Winter is coming and kids are getting excited to see the snow. But kids aren’t just waiting around for winter to come, they’re also learning about it.
One theme that’s popular during the winter season is arctic animals!
There are a variety of fun activities that kids can do to learn more about these animals, including watching tv shows and reading books.
But one of the best ways to learn is through hands-on activities, like these free printable polar bear worksheets! These sheets are perfect for kids in preschool or kindergarten.
Kids can learn about polar bears then do these simple worksheets. Download, print, and you’re ready to go.
Also, be sure to take a peek at all of our polar bear activities for kids for more ideas!
Free Polar Bear Printables
Inside this polar bear mini pack, we’ve included the following pages:
- Letter P maze
- Label a polar bear
- P is for polar bear handwriting practice
P for Polar Bear Letter Maze
Kids will love this fun letter recognition printable. Follow all the letter P’s to make it from start to finish and practice letter skills! This winter themed activity is great for kids learning their letters.
Label A Polar Bear
With this printable, kids can label the different parts of the polar bear. They’ll also be able to practice scissor skills and learn all about what makes up these cuddly creatures!
This is an educational winter activity for kids, perfect for back to school or just some learning fun on a snow day.
P Is For Polar Bear Handwriting Practice
Practice writing the letter p with this fun handwriting page. It’s a great activity to do in winter and it even has a cute polar bear illustration! Kids will love practicing their letters and improving penmanship.
Winter Animal Unit For Kids
Winter animals like polar bears, penguins, and more are fascinating animals to kids. Capitalize on their interest by creating an entire winter animal unit for kids. We have lots of fun ideas to keep your kids learning and having fun.
One of the first things we like to do is start a new unit with books. Reading aloud with your child helps them learn to listen well which will be important in school. It also improves their memory skills and imagination, which helps make the story even more fun!
Here are some of the best winter animal books for kids.
Polar Bear Island is a fun book for winter! Polar bear island is just that – only for polar bears! That is until Kirby the penguin comes to visit. She turns the place around and adds tons of interesting excitement, but will the polar bears let her stay? You have to check it out and see for yourself!
Tacky The Penguin– This is a great book for children to learn about acceptance and valuing others for exactly who they are.
Owl Babies– A sweet book that teaches kids that Mom always comes back! It’s especially great for children who may have separation anxiety.
Crafting with kids is a great activity for them because it helps with their fine motor skills, exercises their creativity, and is a fun and great way to relieve stress. Add in some more winter animals with a few of our favorites:
Penguin Headband Craft – It’s cold outside and winter is coming. Get the kids off their screens with this cute penguin headband craft that they can make themselves. Download the free template and make it whenever boredom strikes!
Handprint Arctic Fox – Kids will love this snowy winter handprint craft. Make the cutest paper animal ever with just a few simple supplies and your child’s hands! This is such an easy, fun project for kids of all ages that are perfect to do on a snow day or any time you need an indoor activity.
Paper Bag Penguin Craft – This paper bag penguin craft is a fun activity to do with your kids during those long winter months. They can be made and played with over and over again–keeping them entertained long after the initial craft!
Paper Bag Walrus Craft – Need a fun winter activity idea to make with your kids? This one is it! It’s fun, creative, and great for pretend play! This craft can be made in no time at all as well.
Help your kids get in the winter spirit with these great winter do a dot printables that are perfect for preschool and kindergarten. These can help kids practice patterns, counting, number recognition, and more!