My own kindergartner brought Sneezy the Snowman home from school. The story is adorable, and as I read it, I instantly began to think of all the different ways I could teach with this book.
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Sneezy the snowman keeps shivering and sneezing because he is so cold. He gets silly ideas about what he can do to warm up, and things go very wrong. Fortunately, the children rebuild him and share their warm clothing with him. This happens several times until Sneezy is very bundled up. That's when he feels to hot and wants to take off all the clothes. The children say, "No, no!" and they tell him to cool off with some ice cream.
This book has some repeated lines young children will like to read with you:
This story is great for sequencing. Sneezy is cold. He does something crazy and melts. The kids make him again and share some clothing. This series of events happens three times before Sneezy's problem is solved.
This is my first attempt at creating a book study, so please let me know if there are additional components you would like to see.
If you're looking for a little free winter fun, you might like my Snowman Following Directions activity:
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