Flannel Friday: Winter Clothes

There’s still some winter left, so here’s a colorful set of winter clothes.

You can sing “Boots and Jacket, Scarf and Hat” to the tune of “Head and Shoulders.” Touch your feet, chest, neck, and head as you sing.

Boots and jacket, scarf and hat, scarf and hat,
Boots and jacket, scarf and hat, scarf and hat,
In wintertime we dress like that,
Boots and jacket, scarf and hat, scarf and hat

Or you can have them act out putting on all the different clothes while you sing, “We’re putting on our boots, we’re putting on our boots, hi-ho the derry-o, we’re putting on our boots.”

You can also do a guessing game, and say, “I’m thinking of something we wear in the winter that is long and skinny and keeps our neck warm.” Then put the picture of a scarf on the board. Or for younger children you can do the reverse, and put all the clothes on the board, and give the clue. Then you can be silly and when they guess “scarf!” you can pick up the boots instead. We’re so easily entertained!

(Ed. 11/11: I am no longer sharing my clip art files due to copyright concerns, so I’ve taken down the link to the files. However, if you search in Microsoft Word clip art you may find the original files I started with.)

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