I haven’t posted about school in forever. Well, it’s winter, so…we’re reading winter books in pre-k and kindergarten! It snowed this weekend, which makes this even more appropriate to post about. We are well into our novels in grades 1-6, we’ve been reading them since November. And I did a lot of various holiday stories with the little ones in the fall. Now it’s January, so we’re enjoying some snowy stories.

In pre-k we’ve read Bear Snores On by Karma Wilson, A Perfect Day by Carin Berger, Snow Party by Harriet Ziefert, and Duck Skates by Berry Lynne.

In kindergarten we’ve read The Red Book by Barbara Lehman, Duck at the Door by Jackie Urbanovic, Here Comes Jack Frost by Kazuno Kohara, and Over and Under the Snow by Kate Messner.

Some of these are old favorites I used to read all the time, and some of them are new additions to my read aloud rotation. But I really liked all of them, especially the Kate Messner, Kazuno Kohara, and Carin Berger books. Winter stories are the best seasonal stories to read with tiny humans, in my opinion.