Polar animals are a great way to introduce your kindergartener to the world of science and nature. That’s why I’ve created these fun polar animals worksheets for kindergarten.
Whether your child is learning about the Arctic or Antarctic, these worksheets will help them stay engaged and learn more about the wonderful creatures that live there.
There are plenty of fun activities you can do with them, from tracing polar animal names to counting penguins and beyond.
Grab these free polar animal worksheets below that will keep your kindergarteners entertained while they learn.
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Polar Animals Worksheets for Kindergarten Supplies
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Recommended Polar Animal Books for Kids
Let your kids explore the world of polar animals like the polar bears, arctic foxes, penguins, and more, in a fun way with these polar animal books!
Arctic Fox: Fascinating Animal Facts for Kids (This Incredible Planet)Polar Bear IslandArctic Animals (Cold Feet)Ten Animals in Antarctica: A Counting BookThe Coldest Tundra! Arctic & Antarctica Animal Wildlife Children’s Polar Regions BooksReindeer (A Day in the Life: Polar Animals)
Recommended Polar Bear Activity Kits
Do you need fun science in your homeschool? Your little learner will love these worksheets to learn all about the Arctic animals.
Grab this premium sensory bin for your little one to learn about polar animals while enjoying a sensory activity that is crucial for their development.
What is included in the Polar Animals Worksheets?
Name Tracing Activity
This name tracing activity gives kids a chance to practice writing out their favorite polar animal names. It’s perfect for practicing fine motor skills, as well as learning how to spell new words. Plus, it’s always fun to color the pictures of polar bears, seals, and penguins!
Find the Difference
This find-the-difference activity encourages children to look closely at four images of polar animals and identify which one is different among them.
This helps foster problem-solving skills while also teaching them more about polar animals! As an added bonus, this activity is great for practicing visual discrimination skills as well.
Everyone loves puzzles—and this puzzle is no exception! Kids will get to practice their motor skills, problem solving abilities, and shape recognition all while having a blast putting together this fun picture of a polar animal!
Trace along with seal whiskers in this fun tracing activity that will help them improve their handwriting skills and practice their fine motor skills. They’ll get a chance to color the seals’ faces, too!
Kids will have a chance to improve their counting skills while counting some polar animals.
Count and Match
Another counting practice for your little one! They need to cut the penguin eggs and pasted them to match the given numbers.
How To Draw: Drawing Prompts
Drawing prompts are a great way to get your child’s creative juices flowing! These drawing pages will give them tips on how to draw different types of polar animals like penguins and walruses so they can draw their version using pencils or crayons.
This exercise is perfect for getting kids to think outside the box when it comes to art projects!
Penguin Number Maze
Let your kindergartener explore numbers with this cute number maze featuring penguins! They’ll be able to trace pathways by coloring each fish in order as they count from 1-10 to reach the mackerel.
This exercise helps reinforce basic math concepts like counting while also being tons of fun!
Picture Puzzle 1-5
Your little one will have a blast while solving this picture puzzle while they practice counting from 1 to 5. Just assist them in cutting the pieces of the puzzle so they can put them in order from 1-5 to make a picture.
There are so many great activities for homeschooling kindergartners that involve polar animals! We hope you’ve been inspired by our list of worksheets to explore even more educational opportunities for your little one.
From drawing prompts to number mazes, these worksheets are sure to keep your child engaged while they learn all about life in the Arctic and Antarctic regions. Enjoy!
Download the Polar Animals Worksheets for Kindergarten below
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