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WINTER ACTION SONGS AND RHYMES FOR CHILDREN

Winter Action Songs and Rhymes for Children

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I’m sharing some winter action songs and rhymes for children that can be used in any setting. Wintertime is cold, snowy, and usually means more indoor playtime and recesses. The perfect time for action songs and rhymes.

WINTER ACTION SONGS AND RHYMES FOR CHILDREN

Wintertime can be a great learning time using winter action songs and poems. Students understand and “get” cold, snowy, freezing, snow, snowman and other winter concepts as they experience winter weather. You can make learning fun by incorporating action songs into your classroom activities.

Winter is also a great time to work on rhyming words.  Each of these action songs have rhyming words at the end of the sentence. You can say the last words and have your children repeat the rhyming sound.  Later ask them to point out the rhymes in the lyrics.

WINTER SONGS AND POEMS

Winter and January Songs, Poems, Readers Theater with Literacy Activities K-3

January and Winter Literacy Activities “Snow” good for your students! Interactive means kids are learning!

Winter themed Songs, Poems, Reader’s Theater with writing activities provides creative, applicable and adaptable Literacy Activities for K through 3rd grade.

This resource supports ELA and COMMON CORE Daily 5 for practice in fluency, vocabulary and comprehension skills reinforcement.

Resource Includes:

  • 20 Original Songs, Poems & Finger plays in Color and Black and White
  • Songs are sung to Familiar tunes! (Frere Jacques, Mary Had a Little Lamb, Here We Go ‘Round, I’m a Little Teapot, Three Blind Mice, Twinkle, Rain-Rain Go Away, The Farmer in the Dell, Baa Baa Black Sheep,) along with original poems.
  • Themes: Winter, Snow, New Year, Hygiene, January, Snowflake, Snowman
  • Readers Theater Scripts in 2 versions PK-1 and Grades 2-3 (numbered & without numbers for easy grouping)
  • List of CC Standards Strands

Perfect for your Home school winter literacy lessons. Your children can sing the songs, read the play and make the puppets to present an adorable play for your family and friends.

Winter Brain Break

Break up your learning activities with this move and say the ABC’S video with music.

The resource also comes with these literacy activities:

  • graphic organizers, writing prompts, Mini-books and writing templates including:
  • 5 Circle Maps
  • 5 Tree Maps
  • I like winter because . . .
  • How to build a snowman.
  • January . . .
  • What would you like to do in the snow?
  • How to build a Snow fort set includes: graphic organizer, planner and writing template.
  • My Favorite thing to do in Winter-Coloring and writing activity
  • 6 Fill in the blank mini book pages
  • Winter is Fun-Coloring

SNOWMAN ACTION SONGS

“Snowman Dance”  It’s back to school and it’s winter, so it’s the perfect time to have a couple of “movement activities” up your teaching sleeve. Winter “Snowman Dance” brain break and movement activity can help your students transition back into school or give them a fun way to channel all that energy. I like this song because it is short, get’s the kids moving and is fun.

SPOTIFY:

“Hey Mr. Snowman”  “Hey, Mr. Snowman” is a movement activity song for Preschool through 3rd grade classrooms. This animated video is perfect for Winter, Snowman and Snow themed music lessons.

PENGUINs on the ICE ACTION SONG

Penguins to the left! Penguins to the Right! Flippers up and flippers down, penguins on the ice! Your students will love “Penguins on the Ice” action song because they love to pretend to be penguins! Easy to use resource with the video or music tracks you can play anytime in your room or in a virtual setting.

Fun winter action song to learn LEFT & RIGHT, UP & DOWN.

It’s a winter brain break, action song, movement activity, directional movement activity for wintertime. With digital materials, your students can read, move and sing providing a fun way to learn the song.

Even when moving like penguins your students can SING, READ & MOVE! Directional words: left, right, up, down

SPOTIFY:

“Let’s Build a Snowman”

Now you can build a snowman to music! “Let’s Build a Snowman” movement activity video is a fun activity you can use with your snowman units, as a winter brain break and as part of a music lesson.

Keep students active during the winter months with this engaging movement activity. Use this activity with snowman action songs and rhymes in your literacy circles and movement activities.

Whether at home, virtual or in the classroom, all ages will enjoy learning the dance and building a snowman to music.

WINTER SONG OF THE MONTH “January”

Winter action songs and rhymes can help students learn to spell and sound out rhymes. The song “January” is perfect for this type of literacy activity.

Kindergarten, First Grade and Preschool teachers can use this January song of the month for their poetry and writing activities.

Kids will love singing and moving in this Kindergarten action song. And, you’ll be able to talk about winter weather, cold, hot, snow, snowy, weather words.

You’ll find materials to use like key words for pocket charts, coloring and writing activities in the “January” Song of the Month Resource.

LYRICS:

January (January)

Brand New Year (Brand New Year)

Cold and Snowy Weather (Cold and Snowy Weather)

Wintertime(Wintertime)

SNOWBALL ACTION SONG

“It is time for a snowball fight! Use bean bags, recycled paper, balls, “Koosh” Balls. Fantastic winter brain break for all classrooms.

“Snowballs Everywhere” is a flexible activity song you can use in any classroom. Students can toss in their desk space, in personal space in PE, Music and special needs classes.

Imagine a winter brain break for those days you can’t get outside! Easily adaptable for all grades.

Use this activity with other winter action songs and rhymes .

GERMS, GERMS GO AWAY ACTION SONG

Here’s a fun action song you can use to help teach your children how to keep germs away and use good hygiene manners.

Let’s stay healthy and stop the spread of germs!

Help your students learn good manners and hygiene skills with this fun germs song.

You can help them cover their nose, wash their hands and if “you” feel sick please stay at home.

Use the song in your morning meetings. Print the posters in the resource and post them in your classroom!

Your students will have so much fun doing the actions and keeping germs away!

And this song pairs perfectly with winter action songs and rhymes .

Here are some blog posts with winter winter music and movement activities. They pair perfectly with winter action songs and rhymes.

Winter Creative Movement Activities-

Elementary Music Lessons for Winter and January

I’m hoping your children will have fun and get lots of movement opportunities using these winter action songs and rhymes.

Sandra from Sing Play Create

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Wintertime is cold, snowy, and usually means more indoor playtime and recesses. So I’m sharing some winter action songs and rhymes for children that can be used in any setting. 
Wintertime can be a great learning time using winter action songs and poems. Students understand and "get" cold, snowy, freezing, snow, snowman, and other winter concepts as they experience winter weather. You can make learning fun by incorporating action songs into your classroom activities.
WINTER ACTION SONGS AND RHYMES FOR CHILDREN

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Hi there!  I’m Sandra, one of the authors behind Sing Play Create.  My goal is to provide teachers with interactive resources and activities to improve the effectiveness of their teaching and enhance student learning.

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