Free Arctic Animal Puzzles
Your students will love assembling these free Arctic Puzzles! They are a great addition to your Arctic Animals Theme, and a fun companion to the book Into the Arctic by Roger Priddy.
Into the Arctic is an informational book that features arctic animals and their habitats through winter, spring, and fall.
The unique see-through portions on each page are a fun and interesting addition to this book. Challenge children to spot their favorite arctic animals and learn about some new ones!
After reading Into the Arctic, enjoy these free Arctic Animal number puzzles to support the content from the book and enhance numeral recognition skills, ordering, and problem-solving.
Preschool Polar Bear Paper Plate Craft
Preschoolers will love this fun and simple paper plate craft!
We've made it even easier by outlining all the steps to make setting up this invitation to create a breeze. Pair this craft with your Arctic Animals, Igloos, and Ice theme or set out anytime for your Polar Bear loving preschooler.
Get ready to skate into Arctic Adventures with these fantastic books all about Arctic Animals, Igloos and Ice. Whether you have a preschooler interested in the Arctic or are preparing a lesson plan for a group of preschoolers, we have you covered with books that are sure to be a hit with young children.
Here is a fun and tasty snack to whip up during your Arctic Animals, Igloos and Ice theme!
Make this one ahead of time and serve or set up as an invitation to create and let your preschoolers make their own.
The construction area is a hub of action. There is so much learning happening in this space, from building towers-to creating cities. The work being done here is empowering the engineers of the future.
Items for this space can be particularly expensive. A quality set of unit blocks can set you back hundreds of dollars. You will also find the cost of building accessories, such as pretend people, vehicles, and building sets, starts to add up.
Below you will find a collection of Free and DIY blocks/building sets, and building accessories that you can create for a fraction of the cost. I'm highlighting some of my favorite ideas from around the web, and ideas that have been shared in our FB Community.
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