|The Snow Queen|
Today, in my area of Massachusetts, we are under a blizzard warning and the snow has been falling steadily since this morning. I have lived my whole life here and yet I am still struck by the stunning beauty of a snowfall. Here are some tales to celebrate the season.
Davy Crockett and the Frozen Dawn - USAhttp://tinyurl.com/chxu4xu
The Ice King and His Wonderful Grandchild - Dutchhttp://tinyurl.com/c8npw7z
The Little Daughter of the Snow - Russiahttp://tinyurl.com/dyopzsg
Princess Miranda and Prince Hero - Poland
The Snow, the Crow and the Blood - Irelandhttp://www.pitt.edu/~dash/snow.html
The Snow Maiden - Russiahttp://tinyurl.com/dxj3xsu
The Snow Queen – A Tale in Seven Stories by Hans Christian Anderson
The Snow Tomb - Japanhttp://tinyurl.com/cydbgtb
Snow Woman - Japan
Story-Lovers.com - Jackie Baldwin shares a compilation of books, resources and stories on winter and the winter solstice.http://tinyurl.com/yjwq354
The Twelve Months – Russiahttp://russian-crafts.com/tales/12months.html
Snow Crystals.com - We are told no two snowflakes are alike, but now you can see just how different these remarkable gifts of nature truly are. This site is a wonderful addition to any math or science program.
Two previous blog posts that celebrate the season.
Celebrating Snow with the Small Ones – Fingerplays, songs and more to delight the children in your winter lapsit program.
Oh the Weather Outside is Frightful – A blog post from 2011 with stories, curriculum, crafts and more.
Karen Chace 2014 ©
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