Penguin STEM Activities

Two fun penguin STEM activities for kids: penguin belly slides and tobogganing races #penguins #penguinskids #winteractivitiesforkids #stem

Penguins love to toboggan, or slide, on their bellies.  It’s faster and not to mention more fun than waddling along the ice all day.  Here are two penguin STEM activities about tobogganing to get your students creating and building this winter. They’re perfect for young learners just getting started with STEM. Both STEM challenges use […]

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Polar Bear Paper Bag Book Craft

Polar Bear Craft | Polar Bear Art | Polar Bear Activities

This post contains affiliate links of products I recommend.  Read my full disclosure statement. I love the idea of making books for students to record their learning.  When studying polar bears or Arctic animals, this easy-to-make polar bear paper bag book craft does just the trick! Materials 3 white paper lunch sacks stapler 3 two inch […]

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Easy Polar Bear Cookies

Kids will love making these easy polar bear cookies during a polar bear or arctic animal study this winter!

This post contains affiliate links to products I recommend. Read my full disclosure statement. I’m working on a polar bear unit even though winter isn’t quite here yet.  I wanted to go ahead and share this idea for super simple polar bear cookies.  All you need is four ingredients and a few minutes to make […]

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Textured Snowman Craft

Adorable textured snowman craft for kids

  Friday is art day around here and with temperatures in the single digits last week, what better art project to make than a snowman?!  I’m so excited to share this textured snowman craft with you. The snowman looks so real that you almost feel like it’s made of snow! Materials: Construction paper or cardstock (Colors: […]

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CVC Activities for First Grade

A fun and hands-on way for first grade students to practice reading and writing CVC words this winter is to build them with snowballs! Materials: ping pong balls permanent marker half dozen egg carton (or a regular egg carton) Take ping pong balls and write letters or place letter stickers on them. Use these “snowballs” […]

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