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# PreK and K Unit: Penguins

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This PreK-K Unit has a mixture of gross motor, fine motor, math, reading and science activities as well as crafts and snack ideas.

How Many Fish/Snowflakes in a Belly?...................................p.4
Laminate the penguins, snowflakes and fish. Have students place the number of snowflakes or fish on the penguin belly at a Math Center.

2. Count the penguins………………………………………….p. 18
Count the number of penguins and write the number on this colorable sheet.

3. Number: Penguin Match Cards………………………………………………….….....….p.19
Play memory match. Match the number on a penguin’s belly to the number of fish on another penguin’s belly.

4. Lacing Cards: Snowman/Penguin……………………………………………….p. 22
Laminate these penguins. Help students develop fine motor skills by lacing these cute penguins.

5. Cotton Ball Names……………..…………………………p. 25
Have students spell their name s in cotton balls with this cool craft.

6. Snack: Penguin’s Iceberg……...........……………………...…p.26
Using blue Jell-O and gummy penguins create an arctic treat.

7. White Playdough Recipe…………………………………………………..…………p. 27
Create a gluten-free white Playdough.

8. Snowball Fight Alphabet………………………………………………………………p.28
In this fun game students draw a lower-case letter and throw a bean bag at the Upper Case match on the wall.

9. Winter Words: Copy/Write………………………………………………………..p. 41
Hang the words around the room and have students find them and copy them onto the appropriate spot on their matching paper

10. Booklet: Penny the Penguins………………………………………………………..p. 43
In this very easy reader penguins learn about penguins through a fictional penguin, Penny.

11. Letter Match: Penguins……………………………………………………p. 44
Play letter memory match with these penguin themed cards.

12. Color by Number Penguin……………………………………………………………p. 51
These two color by number penguin sheets are differentiated for PreK and K/1.

13. Parts of a Penguin…………………………………………………………..p. 53
This simple sheet helps students learn four different parts of a penguin: belly, bill, flipper and feet.

14. P is for Penguin (Writing Practice)…………………………………………………,,,,,,,,,,………p. 54
Students practice making the letter P on this penguin themed paper.

Students make a Macaroni penguin on black paper and add orange feathers.

16. Song: Have You Ever Seen a Penguin?...........................................................................p.56
An original song that can tie into Tacky the Penguin.

17. Writing Prompt: If I Were a Penguin based on If You Were a Penguin by Florence Minor……............................……...……p.57
After reading the book, “If I were a penguin.” have students respond to the writing prompt about what they would do if they were a penguin.

18. Book Ideas………………………………..………………p.58
Three ideas to introduce penguin themed books with follow-up activities. The books are:

Tacky by Helen Lester
The Emperor’s Egg by Martin Jenkins
If I were a Penguin by Florence and Wendell Minor
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Teaching Duration
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