Little Learners Print & Go Activity Kit: Arctic Animals
Do you need fun science in your homeschool? Your little learner will love these worksheets to learn all about the Arctic animals.
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Learn about Arctic Animals
Do you need fun winter or animals science activities for your homeschool? Your kindergartener, or first grade student will love these worksheets and activities to help them learn all about amazing Arctic animals. This printable pack has 65 pages of educational goodness, including full color illustrations, coloring pages, dot activity pages, and more.
Your kids will learn the names of different Arctic animals, their life cycle stages, as well as full color or black-and-white illustrations for visual learning. Plus, they can use the notebooking pages to record what they learn, label the parts of different Arctic animals, and more!
What’s included in the Arctic Animals Pack:
You’ll find the following print and go pages in this pack:
- tracing vocabulary sheets — both manuscript and cursive
- notebooking pages
- vocabulary cards
- full color illustrations
- labeling worksheets
- dot a letter worksheets
- and more!
Creative Ways to Use Arctic Animals Pack
With this resource being a print and go activity kit filled with lots of engaging activities, there are several ways you can use it! Here are a few ideas to give you a little inspiration:
- Make an interactive notebook (or folder).
- Create a show-and-tell journal.
- Design an Arctic Animals “magazine” showcasing your kids favorite work.
- Laminate the vocabulary cards and put them on a ring.
Little Learners Print & Go Activity Kit: Arctic Animals is great as a stand-alone resource (especially for a unit study) or pairs perfectly with your other winter or animal-themed curriculum. If you plan to use this as a unit study, consider breaking up the activities and worksheets by having your kids complete just a few a day. There’s enough to have a month long study of arctic animals!
What are some ways you have used (or plan to use) this resource? Leave a review and let us know in the comments below!