Wonderful Winter Books for Kids
Luckily we don’t have any snow here yet, but winter is fast approaching, why not incorporate it into your homeschool with some fun Winter books for kids? These books are the perfect way to get the kids engaged and wanting to read!
What do you do when it’s snowing outside? To keep warm with your family, snuggle up and read a good book. I’ve already placed mine on hold at the library. I figure since we get to keep the books for three weeks, we’ll be in December by then and bound to see snow. If not, it will still make for a good read.
For for ideas on what to do this winter, please feel free to check my list of Fun Winter Activities for Kids.
I always keep a list of books ready just in case the ones I want are not available. That’s the downside of relying on the library for all your books, you may not always get it when you want it.
Sometimes, I catch my middle schooler reading picture books, he’s a very visual learner, and if it’s a good book, he can’t resist. I love this time of year when Christmas is around the corner, you can deviate from your regular homeschooling plans and just read and enjoy great books.
I like to look for activities or lapbooks that I wouldn’t normally have time for and bring those out in December. You’ll have plenty of time in the new year to get back to your old plans.
The biggest thing to take away from these winter books is that they’re all great for kids and families to read. Snuggling up together and enjoying a good book is the perfect way to bond and reflect on the day.
And when it’s cold outside, reading is such a comforting thing to do!
Recommended Winter Workbooks
If you need some activities to keep kids learning while having fun this winter season, these winter-themed workbooks are perfect!
Winter: Coloring and Activity Book with Puzzles, Brain Games, Mazes, Dot-to-Dot & More for 2-5 Years Old Kids (Coloring Activity Book)Little Skill Seekers: TracingThe Great Big Winter Activity Book for Kids Ages 4-8: A Fun Winter Workbook Full of Coloring Pages, Word Search, Dot to Dot, Math Mazes, and More! (8.5Christmas Cut And Paste Workbook For Preschool: A Fun Christmas Gift And Scissor Skills Activity Book For Kids Ages 2-5… Coloring and Cutting Practices For ChildrenNumber Tracing Winter Fun: A Number Trace Practice Workbook for Kids Ages 3-5Winter Addition & Subtraction: Kindergarten Math Workbook| Grade 4- 8| Math Riddles (Kindergarten Math)
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Recommended Winter Activity Kits
Do you want a fun math practice? Grab this winter color by addition printable and let kids improve their math skills this season with a touch of creativity.
Math doesn’t have to be a bore. Try these Winter addition cards and bring the spirit of winter indoors while you stay warm and snuggly.
This very cute playdough kit features a melted snowman that kids can rebuild. Kids will love it!
Wonderful Winter Books for Kids
All of these books that are listed below are focused on winter! Some of these winter books for kids will have snow in them while others will just focus on an activity or the season.
Doesn’t everyone love a snow day? There’s just something so magical about the day and all the adventures that are waiting.
Finding a mitten is a big deal but whose mitten is it? The kids will just have to read along and find out!
Katy the tractor has a big job coming up and she shows how valuable she really is!
This lovely book is all about the beauty of hope.
A mother’s love is evident to try to secure her daughter a coat during the post-World-War II times.
This book is about bravery, courage, and the worry that it’s going to be her very last first time.
This is a picture book full of lovely illustrations all about the winter.
Imagine having a thought that all snowflakes were miracles..That’s exactly what this book is all about.
If you like Goldilocks and The 3 Bears, you’re going to love this book with a fun winter twist!
This book is pages full of fun winter poems that the kids are certain to enjoy!
Not only does this book have fun words to read but there are textures to feel, too.
Cool pictures of nature behaving in nature. Check out the deer taking the nose off the carrot!
Read these books just for fun or use them in your homeschool. Have the children write about what they learned or enjoyed from the story. Let them draw their own pictures or turn their writing into a notebook or lap book. Have fun reading these books with your children with some hot chocolate in your home to keep warm this winter.
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For preschoolers, I’ve prepared this list of the best winter books that will surely make your early reader excited for reading time.
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