Do your children love to study and learn about animals?
Winter is the perfect time to do a unit study on arctic animals! It is so fascinating how arctic and polar animals can live under such extreme cold temperatures. Here are some great printables and ideas to create your own Arctic Animal Unit Study with your kids.
Arctic Animal Printables:
Arctic Animal Do-A-Dot Printables
Arctic Animal Camoflauge Activity Printables
Arctic Animal Emergent Reader
Arctic Animal Bingo Cards
Arctic Animal Finger Puppet Printables
Polar Tundra Animal Wordsearch
Who Belongs in the Arctic? Worksheet
Arctic Animal Packs ages 2-8.
Awesome Arctic Animals Preschool Packet – with matching cards, games and many activities
Preschool Mom has an entire page of Arctic Animal Printables. There are mini books, word cards, games, cut and paste activities, writing and maze worksheets and more.
Polar Animal Notebooking Pages – there is also a free matching game included
Arctic Animal Printable Pack – there are tons of ideas and activities in this post!
Arctic Animal Unit Studies:
Arctic Region: About the Inuit – this is a detailed unit study with lapbook and 10 different notebooking pages. This is more about the people than the animals, but would be great for older students.
Connections: Polar Regions is an entire page of unit study resources and lapbooks for various grade levels.
Awesome Arctic Animal Videos – these are perfect for an animal unit study.
The Arctic Studies Center is a website devoted specifically to Arctic Wildlife Studies! There is a lot of information and links to research they have done on specific animals in the arctic. Very interesting!
Crafts and Science Projects:
Animals of Antarctica for the Montessori Wall Map and Quietbook with Printables – this is an amazing felt wall activity and quiet book with detailed instructions. They are just gorgeous.
Blubber Glove Science Experiment – How do Antarctic animals stay warm in bone-chilling water?
How do Arctic Animals Survive in Winter Science Project – find out how an animal’s body mass index can help it survive in the Arctic tundra.
Arctic Animal Crafts and Sensory Play for Little Ones – lots of adorable crafts and sensory play ideas!
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