Learn How To Teach “Little Snowflake” by Super Simple Songs | Preschool Teaching Tips


Little snowflake is a lullaby that focuses on parts of the body vocabulary and it’s super soothing for little ones the gentle music makes it a perfect song to sing before naptime or When you need your class to calm down and take a little break Stay tuned until after the song to learn some fun activities. You can do with little snowflake Now let’s get started Snowflake snowflake little snowflake little snowflake falling from the sky snowflake snowflake little snowflake falling falling falling falling falling falling falling falling falling Falling on my Snowflake snowflake little snowflake little snowflake falling from the sky snowflake snowflake little snowflake Falling falling falling falling falling falling falling falling falling Falling on my nose Snowflake snowflake little snowflake little snowflake falling from the sky snowflake snowflake little snowflake Falling falling falling falling falling falling falling falling falling falling in my hands Falling on my head Falling on my nose Falling in my Snowflake snowflake little snowflake You That was little snow flea You can use this song to introduce and review parts of the body vocabulary if you are Introducing parts of the body before you sing the song point to the part of the body and say it clearly encouraging your students to repeat after you head if You are reviewing and your students are already familiar with the vocabulary Try pointing to the wrong part of the body and have your students. Correct you knows No What’s this? Oh This is my head right head You can also use this song to introduce new parts of the body vocabulary Sing a song on your own and have the snowflake fall on different parts of the body maybe on your shoulder or chin Take turns asking your students to come up with parts of the body for the snowflake to fall on and have them point to it This is a great song to use during a winter performance there is no specific reference to Christmas so it can be used all winter long and parents will love to hear their little ones singing along if you use this song in the springtime you can sing about Raindrops instead of snowflakes or in the autumn sing about colored leaves falling from the trees red leaf red leaf little red leaf little red leaf falling from the tree Use little snowflake in a lesson about the weather you can pair it with other weather songs such as how’s the weather and Sing a song about each kind of weather you can use rain rain go away for raining. Mr Golden Sun for sunny and little snowflake for snow Talk to your students a little bit about snowflakes each snowflake looks different and has different shapes Have your students make different snowflake by cutting shapes in white paper? You can also do an activity to find shapes in pictures of snowflakes Like this one from super simple Try this for a fun game to review vocabulary before class make for snowflakes using white paper and Tape a magnet to the back of each snowflake. So they’ll stay on the whiteboard draw a simple picture of a winter scene with trees and snowmen and place the snowflakes on the top of the picture on the side of the picture draw six to ten Evenly spaced dots from the top where the snowflakes are to the bottom of the picture Divide your class into four teams one for each snowflake and have them stand in lines facing the whiteboard Show the four students at the front of the line a vocabulary card and the first student to name the card Gets to move their snowflake one dot down on the whiteboard Those four students then move to the back of the line and the next four students try and name the next card The first team to have its snowflake reach the ground is the winner Little snowflake is a great song to wrap up a high-energy activity the calming music will help children settle down and you can end on falling falling falling falling falling falling falling falling on my lips Shh we hope you enjoy little snowflake keep on singing learning and having fun Thanks for watching be sure to check out super simple comm for more songs and resources if you have any ideas on how to use this song in the classroom or at home Let us know in the comments below and be sure to subscribe for more teaching tips

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