Narrating Tales of Preschool Storytime

"There are no happy endings. Endings are the saddest part, So just give me a happy middle and a very happy start." -Shel Silverstein

Flannel Friday: Five Little Snowmen

on October 7, 2011

I know winter isn’t here quite yet, but it will be before we know it!  It’s a bit chilly outside today here in Vegas (50 degrees, yes I know that’s not very cold, but it is for us!) so I thought this flannel would be perfect to share.


Five Little Snowmen

Five little snowmen standing in a row, each with a hat and a big red bow, out came the sun and it stayed all day, and one little snowman melted away.

Four little…

Three little…

Two little…

One little snowman standing all alone, with one red hat and one red bow, out came the sun and it stayed all day, no more little snowmen, they all melted away!

As you can see I have the 5 little snowmen and as I’m reading the rhyme each time one melts away the snowman is replaced with a puddle.  Enjoy!


7 responses to “Flannel Friday: Five Little Snowmen

  1. These are so sweet! I plan to copy it very soon!

  2. Katie says:

    I really like this rhyme!

  3. I will have to make puddles for my snowmen! I say this rhyme but my snowmen just disappear. The puddles are a great touch.

  4. Love the puddle idea! I am making new snowmen for this week’s storytime. I will have to create some puddles, too. 🙂

  5. lena says:

    I just made five snowmen activity today! i love the puddles! I may add them to mine too! =)

  6. Marsha says:

    Love this poem, but I think when the snowmen melt I would leave the hat and bow in the puddle since they aren’t made of snow they wouldn’t melt away. Going to use this poem before winter weather is gone. Thanks

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