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The winter is coming, with snowflakes, snowman, mittens, and holidays! Let’s celebrate the arrival of winter with song, rhythms and good wish!

I’m a little snowman (Tune:  I’m a little teapot) 
I’m a little snowman
Short and fat
Here are my buttons
Here is my hat
When the sun comes out
I cannot stay
Slowly I just melt away.

Snow is falling all around (Tune: Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star)
Snow is falling all around,
Falling, falling, to the ground.
I catch snowflakes on my tongue.
Building snowmen is such fun.
Snow is falling all around, Falling, falling, to the ground.

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Caillou’s Winter Wonders The Snowball Fight/Winter Solstice/Snowbound

Snowflakes falling down (Tune: Row, row, row Your Boat)
Snowflakes falling down,
Falling to the ground.
Big, white fluffy flakes
That do not make a sound.

Hibernation Song (Tune: Are You Sleeping) 
Bear is sleeping, bear is sleeping
In the cave, in the cave.
I wonder when he’ll come out, I wonder when he’ll come out
In the spring, In the spring.

Birds are flying, birds are flying
In the sky, in the sky.
I wonder when they’ll come back, I wonder when they’ll come back,
In the spring, in the spring.

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Five little snowman
Five little snowmen On a winter’s day
The first one said, “Wake up, so we can play!”
The second one said, “Let’s stomp on the ground.”
The third one said, “Let’s roll around.”
The fourth one said, “Let’s run and run and run.”
The fifth one said, “I’m afraid I feel the sun.”
“Oh dear,” cried the snowmen, As they looked toward the sky.
And the five melting snowmen Waved a fond good-bye.

The follwing is the video of a Chinese rythme of Winter is Coming. Here are the Chinese words. Can you guess its meaning by watching the video?

雪 花 飘 飘, 冬 天 来 到。
北 风 呼 啸, 雪 人 放 哨。
松 鼠 回 窝, 小 熊 睡 觉。

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  1. 1
    Lisa Nelson // November 19th, 2013 at 2:39 am

    I really love these songs. We are definitely going to be singing these in our house – hoping for some snow this year so we can go sledding, make snowmen – and enjoy the joy of winter.

    I really love the video. Thanks so much for sharing this on the homeschoollinkup! I really appreciate your participation. The link up is more rich because of it.

  2. 2
    Meg Welch Dendler // November 20th, 2013 at 9:43 am

    Thanks so much for being a part of the Kid Lit Blog Hop! Adorable rhymes that would be great for creating art work to match.

  3. 3
    Bonnie a.k.a. LadyBlogger // November 21st, 2013 at 7:01 am

    These are wonderful! I have pinned it to my “children” Pinterest board.

  4. 4
    Kriss MacDonald // November 22nd, 2013 at 7:08 am

    Lovely list of childrens rhymes. My Mandarin is really scratchy now but I love the part that I can understand of the beautiful falling snow, north wind blowing and the cub sleeping!
    I’ve stopped by from the KidLitBlogHop.

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