" This is a great first time reader book and it has pictures on some of the sentences to help with the reading. Good book about what you wear in the snow. Good for Preschool and kindergarten. " Shelly Koressel said.
" This book is very simple, yet a good book. The pictures are used in the sentences, which would help students make connections with what they may wear everyday. " Sha-Quita Jordan said.
" This was read to me out of a big book and I loved it! A book that can be used in many different ways and has predicable text for yound children. " Ky said.
" This book has really cute pictures and I really like the rhyming scheme of the book. The story is not great but it is okay. " Megan Staten said.
" A cumulative read aloud that showcases the many layers of winter clothing a day of snowy fun outside requires. Text reads like a rebus as the different layers of winter clothing are reviewed. This story would make a good flannelboard tale for PreK-2. " Samantha said.
" This book has a cumulative story line and builds each time as they add a piece of clothing. Before you read the book, you may ask the students what items of clothing they might wear in the snow. It also has pictures to help newer readers learn to read. " Amy said.
" Follow the rhyme and rhyme as a little boy takes you through each layer of clothing he wears out in the snow. It has a lot of repetition and is a great book as a read aloud or for a read to self for beginning readers. " Sandy said.
" I read this book to my preschoolers. I had the materials listed in the book, such as scarves, mittens, shirts, pants, etc. As I mentioned each piece of clothing, the children that had that piece of clothing shook it. They loved it! " Lisa Morrow said.