There are so many reasons for celebrating The Snowy Day! We won’t list them here. Instead, we are showing some of the ways Ezra’s 20th-century classic is being celebrated in the 21st century—in schools, parks, museums, and around the world.
Snowy Day Season, 2019
We had some fun in the snow today reenacting my son’s favorite book #TheSnowyDay by #EzraJackKeats. His snowsuit wasn’t red at all, but some sloppy photoshop made it happen. ♀️ pic.twitter.com/m5ZYf4TIxN
— Valerie C. Robinson (@photogbyvalerie) January 13, 2019
— Ms. Liso (@MsLiso) December 21, 2018
— Mrs. Gurrola (@MrsGurrolaPreK3) January 11, 2019
We’ve been learning all about winter. Today we read #TheSnowyDay by #EzraJackKeats & painted our own snow day pictures of “clouds”, “snow falling”, “the boy’s house”, “the moon”, and much more! pic.twitter.com/MvUYr59UYe
— Katie Stanton (@MWES_PreK) January 10, 2019
Today is the big day. Students are judging to determine the winner of the @MacArthurACPS Winter Wonderland Bulletin Board Challenge. Will the winner be Third Grade with our @Seesaw integrated @EJKeats The Snowy Day board? @ACPSk12 @acpstech pic.twitter.com/tQGulENMdF
— Mr. Holland (@MrHollandsclass) December 21, 2018
Snowy Day Season, 2018
With bitter cold and blizzard conditions around the country, it was hard not to think of The Snowy Day. Unsurprisingly, some educators put that thought to good use. Here’s a selection of their Keats tweets!