Snow – Preschool Storytime

So, I did this storytime back on December 5, but I forgot to post it!  Better late than never…

MOVEMENT: Welcome Song*

MOVEMENT: “Can’t Wait to Celebrate” from Jim Gill’s Irrational Anthem by Jim Gill

MOVEMENT: My Wiggles*

BOOK:

If It’s Snow and You Know It, Clap Your Paws! by Kim Norman, illustrated by Liza Woodruff

MOVEMENT: “Shake My Sillies Out” from More Singable Songs by Raffi

MOVEMENT:

FLANNELBOARD: Snowball, Snowball
Snowball Snowball Flannelboard 1 logo Snowball Snowball Flannelboard 2 logo
(Idea from So Tomorrow)

Snowball, snowball
cold and round!
Behind which mitten
can you be found?
Are you behind the color mitten?

MOVEMENT:
Cute Little Snowman
Cute little snowman (hold up left fist for snowman)
had a carrot nose. (stick out one finger of left fist to be the nose)
Along came a rabbit, (hold up 2 fingers of right hand for rabbit ears)
and what do you suppose?
That hungry rabbit (move right hand back and forth.)
looking for his lunch, 
ate that snowman’s carrot nose. (lightly pinch left finger with right hand)
Nibble, nibble, crunch.

MOVEMENT:
These are Grandma’s Spectacles
These are Grandma’s spectacles (make circles with hands, place over eyes)
And this is Grandma’s hat (make hands into a hat on top of head)
And this is the way she folds her hands (fold hands)
And places them in her lap.  (put hands in lap)

BOOK:

Supertruck by Stephen Savage

MOVEMENT: “Shake My Sillies Out” from More Singable Songs by Raffi

VIDEO:

“Hello Snow” from Little Bear Winter Games

MOVEMENT: Storytime’s Over*

ADDITIONAL MATERIAL IDEAS:
       
Book: A Perfect Day by Carin Berger
Book: Big Snow by Jonathan Bean
Book: Outside by Deirdre Gill
Book: A Kitten Tale by Eric Rohmann
Book: You Make Me Smile by Layn Marlow
Book: Froggy Gets Dressed by Jonathan London, illustrated by Frank Remkiewicz
DVD: “Snow” from Peppa Pig: Muddy Puddles and other stories

ATTENDANCE:  22 (adults and children)

*To see the words to these movements and activities I use frequently, please visit my A-capella Movements Section on my Storytime Movements and Music Page

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