Who doesn’t love penguins? These penguin lacing cards are adorable and some of our favorite movies and documentaries have penguins in them. For our book this month, we own Penguin’s Big Surprise, and it’s such a cute story about a big brother and a little baby sister penguin.
I read this story to my son before my daughter was born and he really took to this story. He began asking questions about the baby in mommy’s tummy. My daughter is 4 now so this was ages ago but my daughter now enjoys reading this book with me. She’s been asking for a baby sister lately so I guess it was a timely choice.
You’ll love these other penguin activities for kids.
I created penguin printable lacing cards for my daughter to use after we read the book. She loves lacing cards even though she hasn’t completely mastered them.
The best part is she loves to use these lacing cards over and over again.
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Penguin Lacing Cards
The best part about these penguin lacing cards is that they’re super fun and festive to use. Your child will gain so much confidence and be able to work on their hand-eye coordination as well. These lacing cards are so great for early learners.
Your child is going to love feeling independent doing this simple project.
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Penguin Lacing Cards Supplies
Just gather up the list of supplies to get started.
Print the lacing card out onto cardstock or paper. Use the laminating sheets to laminate your paper and then punch holes into it.
If you don’t have a laminator, print it out on cardstock and then cover it with contact paper.
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Recommended Penguin Activity Kits
This penguin playdough kit is very cute! Kids will love playing with adorable penguins playing in the snow and catching fish.
Don’t want to make your own sensory bin? Grab this ready to go penguin sensory bin from Etsy.
Recommended Penguin Books
Are you a huge fan of penguins too? You’ll love any of these penguins books so that you can jump inside the world of penguins to see what these little guys are up to.
I know I always mention how important books are to the learning process but I’m so passionate about this! Reading is a wonderful way to have everyone working together and learning and engaged in a topic.
We love books because no matter what, we can all snuggle up together and enjoy the reading process. This is a time that we’re opening our brains and putting in information to help us learn and grow.
Download your penguin lacing cards below
I hope you enjoyed these fun penguin lacing cards with your little ones, make sure you print them out and get them laminated so they’re ready to go.
This will be our topic for this year and I’m really excited about each of them as I aim to blog about them each month. As always I’ll be joined by an awesome group of bloggers, you should really go see what books they’ve read and the activity they came up with.
More Penguin Activities
There’s no such thing as too many penguin activities! They are just so cute to handle and you can squeeze in a lot of homeschool lessons with a penguin theme.
Here’s a treat for your little penguin lover! Try this super easy craft with your kids and I’m sure they will be super excited to learn about these adorable animals!
Paper Bag Penguin Puppet | Artsy Momma
Tacky the Penguin Math Activity | School Time Snippets
Fun Penguin Crafts for Kids | Mrs. Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading
Penguin Craft | Easy Peasy and Fun
Penguin Snowball Play I Spy Game | Simple Fun for Kids
More Winter Activities
From drawing prompts to number mazes, these Polar Animals Worksheets for Kindergarten are sure to keep your child engaged while they learn all about life in the Arctic and Antarctic regions.
Polar Bear Craft by Homeschool Preschool