Happy Winter! If you are back in the classroom, or at home with your littles this season, I’ve got a fun list of winter songs for kids that you’ll want to check out.
We love adding these winter songs to our homeschool block whenever we just need a little break.
All of these winter movement songs can be found on YouTube and are perfect for getting your children up and moving!
Snowman Freeze Dance by The Learning Station
This is such a fun freeze dance song! Your kids will love dancing and acting out how to build a snowman all with a little FREEZE twist.
Winter Mittens by The Kiboomers
Does your child like the song “If You’re Happy and You Know it?” If so, this fun winter mitten version will be a hit! It is perfect for reviewing colors too.
If you like this post you might also enjoy: Fall Songs for Kids
Penguin Song by The Learning Station
This is such a silly and fun winter kids song! Get up and move like a penguin while practicing your left and right. 🙂
Koo Koo Kanga Roo – Brrrrrr
Are you ready for this one? Stand up and get ready to FREEZE!
Snowflakes, Snowflakes by The Kiboomers
This is a sweet and calm movement song that’s great for preschoolers. I like to use this one at the end of the day or right before our quiet time.
Paw Paw Polar Bear by Pinkfong
Learning about polar bears? Add this song to your plans!
Penguin Dance by Jack Hartmann
Looking for a song your kids will request again and again? This is it! Such a fun movement song for preschoolers.
Five Gingerbread Song by The Kiboomers
We may have danced to this gingerbread song daily during our gingerbread themed week! Fun and wonderful for working on number identification and subtraction.
January Calendar Song by Jack Hartmann
I love doing this song when we start back after winter break. Great for movement and learning all about January!
Do you love these winter songs for kids?
I sure hope you have fun with these songs! Be sure to share your favorite winter song in the comments below.