Best Winter Books For Toddlers

Best Winter Books for Toddlers

Are you looking for children’s books about winter? Lucky for you, we have compiled a list of the best winter books for toddlers that are home daycare tested. These winter toddler books make an excellent addition to your home library or preschool curriculum.

Winter books are an excellent way to teach children about the winter season. They can learn all about what happens during the colder months, how they can dress warmly, and even have fun activities that they can do outside in the snow!

You’ll find all this and more in our roundup of winter books for toddlers. With these great reads at your disposal, you’ll be able to make memories with your little one as you share some quality time together reading.

Below is our selection of winter books for toddlers!

Little Blue Truck’s Christmas Board Book

Little Blue Truck’s Christmas is the perfect book to share with your toddlers this season. A sweet, short story about a great big blue truck that’s spreading cheer to little animals this holiday season! Your little ones will fall in love with the story. The sturdy cardstock pages are perfect for little hands. And colorfully illustrated pictures on every page, this book will become a favorite.

The Snowy Day Board Book Board Book

Ezra Jack Keats has captured the magic of winter’s first snowfall and made it come alive for readers everywhere. With its stunning illustrations, this Caldecott Medal-winning picture book celebrates the wonder of reading, exploring what makes it so special to share read-aloud with children. This classic tale gets new life in The Snowy Day Board Book edition, capturing Peter’s initial excitement as he dashes through his neighborhood, discovering animals playing in the snow for the very first time.

Hello, World! Arctic Animals Board Book

Hello, World! Arctic Animals Board Book is designed for toddlers to learn more about the lives of Arctic animals. Your toddlers will have a blast learning how these incredible creatures survive in such cold climates, eat, sleep, camouflage themselves, and stay warm.

Good Morning, Snowplow!

Winter is no time for sleepyheads! On snowy nights, one man and his trusty snowplow are up to the task of clearing the way. Experience the thrill of driving through slick roads and swirling drifts in this sweet, rhyming story by Deborah Bruss and illustrators Lou Fancher & Steve Johnson with joyful artwork that will keep little ones captivated page after page.

The Mitten Board Book

The Mitten Board Book is an adorable naptime classic. Recommended for toddlers, this beautifully illustrated board book will keep kids captivated until the last page.

That’s Not My Snowman…

This book is packed with activities to be enjoyed by the youngest of readers, including interactive textures on every page.

Goodbye Autumn, Hello Winter

It’s never too early to get in the spirit of winter. Life doesn’t stop after the leaves fall off trees, animals start burrowing for warmth, and people trade sweaters for jackets. Goodbye Autumn, Hello Winter is a delightful book that celebrates the change from autumn to winter.

The Biggest Snowman Ever

What’s cooler than a snowman? The biggest snowman ever! Clayton and Desmond try their best but soon realize they can’t do this alone. They team up together to win the town’s snowman contest.

Freddie The Farting Snowman

Follow Freddie The Farting Snowman through his day to learn ALL ABOUT farts in this hilariously educational book for all ages. From “The Arctic Blast” to the “Farticle Collider,” there will be no end in sight for laughter that won’t stop.

We hope that you’ve enjoyed this list of the best winter books for toddlers! If you have a favorite, please let me know in the comments below. Now go curl up by the fire with one of these awesome picture books and enjoy the season while it lasts!

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