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Snow Good!

A Polar Bear in the Snow written by Mac Barnett

Follow a magnificent polar bear through a fantastic world of snow and shockingly blue sea. Over the ice, through the water, past Arctic animals and even a human…where is he going?

Froggy Builds a Snowman written by Jonathan London

It’s Winter Carnival day, and Froggy can’t wait to build a snowman. But school principal Mr. Mugwort says there is a lot to do first. Skating! Sledding! A snow fort! Finally, it’s time to build a snowman, but Froggy builds a snow dinosaur instead. And of course the day wouldn’t be complete without a wild snowball fight.

Snow Globe Wishes written by Erin Dealey

After the worst snowstorm of the year, a young girl wishes on a snow globe that everyone will come out to play and share a dream of peace.

Croc & Turtle: snow fun! Written and illustrated by Mike Wohnoutka

Best friends Croc and Turtle want to play together, but Croc only wants to do exciting things outside in the cold and Turtle wants to stay safe and warm inside.

The Little Snowplow Wishes for Snow written by Lora Koehler

The little snowplow loves his job on the Mighty Mountain Road Crew, but the work he loves best is plowing snow. Throughout the year, he wishes for snow to come, but winter begins without a single flake in sight. As the weeks pass and the little snowplow’s birthday approaches, he starts to wonder whether it will snow at all. Will the little snowplow’s birthday dreams come true?

Peep and Ducky: it’s Snowing! Written by David Martin

What could be a more perfect toddler adventure? When the snow starts to fall, Peep and Ducky climb into their sleds for a race, landing happily on each other after hitting a bump. Then they’re on to building a snowman. But when the top half crashes, someone kicks snow and both friends get mad . . . until they crack each other up.

Snow Sisters! Written by Kerri Kokias

Two sisters enjoy a snow day in their own unique ways, apart and then together.

Little Owl’s Snow written and illustrated by Divya Srinivasan

‘Winter’s almost here!’ says Little Owl, as he observes leaves falling, animal friends hibernating, and a chill from his feathers to his feet. And just as he and his friend Raccoon are watching their breath make fog in the cold air, it happens- Snow!

Building snow forts written by Dana Meachen Rau

Learn how to build snow forts with these fun activities.

Snowflake science:https://thehomeschoolscientist.com/snowflake-science/#.VHD7nL7R8RY

Snow science experiments: https://lessons4littleones.com/2016/01/24/snow-science-experiments/

Frost in a can:https://www.steamsational.com/how-to-make-frost/

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