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There Was a Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow

Lucille Colandro

To encourage breathing and group participation, engage children to sing along with you!

For an added challenge, have children run through each pose at the last verse of the book!

Twinkle fingers down as the snow floats around.

Feel the warmth on all ten toes!

The coal rolls down to keep the pipe’s glow.

Lift the black-brimmed hat up overhead!

The long, brown branch pushes down the snow – press palms firmly into your mat.

The long, striped scarf blows in the wind.

The old lady’s plan – she built a snowman!

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