Family Storytime: Snow

Opening Song

“Hello my friends hello”


The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats


“Royal Penguins”
One royal penguin feeling very blue,
Called for his brother. Then there were two.
Two royal penguins swimming in the sea,
Called for their sister. Then there were three.
Three royal penguins waddling on the shore,
Called for their mother. Then there were four.
Four royal penguins learning how to dive,
Called for their father. Then there were five.


Snowballs by Lois Ehlert

Action Rhyme:

“Snowflakes, snowflakes” to the tune of “Are You Sleeping?”
Snowflakes falling, (make falling motions with fingers)
Snowflakes falling,
All around,
All around.
Whirling, twirling snowflakes, (turn around)
Whirling, twirling snowflakes,
Hit the ground, (fall to the ground)
Hit the ground.


The Red Sled by Lita Judge

Action Rhyme:

“Five Little Snowmen”
Five little snowmen standing in a row.
(hold up five fingers)
Each had two eyes and a carrot nose
(point to eyes, point to nose)
Along came the sun and shone all day,
(form sun with arms)
And one little snowman melted away.
(hold up one finger)

Four little snowmen…
Three little snowmen…
Two little snowmen…
One little snowman…


“Five Little Polar Bears”
Five little polar bears, playing near the shore.
One tumbled in, and then there were four.
Four little polar bears swimming in the sea.
One chased a seal, and then there were three.
Three little polar bears, what shall we do?
One went swimming, and then there were two.
Two little polar bears playing in the sun,
One took a nap, and then there was one.
One little polar bear, not very old.
Where’s my mom? I’m hungry and cold.

Closing Song


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