Perfect Polar Bear Preschool Activities

When looking for Polar Bear Preschool Activities, it is important to keep in mind that not all activities are going to be appropriate for all ages. Here are a few ideas to get you started:

1. P is for Polar Bear

In this activity, students will color and trace the letter ‘P’ for polar bear. It is a great idea to introduce the letter P during circle time.

More Information: Make Learning Fun

2. Polar Bear Shape Practice

For this activity, students get to practice shape matching by feeding the fish with the matching shape to the polar bear. To make the bear you can print out a polar bear picture or make one. Then paste the picture on a shoebox. Cut a hole in the mouth so that students can feed him.

More Information: Sandbox Academy

3. Polar Bear Tracks

Students write their names with paw print stickers. They can decorate their paper with other arctic-themed craft materials.

More Information: Mrs. Plemon’s Kindergarten

4. Polar Bear Book Activity

There are a few fiction polar bear books that you can read to students during circle time. “Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What do you Hear?” by Eric Carle is a great book. For this activity, read the book to the students, and then have students color the hat and print it out as you go through the different animals.

More Information: Books & Giggles

5. Why Are Polar Bears White?

In this science activity, students will learn about polar bear adaptations and characteristics. You can show a quick nonfiction video clip or read a little bit from a nonfiction book about polar bear camouflage. You will need a white piece of cardboard and different animal figures (including polar bears). Students will see that polar bears blend into the cardboard and other non-white animals do not.

More Information: Still Playing School

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