Winter Picture Books for the Classroom

Winter Picture Books for the Classroom

Celebrate the coldest season with this great selection of winter picture books that take children from autumn to winter. They explore characters dealing with winter from the funny to the more toughing.

Winter Picture Books for the Classroom

Winter Picture Books

Celebrate the change of seasons in your classroom. This great selection of winter picture books will take your students from autumn to winter. You will find the perfect winter books for both upper and lower elementary age students. Scroll down for more information on the different books.

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Recommended Winter Picture Books

These winter picture books explore characters dealing with winter from the funny to the more realistic. The vivid imagery of winter include falling snow, ice skating, building snowmen, sledging, hibernation and evenings spent indoors with the family. You will find new titles as well as some great classics.

Once Upon a Snowstorm by Richard Johnson

In this wordless picture book a father and son are separated while out in the falling snow. The boy falls asleep and wakes up surrounded by animals. The animals help him find his home and return him to his thankful father.

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What Next?

Here are a few links to winter resources. British Council and Crayola have some great seasonal classroom activities.

Fix.com has a comprehensive article on why children should play outdoors in winter. This is a great link to send to parents.

If you have a smartboard or projector you should check out these videos. National Geographic Kids’ Youtube channel has a playlist of videos all about winter.

I would love to know what your favourite winter picture books are. Are they classics you read over and over again or do you prefer to read new books to your class? Let me know in the comments!

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Winter Picture Books for the Classroom

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Winter Books for the Classroom

Celebrate the change of seasons in your classroom. This great selection of winter-themed books will take your students from autumn to winter. You will find the perfect winter books for both upper and lower elementary age students. Scroll down for more information on the different books.

Winter Books and Online Resources

Before we get to the winter books, here are a few links to winter resources. Scholastic, Teach Hub, British Council and Crayola have some great seasonal classroom activities. If you have a smartboard or projector you should check out these videos. National Geographic Kids’ Youtube channel has a playlist of videos all about winter.

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