I still have very fond memories of the Arctic Animals unit my kids and I did a few years back. My Arctic Animals Learning Activities post shares a lot of what we did during our Arctic unit, and is one of my most popular post every winter.
To continue offering useful resources related to the Arctic, I have created a set of Arctic Animals I Spy printables that I’m making available to you today.
I Spy games support the development of visual discrimination skills and counting skills. So your kids will be learning while they have fun with this Arctic Animals I Spy game.
Note: For more Arctic printables, see my Polar Animals and Lands Unit Study page.
There are a total of three printable games in the Arctic Animals I Spy download, with three different levels of difficulty. This allows you to tailor the activity to your child’s level. This is also great when you have children of different ages who want to do the same activity. Just select the appropriate level for each child and let them enjoy!
Playing Arctic Animals I Spy is easy. Simply print the page, and then invite your child to find the pictures that are listed.
Your child can play by him or herself. Or two people can work together to find and count all the pictures.
However you decide to play, I hope you enjoy!
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More Arctic learning resources
More Arctic animals posts from Gift of Curiosity:
- 9 Arctic animals learning activities
- Books about Arctic animals
- Arctic animal videos
- Arctic Animals Printables Pack
- Arctic animals camouflage activity
- Where Arctic animals live activity and printable
- Arctic ice sensory play
- Build an igloo
- Blubber experiment to show how animals stay warm
- Arctic animals do-a-dot printables
- Arctic animals Bingo