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Polar Bear Collage

Ages 2 to 5: Gather some favorite art materials and/or loose parts (in white of course) to decorate the polar bear

P is for Polar Bear

Ages 2 to 5: Use dot markers to learn the letters I, P, and W as well as their corresponding sounds

How Do Penguins Stay Dry?

Ages 2 to 5: Conduct a simple experiment to show how a penguin's feathers repel water to keep them dry

Arctic Play Dough Mat

Ages 2 to 6: Increase fine motor strength, inspire creative thinking, and allow time for dramatic play

Arctic Rescue

Ages 2 to 6: Engage in dramatic play and support language development by pretending to rescue arctic animals trapped in icy waters

Arctic Animal Writing Practice

Ages 3 to 5: Build fine motor and pre-handwriting skills by tracing lines to match the arctic animal to its silhouette

Arctic Animal Letter Match

Ages 3 to 6: Build vocabulary and phonics skills by identifying letters of the alphabet and connecting the letters to beginning sounds in words

Have You Seen?

Ages 3 to 6: Draw and label a picture of one animal that camouflages itself and turns white in the winter


Ages 3 to 6: Build fine motor strength by covering the polar bear in fur and learn why the polar bear's fur isn't really white

Silhouette Match

Ages 3 to 6: Build visual discrimination skills by matching images of arctic animals to their corresponding silhouette

Land, Water, or Air?

Ages 3 to 6: Build logic and reasoning skills by sorting a collection of arctic animals according to where they might be found

Arctic Animals Three Part Cards

Ages 3 to 6: Expand vocabulary and support language development while learning about different types of animals that live in the arctic

My Book of Arctic Animals

Ages 3 to 6: Compile a book about arctic animals to practice beginning sounds in words, spelling, and letter formation

Animal Count and Graph

Ages 3 to 6: Count the arctic animals before organizing the data into a bar graph

Actual Size

Ages 3 to 6+: Practice measurement skills by comparing the length of a child's foot to the length of a polar bear's foot

What Do You Hear, See, and Feel?

Ages 4 to 6: Learn more an arctic animal by thinking about what the animal might hear, see, and feel in their habitat

The Arctic News

Ages 4 to 6+: Practice phonetic spelling and handwriting by writing a newspaper article about a favorite arctic animal

Who Ate More Fish?

Ages 4 to 6+: Practice counting, one-to-one correspondence and comparing quantities by determining which animal ate more fish

In the Arctic Book

Ages 4 to 6+: Learn about different types of arctic animals by gathering interesting facts and sharing the information with others

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Unit Includes

  • 21 Lessons