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  1. Trisha Smith says:

    GREAT ideas thank you!!

  2. Tracey Hartsough says:

    I love these cute catchy songs and plan on using them in my winter lesson planning. Thank you!

  3. Snowkey Pokey! How clever!

    1. Now to figure out how to get on your Spotify! Canโ€™t wait to print and post these cute templates! Thank you!

  4. Jordan Hirst says:

    I absolutely love these songs and will definitely be using them!

  5. Thank you! Songs are a great tool to get my kids line up ready for the hall. Use lots of singing throughout my day great for transition and memory

  6. Teacher Brittany says:

    Thank you for these sweet and useful visuals of the lyrics and tunes! I can’t wait to encourage the kids to really feel their mittens and see the colors.

  7. This is my first year teaching 3 yr. olds (28 years in band)
    These are great!

  8. Sara Chase says:

    Thank you so much for sharing, as I am struggling with fun virtual lessons with young 4 yos!!
    Your songs are a big help!

  9. These songs are wonderful! Thank you for organizing and sharing them!

  10. Great songs ! I love all of them. IThis will make my playgroup easier and fun. Thanks a lot!

  11. Hi! I host a sing along podcast for kids and am wondering if I can use this post as a springboard for a winter episode. Iโ€™ll sing the songs and give you credit and direct my listeners to your page to see the lyrics and download the lyric page. Let me know what you think and thanks!

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Sure! That’s totally fine!

  12. This is great. I do the Preschool story time at our library these winter songs will be great change from the songs we sing or dance to every week.

  13. Thank you just hit the jack pot for winter songs!!!!! Awesome I work with 2 1/2 to three and this is perfect for me!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  14. Bonnie Hermann says:

    I am looking forward to using some of these songs for my cozy week at school. I teach pre-k Thank you for sharing and for all your hard work. Bonnie

  15. Shabro Jay says:

    Love, love, love your site!! I just found it and I am already having a blast with it.

    Just wanted to let you know about another really cute song with motions that I sing to my students and it’s one of their favourites. Not sure if you know it…

    A chubby little snowman
    With a great big carrot nose.
    Along came a bunny rabbit,
    And what do you suppose?

    He was so very hungry,
    looking for some lunch,
    He ATE the great big carrot nose,
    Nibble, nibble, nibble CRUNCH!

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I love that! So cute!

  16. Sanjil shakya says:

    i will let my kids listed these songs !

  17. Meagan Turner says:

    I am a preschool teacher and I just want to say that you are AWESOME!!! I LOVE ALL OF YOUR IDEAS!! Thanks so much for sharing!!๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Thanks so much, Meagan!! You are so kind! <3

  18. angie Potter says:

    These songs are brilliant. It goes well with our topic clothing and dressing Winter theme.

  19. Stephanie Wojtowicz says:

    These are such adorable little songs! I have a music class for a variety of young ages of home educated children. and these songs bridge the gap so nicely!! Thanks!

  20. These are so cute! Thank you for sharing.

  21. Thanks for sharing these cute songs. Iยดm a preschool teacher who works in Sweden. I might translate some songs to swedish. So excited!

  22. Thank you very much. I teach young children in Denmark. Hope it’s ok og I use theese songs to teach them English ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Wonderful! That is so neat!

  23. Hello, I don’t quite understand how the ‘favorite number mitten’ activity works. Help!

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      The favorite number mitten activity is a chance for students to practice identifying numbers. To set up, have numbers written on mittens (which are cut out of felt or paper). Then hold two of them up. Ask the student which number is their favorite. After they reply, place that mitten down and pick up a new mitten (so you have two in your hands again). Then ask the next student which is their favorite number. And keep repeating with all the students. I picture this as a transition activity to do while kids are lined up and you dismiss them one at a time to do a task, such as wash their hands or get backpacks. Does that help??

  24. These are perfect! I have been doing homeschool pre K with my 4 yr old and almost 3 yr old. They love to have monthly/seasonal songs. These will be great to share with our co-op as well.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      So happy to hear this! Thank you for sharing!

  25. These song are so stinking cute! Thank you! My son (almost 3) and I are always singing and making up songs, plus he’s on a serious snowman kick lately so the snowman songs are perfect!
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    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Yay! Thank you for your sweet comment! And so cute about your son! ๐Ÿ™‚

    2. LIsa Roberts says:

      Beautiful collection. Thank you for sharing!

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