Best Winter Books for Kids

Best Winter Books for Kids

We had our first snow flurries of the season, which means hot chocolate and winter-themed books by the fire! From board books to picture books to early readers, here are our best winter books for kids.

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Head over to the library, and check out these titles! (Just a reminder that Rolling Prairie Readers uses affiliate links, at no additional cost to you.)


Duck & Goose: It’s Time for Christmas
by Tad Hills


Elmer in the Snow
by David McKee


First Snow
by Bernette Ford


How Do You Know It’s Winter?
by Allan Fowler


The Jacket I Wear in the Snow
by Shirley Neitzel


Little Blue Truck’s Christmas
by Alice Schertle


Ready for Winter
by Marthe Johnson


Secrets of Winter (a Shine-a-Light Book)
by Carron Brown & Georgina Tee


Snow
by Nancy Elizabeth Wallace


Snowballs
by Lois Ehlert


The Snowy Day
by Ezra Jack Keats


After playing outside and warming up with a few good books, my girls LOVED this winter-themed art invitation. We brought in fresh snow (crushed ice could also work well if you’re not in a snowy climate) and used watercolors to create interesting designs. I went out for more snow frequently throughout the morning as it melted, creating some really unique patterns!

Winter Art for Kids | Snow + Watercolors

Did I miss any of the best winter books? Share your recommendation below!


 While your kids are home from school this winter, try out this list of 30 “boredom-busting” activities for the whole family!

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