The Snowman™ and the Snowdog kindness calendars

Children are encouraged to learn about and practise kindness this December with The Snowman™ and The Snowdog in our new kindness calendars.

The Snowman, Snowdog and a little boy flying through the air
Quick activity
PSHE, Cross-curricular, SMSC
Humanitarianism and the Red Cross, Kindness

We are pleased to say that the kindness calendars featuring The Snowman and The Snowdog (in partnership with Snowdog Enterprises Ltd) are now available. The calendars will include a range of fun activities featuring our friends The Snowman and The Snowdog to help children (aged 5 to 11) learn about kindness, the importance of having connections and friendships with others, and how to cope with change.

Win a bundle of 50 books*

This year, there is an exciting new competition that students can join in with to be in with the chance of winning a bundle of 50 books for their class, including Snowman titles and other Puffin books.

To be in with a chance of winning, students must create a Winter Windows scene using the cut outs included in the Snowman activity pack. We can’t wait to see the creations.

How to enter

It will be down to you to pick one winning Winter Window from your class’s designs. You must also ask this student to give you a quote on how the scene represents kindness or why kindness is important. To enter, you must send a photo of the winning Winter Window along with the quote to

Entrants must be from participating UK schools and pupils must be UK residents aged 5-11. Schools outside of the UK will be unable to enter. Participating schools may submit multiple entries on behalf of its pupils providing that only one entry is allowed to be submitted per class by its teacher. Multiple entries from the same class and teacher will be disqualified.

Competition closes on Friday 27th January 2022. *See full terms and conditions here. 

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