Winter Books and Sensory Activities 

My kids enjoy looking through these books on their own, but I also love settling onto the couch and reading a couple with them each day.

Yes, all of us together: from the littlest one on up to my older kids. Cuddling with books is my favorite way to spend a snow day.

•Flip’s Snowman •Secrets of Winter •The Snowy Day •The Invisible Moose •Bear’s Very Snowy Day •Chaucer’s First Winter •A Tale from Flurryville •Groundhog Day! •Gregory’s Shadow •A Loud Winter’s Nap

This book is great for chatting about animals, habitats, hibernation, etc. We used Art for Kids Hub to help us draw turtles, and this Numbers Turtle from Leap Frog was a perfect addition for my two-year-old.

• There Was a Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow • The Biggest Snowman Ever

This cute little Snowman Sequencing Activity that’s included in Teaching Where You’re Called’s Yearlong Activity Bundle is such a perfect compliment to reading about snowmen.

• One Winter’s Day • One Snowy Night • Snow Friends

We are big fans of touch-and-feel books, and these were made even more fun when we found read-alouds of them on YouTube. We simply searched the book titles, and there were a handful of different ones.


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