For the past few years we have enjoyed Arctic Activities with the kids and this winter I am planning another fun Arctic adventure. I thought it would be great to share a few of our favorites with you. Whether your children like sensory play, small world play, science, math, or you prefer a unit study approach you will find great ideas to include in your own Arctic and Antarctic Polar hands on activities.
Arctic Activities for Kids
You can download your Arctic and Antarctica Printables Here: Montessori Arctic Activities ~Polar Regions
One of our favorite sensory play ideas ever was this Arctic and Antarctica Homemade Frozen Foam Dough. It is Awesome!
I think you’ll love this Arctic Slime Winter Sensory Play from Little Bins for Little Hands.
This is a great Science activity from I Can Teach My Child. How do Arctic Animals Stay Warm in Icy Water? Love it!
Start out the day with Arctic Animals Yoga. You’ll find great Arctic Books and poses from Kids Yoga Stories.
Living Montessori Now shares a great Montessori-Inspired Arctic and Antarctic Unit.
Check out this cool Arctic Snow Dough Small World Play from Crayon Box Chronicles.
Comparing Arctic animal sizes from Gift of Curiosity. I love this idea because it includes fun hands on math.
Every Star is Different has a great Arctic Unit w/ Free Printables for early elementary children.
We had the best time with these Amazing Montessori Inspired Arctic & Antarctica Activities for Preschoolers.
What do you think? Are you ready for your own Arctic adventure with your kids?
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