Can’t believe it’s December already!
December means different things to different people. Time to reflect, time to pause, time to breathe, and time to read. Christmas, Coffee, Chocolates, Cakes, and Conversations. What’s there to not love about December :)?
December also is a month that reminds us of cozy winter evenings, snuggled up together with books and movies.
Holidays are around the corner. How about a winter reading list for this year too?
There is nothing like reading together with your little one on cold winter evenings. Not only is this a great way to enhance their reading skills, but it also gives you the opportunity to bond with your little ones. You can find ideas by checking out the following winter reading list, which includes books for ages 3 to 6 years old.
How The Grinch Stole Christmas
What is a holiday reading list without the classic “How The Grinch Stole Christmas?” Meet the cranky but lovable Grinch, a creature with a heart that is two sizes too small. Children learn that it is the people you love, not material items, that make Christmas so wonderful.
Daddy Christmas & Hanukkah Mama
In “Daddy Christmas & Hanukkah Mama,” children learn about different holidays through the eyes of a two-tradition family. It gives children an idea of culture, diversity, and respect through colorful pages of celebrations.
How To Catch An Elf
Children are sure to love the book, “How To Catch An Elf,” as it tells the story of children who tried to catch Santa but were unsuccessful. Now, they have decided to try to catch this adorable little elf. Will they succeed?
Llama Llama Holiday Drama
In “Llama Llama Holiday Drama,” this little Llama takes part in various festive activities as he waits for Christmas, but he is becoming impatient waiting for the holiday. Luckily, his momma is there to teach him the true meaning of Christmas.
The Twelve Days of Christmas
Based on the popular song, “The Twelve Days of Christmas” is a beautiful, heartwarming book with an eastern European vibe. It features colorful illustrations of each verse, allowing children to visualize this beloved holiday song.
The best part of this holiday reading list is some books are available as a read-aloud on YouTube. This allows children to visualize the stories as they become familiar with each book.
Whether you use this winter reading list or find other ideas, reading over the holidays is a rewarding activity for both you and your children
Thank you. Have a delightful December.
Read every day, doodle every day, and keep the boredom away.