We have a another new Kindergarten Literature Unit Study Printable Pack which is expanded to include more activities than our units in the past! Explore the Arctic with this new set based on the book Over in the Arctic by Marianne Berkes.
Set the stage for your unit by gathering extra books and some toys! It helps to draw your child in and get her/him excited about your learning time together.
Don’t have a lot of toys and books to go along with this book? Ask friends, go to the library, or buy some things you think might be a good long term investment for your homeschool!
Be sure to purchase the book Over in the Arctic, or check it out from your library. In addition to the main book, I recommend adding in other fun POLAR ANIMAL books and some stuffed or toy animals to bring the theme alive!
There are over 20 activities to keep your Kindergartener engaged for quite awhile! Many tots, preschoolers and even 1st graders will enjoy this set! The main focus is Kindergarten but that isn’t exclusive! Below you can see a collage of all the printables included! Click each image to enlarge!
Over in the Arctic features a fun book filled with Arctic animals! Children can learn about these marvelous creatures while they count the animals and sing to the rhythm of the whimsical children’s tune, “Over in the Meadow.”
The printables were created to go along with the story as you will see in the photos below! Connecting your activities to a book is such a great way to weave a literacy rich learning environment into your homeschool in such a natural and fun way!
Have fun retelling the story and expanding comprehension with our comprehension questions, photo cards, and sequencing activities!
Explore beginning sounds, animal names, sentence structure, sight words, rhyming and more with these fun activities!
Explore important Kindergarten math concepts with several different activities.
Use this printable for some practice with shapes and colors!
Have fun with find the difference, tracing, and shadow matching.
Expose some geography skills by discussing the animals who live in the Northeast Greenland National Park. Use our printable maps and animal charts as well as our discussion ideas.