Many summers ago, I created a Summer Reading Bucket List, and it went viral. This year I have decided to make a winter reading bucket list to renew our reading excitement while learning from home. This is a FREE printable for teachers to print out and encourage their students to read during remote learning and winter break. Reading shouldn’t feel like homework, and a list like this helps children feel excited about reading all kinds of books. It can be used like a checklist or challenge or just a fun list full of prompts. I’ve included my favorite books for each item on the list, as well as links to book lists to find more titles.
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Winter Reading Bucket List Resources
Find great picture books for each of these prompts below. Click on the book cover to find it on Amazon or the link for a book list of more books for this prompt.
I had a hard time picking my favorite book about snowmen, so make sure you check out this list as well.
I don’t have a book list about baking, but I’ll Wait Mr. Panda a book and baking and patience is absolutely a must-read!
There is really only one book about mittens that every preschooler must read – and it’s this one!