Freebie Friday Linkup: Penguin Resources

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Penguin Resources

Penguin A4 page borders from Sparklebox

Penguin Friends Mobile from Scholastic
Step by step instructions are available.

I’m a Little Penguin Poem from Allison Moniz on Teachers Pay Teachers
This is just a cute little poem/song about penguins. It is sung to the tune of I’m a Little Tea Pot.

Live Penguin Webcams from Teach from the Heart
The kiddos love listening to stories about penguins and drawing pictures of them, but there’s just something unique about watching real penguins waddle and slide! One little boy was so glued to the screen that he just didn’t want to stop watching! “But we have to keep watching! I mean LOOK! They’re CLEANING THE ROCKS….and wait! That one’s about to jump in!!” The enthusiasm of this age group has been so contagious already! I can’t wait to see how the rest of the semester plays out!

Fun fact of the day: Young penguins hang out in groups called Kindergartens!

Play Learning Games with Penguins from iGame Mom
Penguin Pre-K and Penguin Kindergarten are two fun learning app for kids. Two apps are very similar on the game play, except some differences on learning content. For Pre-K, the problems are number values, ten-frames, 0-5 addition/subtraction, upper/lower case letters, geometry, color words, and pie graph comparisons. For Kindergarten, many contents are similar, but the math extends to 0-10 addition/subtraction, tally marks, and even mahjong counting.

Mr. Popper’s Penguins Unit and Lapbook Printables by Ginger, Wende, Paula, and Ami from Homeschool Share
Level 5 unit – Before I knew I was going to write up a unit and make printables for this book, I had already purchased this Easy Make & Learn Projects- Penguins. It has really cute folds and fun projects to complete. This is not a mandatory purchase in order to complete this unit; it is just a supplement.

Penguin Activities from Kidzone
Penguin Printable Worksheets and other “Off line” Activities

Here are some penguin activities for teachers from Kindergarten Crayons
Little reader on penguins and Parts of a Penguin worksheet.

Penguin Crafts and Activities for Kids from DLTK’s Crafts for Kids

Penguin Toilet Paper Roll Craft from DLTK’s Crafts for Kids
Tasha “taught” me all about penguins one day. Two interesting facts that I was surprised she knew were that they live at the south pole not the north pole and that they use their wings for swimming not for flying.

Penguins from Mrs Waddingham- Just Smile and Teach from Teachers Pay Teachers
Interactive Penguin story along with science activities,recording sheet and physical education game.

Penguins Printable Book & Craft from Deceptively Educational
After the craft was done, I gave my son some blank pages I’d made so he could document all the different types of penguins.

Math Center — Do the Math Hopscotch (addition with sums to 12) from Froggie Went a Teachin on Teachers Pay Teachers
Skill: Children will practice addition with sums to 12.

Grade Level: First Grade through Second Grade, Special Education, ESL

You will receive a 7 page ebook absolutely free of charge. Your ebook includes a Storage Label, Directions, and Hopscotch Gameboards. Children will practice adding 2 numbers with sums to 12 while playing Hopscotch Math. Activity is great for 2 students and I have added an extra set of gameboards in case you want to use it with 4 students. Just cut, print, laminate, and place in your math center for your students to have a hoppin’ good time learning math facts.

Mr. Popper´s Penguins from ESL Printables
A worksheet about Mr. Popper´s Penguins, a new movie for kids.

Penguins from Enchanted Learning
Information, Coloring Pages, and Quizzes

Penguin Word Search from Classroom Jr

Coloring page Penguin from Edupics

Recortables 3D de animales | Pingüino from Cuidado Infantil

Cute Penguin Printable Coloring Page for Kids from Kids Creative Chaos
Find penguin projects and printable coloring page for kids. This little guy is bundled up to keep warm for winter.




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