It's cold outside!
With temperatures dropping and winter right around the corner, today is the perfect day to share a winter-themed rhyme with a child. Here are a few suggestions:
Five Little Snowmen
Five little snowmen standing in a row
Each had a hat and a big red bow
Out came the sun and it shined all day
One little snowman melted away
Four little snowmen...three little snowmen...two little snowmen...one little snowman.
Cup of Tea
Here's a cup
And here's a cup
And here's a pot of tea
Pour a cup
And pour a cup
And have a sip with me
Slurp - mmmmm!
Put on your coat and zip it up tight
Put on your left boot, put on your right
Put on your scarf and put on your hat
Put on your mittens and clap, clap, clap!
Go outside and play, play, play
Come back in and then we'll say:
Take of your coat that was zipped up tight
Take of your left boot, take off your right
Take off your scarf and take off your hat
Take off your mittens - then take a nap!
Chubby Little Snowman
A chubby little snowman
Had a carrot nose
Along came a bunny
And what do you suppose?
That hungry little bunny
Looking for his lunch
Ate that snowman's carrot nose
Nibble, nibble, crunch.
Where did you get that little red nose?
Jack Forst kissed it I suppose
He kissed it once
He kissed it twice
Poor little nose it's as cold as ice!