Snow Dance

Snow Dance In this lyrical celebration of one of the most awaited days of the year two young children anticipate a snowstorm and all the joy wonder and excitement that it promises As the flakes begin to fall

  • Title: Snow Dance
  • Author: Lezlie Evans Cynthia Jabar
  • ISBN: 9780395778494
  • Page: 472
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In this lyrical celebration of one of the most awaited days of the year, two young children anticipate a snowstorm and all the joy, wonder, and excitement that it promises As the flakes begin to fall, their wish comes true and the two cavort in the freshly fallen snow When they are all tired out they return home to warm up by the fire with hot cocoa Lively, bright waterIn this lyrical celebration of one of the most awaited days of the year, two young children anticipate a snowstorm and all the joy, wonder, and excitement that it promises As the flakes begin to fall, their wish comes true and the two cavort in the freshly fallen snow When they are all tired out they return home to warm up by the fire with hot cocoa Lively, bright watercolors capture the exuberance and enchantment children experience at the first snowfall The author illustrator team of Rain Song brings us yet another perfect read aloud for any weather.

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      Published :2018-08-06T16:20:10+00:00

    1 thought on “Snow Dance”

    1. Fun rhymes and colorful illustrations make this a delightful read for snowy weather (or if you just want to dream about it!)

    2. -poetic read-aloud for kdg. and first grades- lesson ideas- verbs (identify and perform)-warm-up to spark discussion about snow activities and link to writing assignment

    3. Snow Dance is a nice book to use with younger students maybe in 1st through 3rd grade. The book is about a group of school children who wish for a snow day so they can stay home and play outside. This book is a great tool for teachers to use when discussing various forms of writing. It is written in the form of an ongoing poem, and uses a large amount of rhyming words. This book is also great to introduce new vocabulary that may possibly be unfamiliar to students. The author used such words as p [...]

    4. Comments on the Story: The writing in this story is incredibly impressive. There is so much rhyme and rhythm to each page yet none of the rhyme seems forced because the story flows so well. This book almost seems like it should be a song.Recommended Uses for the Book:I think that this is a good book for use at home for toddlers. It could also be a good book for a winter theme for a library story hour. Because the book is so well written with great use of rhyme, I think that this book can hold th [...]

    5. First let me say that I like this book and it is a great choice for small storytimes or one on one sharing. That being said, I would have like for the book to be larger. The illustrations work, but would be difficult for children to see in a large storytime group. SubjectsWinter -- Fiction.Snow -- Fiction.Rhyme -- Juvenile fictionStories in rhyme

    6. I would probably have never picked up this book, but a patron said his daughter wrote it so I had to give it a try.This is a great book! Very descriptive and makes me want to play in the snow. I love the illustrations and I am going to recommend this book more in the winter It is well written and I think kids will like it!

    7. More like 3 1/2 stars. Who doesn't do a snow dance to try to make a snow day happen? This is a cute book about dancing to make it snow, and then enjoying the snow once it comes. Need to add a little movement to your class, this book might help. It also go through all the clothes needed to go out in the snow, supporting a lesson on clothing for winter.

    8. This is a fun rhyming story of kids wishing for snow to come and the fun they have when it comes. It has bright, fun illustrations to go along with the story. I would use this in class to open discussion about seasons, and the different activities in the seasons.

    9. this is one of my favorite winter books- a lovely little poem that flows along joyfully capturing our childlike wonder, awe and love of snow

    10. I read this poetic book with Dad in RMHC room 335 as an arctic blast hit the Toronto area. I enjoyed the pictures and daddy liked the rhyming words.

    11. I really enjoyed reading this aloud for storytime practice, good rhyme and nice bright pictures. Didn't use it though for fear of it being too long for a group. Maybe another time.

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