year old loves all the books in this series and asks for them over and over again.
- The Snowman by Raymond Briggs– a classic wordless book that will have kids asking for it again and again!
- Snowmen at Night by Caralyn Buehner– seriously a favorite book everywhere I’ve read it. And the hidden pictures are just the icing on the cake. You will want to collect the entire Snowman series!
- The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats – such a CLASSIC! If you don’t own it, you seriously need to consider buying it and keeping it!
- Snowballs by Lois Ehlert – such a creative book, making snowmen out of common objects, which can lead to some snowman building around the house, too!
- The Mitten by Jan Brett – Upon the first reading, my kids loved guessing what would happen to that mitten. Can all the animals fit?
- Snow by Uri Shulevitz – the story of a snowfall from a hopeful child’s perspective with stunning images
- Owl Moon by Jan Yolen – This is my favorite winter book for older kids. Filled with imagery and beautiful images, I LOVE to read this one!
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