Snowmen, Snowmen Everywhere….

We had a super fun week learning all about winter, snow and snowmen.  We were very busy reading snowman books, singing songs and making lots of crafts.  We even had a very special, yummy Fun Friday snack that looked like a snowman.

Build a Little Snowman

(to the tune of “I’m a Little Teapot)

Build a little snowman, starting with his feet.

Put on lots of snow, and pat it all so neat.

Then make a round ball, and put it up on top.

Then the sun will come out and make the snowman hot.

preschool book snow, snowman

We read “Snowballs” by Lois Ehlert.  She is one of my favorite children’s authors.  The illustrations of the snow family in the book are made with recycled everyday items found around the house.  This inspired us to make our own recycled snowmen out of shredded paper.

shredded paper snowman, recycled crafts

We started with shredded paper.

shredded paper snowman, recycled crafts

We then made a glue outline of a snowman and added the paper to the glue.

shredded paper snowman, recycled crafts

We added a top hat, beads for the eyes and mouth, a felt scarf and pom pom buttons.

preschool book about snowmen and snow

We read “The Snowman Storybook” by Raymond Briggs.  This beautifully illustrated book tells the story of a little boy and his snowman that comes to life one night and takes him on an adventure.

preschool snowman craft

Making fingerprint snow to fill the paper sky.

preschool snowman craft

We added white circles for the body, an orange triangle pointing up for the nose and black circles for the mouth.

preschool snowman craft

We added a fun felt scarf.

preschool snowman craftOur finished snowman, looking up at the snowy sky!

preschool book about snow and snowmen

We read “Snowmen at Night” and “Snowmen at Christmas” by Caralyn Buchner.  This is a fun series all about snowmen who come to life and have mischevious adventures while the world is asleep.

preschool book about snow and snowmen


preschool snowman craft

We made snowman faces out of paper plates and a round sponge dipped in black paint for the eyes and mouth.

preschool snowman snacks

We made these fun snowman snacks to finish the week of snowmen.  To make the snowmen you need:  mini bagels, cream cheese, coconut, chocolate chips and Cheetos.  Spread the cream cheese onto one half of the bagel, top with coconut and chocolate chips and a small piece of Cheeto for the nose.

preschool snowman snacks

Yummy, yummy snowmen!

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