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Winter is a great time to learn about the animals that live in the Arctic. If you are planning an Arctic Animals unit this year, grab a copy of my free Arctic Animals Gross Motor Movement Game to provide a fun learning break for your kids focused on how different Arctic animals move.
Playing the Arctic Animals Gross Motor Movement Game is a great way to get kids moving while bringing a bit of joy to your day.
Note: For more Arctic printables, see my Polar Animals and Lands Unit Study page or grab my Arctic Unit Study.
To play, simply print the Arctic Animals Gross Motor Movement Game cards and cut them out. Place one card into each of the six pockets on a differentiated instruction cube. Then have your children take turns rolling the cube and performing the indicated action.
This is a great way to provide kids with a fun movement break during the day.
Don’t have a differentiated instruction cube? You can also shuffle the cards and have kids draw one from a pile.
Here is a sneak peak at the three pages included in the Arctic Animals Gross Motor Movement Games download:
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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
You’ll find more resources for learning about Arctic animals on my Polar Animals and Lands Unit Study page and my Polar Animals and Lands Pinterest board.
We love learning about artic animals it’s a fun unit for all kids. The art is lots of fun to.