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All You Need for a Snowman
by Alice Schertle
Day of Winter
by Denise Fleming
by Lois Ehlert
by Douglas Florian
by Lynne Rae Perkins
Snowmen at Night
by Caralyn Buehner
by Alvin Tresselt
by NancyVan Laan
by Daniel Kirk
by Ezra Jack Keats
by Jonathan London
by Jan Carr
story times are designed to introduce your child to language, literature
and the library. By exposing your toddler to a wide variety of
the best books available and making reading an everyday part of
life, you will lay the foundations for a lifelong love of reading.
about Toddler Story Times.
the calendar for Babies & Books and Tales
for Twos story times.
Children love to see things
go in one end of a cardboard tube and come out the other end. The
longer the tube the better! Talk about what will fit in the tube
and what is too big. Put two things in and see which comes out first.
Trace your toddler’s
hand onto a paper sack for a mitten pattern. Cut two mittens from
of materials (paper, cloth, sandpaper, cardboard). Put one of each
kind on a table and the others in a paper sack. Have your child pull
one mitten from the sack and match it with its mate. This matching
game with work with socks, towels, shoes, or any paired items.
Snowman and the Bunny
A chubby little snowman
Had a carrot nose.
Along came a bunny
And what do you suppose?
That hungry little bunny
Looking for his lunch
Ate the snowman's carrot nose.
Crunch, crunch, crunch!
Five Little Snowmen
Five little snowmen all made
Five little snowmen standing in a row.
Out came the sun and stayed all day,
And one little snowman melted away.
Four little snowmen…
Three little snowmen…
Two Little snowmen…
One little snowman made of snow,
One little snowman standing in a row.
Out came the sun and stayed all day
And the last little snowman melted away.
Is Winter (tune of Frere Jacques)
It is winter (repeat
What can we do?
We can build snowmen.
One or two.
We can go skating. | On the ice.
We can spin around. | Isn’t this nice?
We can go sledding. | Down the hill.
We are going faster | Took a spill.
We are cold now | Head to toe.
Go into the kitchen. | Drink hot cocoa.
put your mitten in,
you take your mitten out.
You put your boots in,
you take your boots out.
You put your coat in,
you put your coat out.
You put your hat in,
you put your hat out.
You put your scarf in,
you put your scarf out.