Winter is for Snow is today’s Story Book Advent Christmas Book, Brittany from Love, Play, Learn brings us a fun activity for preschoolers to do as you read this delightful book. The book Winter is for snow is about a brother and a sister in Winter, the brother loves the snow, the sister loves her gadgets and doesn’t like the snow at all. Persuaded to put down the gadget the siblings get dressed and head out into the cold for some sledging fun – eagerly on the brothers side and with grumbles and groans on the sisters. As they head towards the hill the brother slowly changes the perspective of his sister through storytelling a journey in the icy parts of the world and a smile is brought to her face and she LOVES the snow and Winter.

Winter is for Snow - indoor snowy small world play

To bring this book alive, Brittany has created a fun Sensory Small World Play in the snow to retell the story and extend on the snow, including her own recipe for “indoor snow” she explains how to set up the bin and the hours of fun that her daughter had retelling Winter is for snow through play in the sensory bin.

Story Book Advent - 24 days of Christmas Book Based Activities for Kids

Story Book Advent is running from the 1st December to 24th December sharing Christmas Book Based activities to enjoy through the countdown to Christmas. Don’t worry if you don’t have the books, the activities are fun to do with your children whether you have or don’t have the books and have a common Christmas and/or Winter theme to them. Find out if your favourite Christmas Book has been shared so far

Day 1 – The Snowman

Day 2 – The Nutcracker

Day 3 – The Gingerbread Man

Day 4 – Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer

Day 5 – Aliens love Panta Claus and Merry Christmas Curious George

Day 6 – Christmas in Big Wood

Day 7 – Forever

Day 8 – Can you see what I see? Night before Christmas  with a bonus Spot’s First Christmas Activity

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Cerys Parker

Cerys is a marine biologist, environmental educator, high school teacher and mum. Realising that life doesn't have to be put on hold and you don't just have to survive whilst the kids are young she shares ideas to inspire you to LIVE with the kids, with activities to do together, recipes to cook and enjoy and family travel to make memories to last a lifetime.

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