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Stock your shelves with one or more of these books about winter for kindergarten. Engage your beginning readers with this collection!
Add these selections to your list of favorite kindergarten books! Whether you read them aloud or your kindergarteners read them on their own, each one is perfect for your winter reading list.
Short text and large font make these books great for beginners.
Books About Winter for Kindergarten
Below, I’ve featured just a handful of winter books for kids that will help your students celebrate winter.
You should be able to find them at your local library or bookstore. If you can’t find them locally, you can click each image cover to purchase them on Amazon.
Jack and Jill and Big Dog Bill – Jack and Jill and big dog Bill go sledding one snowy winter day. When big dog Bill notices a rabbit on the hill, mayhem ensues.
Winter Wishes – For the first time, the Princesses come together in a seasonal story that is bound to have young readers learning to read while making their very own winter wish!
Winter Wishes! – When Shimmer and Shine accidentally bring home two mischievous ice sprites, the twin genies must return the sprites before their palace becomes a winter wonderland!
Snow Day! – The brother and sister from PUMPKIN DAY! and APPLE PICKING DAY! have woken up to a winter wonderland–it’s a snow day! Read along as they engage in favorite winter activities with their neighborhood friends on their day off from school.
Snow Day! – Boys and girls ages 4 to 6 will love learning to read on their own with this Step into Reading Step 2 leveled reader based on the beloved 1969 television special Frosty the Snowman.
Snow Day – Emily loves the snow, but hates snowballs, and it looks as if there’s going to be a snow day tomorrow! Is Emily headed for disaster when the other kids begin to plan a big snowball fight, or will a friend come to her rescue and make it the best snow day ever?
Snowball Soup – When Little Critter, Little Sister, and Dog go out play in the snow, they decide to build a big snowman. But when it’s time to go inside for lunch, the Critters decide to feed their new snowy friends, too! And what does a snowman like to eat? Snowball soup, of course….
Snow Wonder – When two children wake up to find that it has snowed, they spend the day riding sleds, building snowmen, making snow angels, skating a figure eight, and even taking a break to make gingerbread cookies with grandma. It’s a day filled with wonderful wintry fun!
Let’s Build a Snowman! – Children ages 4 to 6 will love this Step 1 Deluxe Step into Reading leveled reader about Barbie, her sisters, and her puppies having fun building the perfect snowman.
Tiana’s Winter Treats – When the heat goes out in Tiana’s Palace, Princess Tiana from Disney The Princess and the Frog warms everyone up with sweet treats!
Polar Bear Babies – In this Step 1 Step into Reading Science Reader, polar bear babies learn the skills they will need to survive in the Arctic!
The Snowman and the Snowdog – When Billy wishes his snowman and snowdog to life, they take him on a journey to the North Pole, where he competes in a sled race and even meets Santa Claus!
The Snowball – Watch out below! Here comes a giant snowball tumbling down a hill, picking up everything–and everybody–in its path!
Wild Winter Creatures – The Wild Kratts take off to investigate how different animals survive in the cold in this leveled reader featuring shiny stickers!
Pinkalicious and the Amazing Sled Run – Pinkawow! It snows so hard in Pinkville that the snow reaches the rooftops. Pinkalicious and Peter build a sled run that starts at Pinkalicious’s upstairs bedroom window and goes all over Pinkville! Wheeee!
Which of these kids winter books will you read first?
Round Out Your Unit with These Activities
Let your children “chill out” with this arctic igloo character felt board story. Felt board stories are perfect for your child to play with and tell the story. It helps with pretend play.
This Preschool Coloring Activity Book is intended for children 2-5 years of age. The activities include coloring, connecting the dots, mazes, spotting differences and similarities, putting items in order, pairing them up, redrawing objects, counting elements, writing and guessing words.
This collection of winter crafts for kids will keep your crew busy during the long, cold winter months! There’s something on this list of kids of all ages.
Bring your favorite seasonal books to life with this amazing collection of the very best winter books for kids. Is your favorite on this list?