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Thursday, January 31, 2019

Polar Bear Books and Activities for Kids

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I know it's almost February but it is soooo cold outside.  Here in North Georgia, the weather is as unpredictable as it gets.  One day, we're breaking out our warmest winter clothes and the next day, we're pulling out our shorts and t-shirts.  I remember one year way back, we had an ice storm.  The next day, my mother and I were laying out in the sun in swimsuits while we watched the ice melt off the house.  It was late March.  (Please don't lay in the sun.  My skin cancer scar is now a daily reminder to be smarter.)

Anyway, the brutal cold reminds me of some of our Polar Bear books.  Let's take a quick look at those because I know your kids will love them.  Then, scroll on down and find several great polar bear activities to enrich the reading experience for your kids.

Polar Bear Books and Activities

 

That's Not My Polar Bear


This delightful series of board books is aimed at the very young child. Bright pictures and touchy-feely patches are designed to develop sensory and language awareness.

Age9 mo and up
Size6 1/2 x 6 1/2
Pages10
SeriesTouchy-Feely Board Books
AuthorWatt, Fiona

Bears 


What do bears eat? Where do they live? Can they swim? In this book you’ll find the answers and lots more about the fascinating world of bears.  

Age5-7 years
Size6 1/8 x 8 3/8
Pages32
SeriesBeginners
AuthorEmma Helbrough

These activity books are full of fun facts, quizzes, word searches, mazes, lots of tips from Bear Grylls, and more than 60 stickers!

Age8+
Size8 1/2 x 11
Pages32pp + stickers
SeriesBear Grylls Activity
AuthorBear Grylls

 Bear Grylls Complete Collection (7)

 


You’re given a magical compass and suddenly you’re no longer at outdoor camp but in an amazing place in the world – with Bear Grylls as your guide! 

Age7-10 years
Size5 x 7 3/4
Pages128 each
SeriesBear Grylls Adventures
AuthorBear Grylls

 

Polar Bear Activities to Enhance the Reading Experience

 

Build paper bag bear caves.  (Story Time Toys)

Build a Popsicle stick polar bear. (Glued to My Crafts)

Paint polar bears with puffy paint.  (Mrs. Plemons' Kindergarten)

Download an arctic animals fun pack.  (1+1+1=1)

Practice writing skills with this polar bear writing craft.  (Miss Giraffe's Class)

Make arctic slime.  (Little Bins for Little Hands)

Make marshmallow polar bears.  (Mrs. Karle's Sight and Sound Reading)

Polar Bear Facts with Free Printable (Itsy Bitsy Fun)

Make a polar bear with newspaper.  (i heart Crafty things)

Learn why polar bears are white.  (Raising Lifelong Learners)

Enjoy this adorable polar bear paw snack.  (Thrifty Jinxy)

Make a paper plate polar bear. (Simply Today Life)

Make a peek-a-boo polar bear.  (10 Minutes of Quality Time)

Make and enjoy polar bear graham cracker squares. (The Simple Parent)

Learn how polar bears keep warm with this science experiment.  (The Pinay Homeschooler)

Color these free polar bear coloring pages.  (Fun for Little Ones)

Make polar bear story telling crowns.  (Books and Giggles)

Make a moving polar bear cub.  (Kids Craft Room)

Learn how blubber insulates polar bears with this great STEM project. (Preschool Powol Packets)

Have lots of fun with this mixed media polar bear craft.  (Where Imagination Grows)

Follow my Polar Bear Activities for Kids Pinterest board for many more ideas for polar bear activities and crafts.
 

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