Winter Poem:

Cocoa




This fun winter poem is offers many new vocabulary words. This expanded vocabulary will help your preschooler develop new language skills.

Use the poem "Cocoa" along with the "Cocoa Song" and throw in a Hot Chocolate Party and you're set for a day of winter fun. This set of cocoa theme preschool activities will help your child develop new concepts and vocabulary.

Have fun and enjoy time together while staying warm with cocoa.



Cocoa



Cocoa is a delicious treat.

It is yummy, dark and sweet.

With a marshmallow on the top,

I will drink every drop.



Teaching Tips



1. Drink cocoa then talk about cocoa. That it is a hot drink. What it taste like. It's color.

2. Talk about hot/cold. Find things that are cold.

3. Talk about new vocabulary: cocoa, delicious, treat, marshmallow



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