Snow is the twenty-sixth episode of the first series of Peppa Pig.

Synopsis Edit

The pig family go out to enjoy a day of snow fun.

Plot Edit

As Peppa and George watch the snow outside they ask to go and play. Mummy Pig allows it, but tells them to dress warmly. Daddy Pig reminds them to grab their hats, scarves, and gloves on and they run outside after finishing. 

Down the big hill and at the bottom, Peppa and George watch as their foot prints appear in the snow. Peppa accidentally falls into a hole and gets covered in snow, but when George starts to laugh she gets an idea and they decide to throw snowballs. She throws one at George and they take turns tossing the small balls of snow at each other, laughing as they run around. 

But after Peppa makes a giant snowball that gets too big for George, causing him him to fall over until he starts to burst into tears. Peppa apologizes for being too rough and suggests that they build a snowman, which perks him right up. 

They roll up the giant snowballs and put them together to form a head and body. George finds some sticks for the snowman's arms while Peppa grabs some stones for the eyes and mouth. She determines that they still need a nose and runs off to grab a carrot before they decide it needs some clothing to keep warm. George runs to their house and grabs some clothing he is able to find, these being a big hat, scarf, and a pair of gloves. Peppa then calls for Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig to come look upon finishing. 

Mummy Pig compliments the snowman while a chilly Daddy Pig joins them. He does not have on his hat, scarf, or gloves and claims not to know where they are. After a moment, Mummy Pig is able to determine that the snowman is wearing it, which she then shows to Daddy Pig, causing everyone to laugh. 



  • This is the ninth time in the series where George cries.
  • This is the first episode to show Peppa and her family in their snow apparel.
  • Peppa and George used part of Daddy's snow apparel for the snowman.

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