Winter Preschool Songs

Celebrate all things cold and snow through rhymes, singing, and fingerplays

Songs about winter for preschoolers
Once the fun is done outside, head indoors and sing some these songs about winter with your preschooler!. Amanda Rock

It's wintertime! Depending on where you live, December, January, February, and March can bring snow, ice, and cold, but that means all sorts of fun too! Help your preschooler welcome in this fun time of year with songs about winter that celebrate all things cold and snowy. From snowmen to penguins, from snowflakes to sleigh riding, there are lots of fun things to sing about with this collection of preschool songs about winter.

As your preschooler grows and matures, and learns about the world, she may begin to notice changes in the weather, depending on the time of year. Singing songs about the seasons will help your little one learn not only how our calendar changes but also helps to build vocabulary

"I'm a Little Snowman"
(sung to the tune of "I'm a Little Teapot")

I'm a little snowman, short and fat. 
Here is my scarf and here is my hat. 
When the snow is falling, come and play.
Build a snowman every day!

I'm a little snowman, my arms are long.
I stand in the snow and sing my song.
When it gets all sunny, I can't play.
Instead, I slowly melt away!

"My Snow Pal"
(sung to the tune of "Feres Jacques")

Great big ball, great big ball
Made of snow, made of snow. 
Rolling down the street, landing at my feet!
Great big ball, great big ball.

Medium-size ball, medium-size ball
Made of snow, made of snow.
Rolling down the street, landing at my feet!


Medium-size ball, medium-size ball.

Teeny tiny ball, teeny tiny ball
Made of snow, made of snow.
Rolling down the street, landing at my feet,
Teeny tiny ball, teeny tiny ball.

Watch my snow pal, watch my snow pal
Up it grows! Up it grows!
Stacking up the balls, growing nice and tall,
My snow pal! My snow pal!

"Snowy Pokey"
(sung to the tune of "The Hokey Pokey")

You put your right mitten in
You take your right mitten out, 
You put your right mitten in and you shake it all about. 
You do the snowy pokey and you turn yourself around. 
That's what it's all about!

Additional verses:
You put your left mitten in...
You put your scarf in...
You put your right boot in... 
You put your left boot in...
You put your hat in...
You put your snowself in...

"Snow is Falling all Around"
(sung to the tune of "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star")

Snow is falling all around,
all around, all around
Snow is falling all around
Catch snowflakes before they touch the ground!

I catch snowflakes on my tongue
on my tongue, on my tongue!
I catch snowflakes on my tongue!
Building snowmen is so much fun!

"The Mittens on My Hands"
(sung to the tune of "The Wheels on the Bus")

The mittens on my hands help keep me warm!
Keep me warm!
Keep me warm!
The mittens on my hands help keep me warm!
All winter long!

The boots on my feet help me stomp on snow!
Stomp on snow!


Stomp on snow!
The boots on my feet help me stomp on snow!
All winter long!

The hat on my head is fuzzy and bright!
Fuzzy and bright!
Fuzzy and bright!
The hat on my head is fuzzy and bright!
All winter long!

The snowman in the yard was fun to build
Fun to build!
Fun to build!
The snowman in the yard was fun to build!
All winter long!

The sleigh on the hill is fun to ride!
Fun to ride! 
Fun to ride!
The sleigh on the hill is fun to ride!
All winter long!

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