Take a look into the Arctic with this storytime activity for preschoolers.
These free Arctic Puzzles are a great 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.
Gong Hei Fat Choy! Are you ready to celebrate Chinese New Year?
Celebrating Chinese New Year is a fun way to talk about other cultures and customs. Learning about other cultures helps children develop an understanding that there are many different people in the world and many ways to celebrate important life events.
Whether part of a study on the arctic or just because penguins are such cute and fascinating creatures, preschoolers will love this Penguin Early Reading and Writing Activity Pack!
Brrr it's cold outside! The Winter months are a great time to
set up a Hot Chocolate Stand!
Creating patterns is a fun and educational activity.
There are so many fun ways to use these Mandala Patterns with preschoolers!
Setup is easy too, simply print and set out with your favorite manipulatives.
Fall is a great time to explore hibernation and where some animals sleep in the winter with preschoolers. Take a closer look at the 4 activities included inside this printable winter homes set...
Invite children to be a partner in reading a story with the included Rebus Story "The Bear's Long Winter Nap" in which a bear prepares for hibernation. Rebus Stories support children as they learn that print carries meaning.
As children follow along they are learning:
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