I am fascinated by the Arctic region of the world, where plants and animals spend much of their lives in very cold temperatures with little sunlight.
Temperatures in the Arctic can drop to as low as -90 degrees F (-68 degrees C). And to think I find it cold when it hits 50 degrees F (10 degrees C) here in California!
Today I’m thrilled to release my Arctic Animals Toddler Skills Pack specifically filled with activities for toddlers. Expose them to polar bears, puffins, orcas, walruses, Arctic foxes, seals, and more as they develop key early childhood skills with the fun and engaging activities in this pack.
This Arctic Animals Toddler Skills Pack is geared toward children ages 1-3, and it features a variety of print-and-play activities that include:
- do-a-dot pages
- coloring pages
- size sorting activities
- color sorting activities
- find the shapes activities
- fine motor activities
- patterns practice
- sorting by quantity
- understanding quantities up to 5
- understanding more or less
Toddlers love completing do-a-dot pages with dot markers or stickers.
And coloring pages are always a hit.
There are also activities to get your toddler sorting by color and size.
Toddlers will practice identifying shapes and putting together puzzles.
Toddlers can work on their fine motor skills and their ability to recognize patterns.
And there are several activities to get toddlers thinking about number quantities in concrete ways.
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More Arctic learning resources
More Arctic animals posts from Gift of Curiosity:
- Arctic Animals Montessori Book
- 9 Arctic animals learning activities
- Arctic Animals Fine Motor Pack
- Arctic Animals Gross Motor Movement Game
- Books about Arctic animals
- Arctic Animals Printables Pack
- Arctic ice sensory play
- Blubber experiment to show how animals stay warm