North Pole & South Pole

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North pole and South Pole words for kindergarten

North Pole and South Pole words with pictures, kindergarten expert, free printable

 

Theme center North Pole and South Pole

Kids imagine themselves at the North Pole with a white igloo tent and two polar bears. The bear suits and bear hats are sewed by a mother. She also made warm hats to go with the suits so the kids can dress up like Eskimos. Besides that, there are ski goggles, polar bears, fishing rods, fish, binoculars, dolls and a compass in this theme center. The snow floor is made out of Fiber fill.

Polar bears with an igloo in the theme center, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten     Snow goggles in the theme center, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten
Igloo in the theme center, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten     Warm clothes, snow goggles and binoculars in the theme center, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten

 

Theme center for a research team, North Pole and South Pole theme

It is fun if the kids bring all kinds of animals from the North Pole and South Pole to school. Kids will often bring penguins, polar bears, seals and more. Make a theme center for polar research. The kids are scientists that examine polar animals. You can also put some books about polar animals and some tape measure in the theme center.

Measuring animals, placing the animals from big to small, looking for information in a book 1,research team, theme center, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten

The kids search for example all penguins, like real scientists, and lay them on the examination table. After this they lay them from in a line from the biggest to the smallest. After this the kids can measure the animals. They write the information on a paper. You can use the printables below for this. The kids can measure the animals as a team. They can also search for pictures about the animals.

Water table, North Pole and South pole theme

Put some Styrofoam icebergs and ice floes in the water table. Search for some Playmobil materials like penguins, seals, canoes, little dolls and fish.  Single ice cubes from the freezer or Loose Fill can also be used.

Water table 1, theme center, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten
Water table 4, theme center, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten     Water table 2, theme center, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten.

 

Block center, North Pole and South Pole center

Put a sheet Fiber Fill on the floor in the block center. Now it looks like snow on the floor. Put some small and big pieces in the center. Also put some stuffed animals (Arctic hare, polar bear, penguin), a small sled and some warm gloves in the block center. The kids can build mountains and slopes with the blocks. After this, they can put some Fiber Fill over the blocks. You can also use a white fleece blanket for this. The stuffed animals can go sledding from the hill now.

Snow in the block center 3, Fiber Fill on the floor and all the creations 1, theme center, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten     Snow in the block center 2, Fiber Fill on the floor and all the creations, theme center, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten
Snow in the block center 3, Fiber Fill on the floor and all the creations, theme center, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten

Let the kids bring stuffed animals from home such as: polar bears, penguins, seals, killer whales and dolphins. It inspires the kids to build nice polar scenes.

North Pole building in the block center 1, Fiber Fill on the floor and all the creations, theme center, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten     North Pole building in the block center 2, Fiber Fill on the floor and all the creations, theme center, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten

 

North Pole and South pole math activities for Kindergarten

Count the snowflakes, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten expert, free printable     Search the same penguins, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten expert, free printable

Measure the penguins, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten expert, free printable     Write the right numbers in the snowballs, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten expert, free printable

Sequence Cards, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten expert, free printable

Penguin scarf,  North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten expert, free printable     Penguins with balloons, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten expert, free printable

Find the right shadow, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten expert, free printable     Place the eskimo family in the right igloo, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten expert, free printable

Mittens and hats, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten expert, free printable     Color the lamps, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten expert, free printable

Where does the penguin belong, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten expert, free printable     Glue the penguins from large to small, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten expert, free printable

The same amount of penguins and fish, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten expert, free printable     

 

Number memory, North Pole and South Pole theme

Number memory 1, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten expert, free printable     Number memory 2, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten expert, free printable

 

North Pole collage, North Pole and South Pole theme

Kids like it to make a collage. They are busy with it for several days and use several different techniques. This is also the case with this North Pole collage. First, the kids cut and pasted snowflakes with painters tape. After this they painted the snow and the sky. The could make polar light in the sky. The kids can remove the painters tape to see the snowflakes when the paint is dry. The kids can color and cut out an Eskimo after this. They glued a bit of sheep’s wool around the hat. The next day, they make an igloo with a paper plate and some black paper. They draw ice blocks with a black marker. This is an amazing writing pattern to train the fine motor skills.

Collage North Pole with description 2, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten
Collage North Pole with description 3, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten     Collage North Pole with description 1, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten

You can download the Eskimos.

Eskimo girl, kindergarten expert      Eskimo Boy, kindergarten expert

 

Drawing a penguin step by step, North Pole and South Pole theme

Kids think it’s great to learn something new step by step. There are a lot of examples on the internet. The kids are so enthusiastic that sometimes they go home with six penguin drawings at the same time. And they want to draw the next day again. You can find step by step tutorials to draw a penguin under the pictures. Lay the different examples on a table. Every kid can choose a drawing that fits him/her. Besides that, you’ll also get all kinds of different drawings.

Drawing a penguin from a step by step example 2, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten     Drawing a penguin from a step by step example 3, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten

Drawing a penguin from a step by step example 1, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten

You can see the step by step tutorials by clicking on the next words: penguin 1, penguin 2, penguin 3, penguin 4, penguin 5, penguin 6.

 

Making a polar hare, North Pole and South Pole theme

The kids can make a polar hare with a paper bag. They can make ears, eyes, a nose and a mouth with some colored paper. You can also use the printable with eyes and noses. You can use the polar hare as a hand puppet when it’s finished.

Arctic hare 1, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten     Arctic hare 2, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten     Polar hare, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten expert, free printable

 

Making a snow globe with an Eskimo, North Poles and South Pole theme 

The kids make a snow globe with a plastic cup and some fake snow. First, they draw and color an Eskimo. When the Eskimo is cut out he is placed upside down in the cup. The kids have to draw a bottom along the cup on paper. They cut it out and glue it to the cup when the snow is added. 

Snow Globe with Eskimo 1, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten     Snow Globe with Eskimo 2, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten

 

Animal masks, North Pole and South Pole theme 

The kids cut out masks which you can find on Early learning HQ. Click here to go to that website. 

Making masks of polar animals, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten

 

Earth with North Pole and South Pole 

Earth with North Pole and South Pole 1, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten     Earth with North Pole and South Pole 2, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten

 

Cut and paste walrus, North Pole and South Pole theme 

Kids can make a walrus with a box of colored paper, scissors, glue and a marker. The whiskers can be made of raffia. Hang three or four pictures of a walrus near the table, so the kids can see the shapes of the walrus. 

Cut and paste Walrus 1, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten

Cut and paste Walrus 2, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten

 

PE-cards polar bear for North Pole and South Pole theme

You can use this PE-cards with the North Pole and South Pole theme in your class. The PE-cards are held up by the teacher and the kids know which assignment they have to perform. But the teacher can also hang the cards on the wall, so that a circuit is created. The kids follow the circuit in groups. The last cards require two or three kids, can the kids do this without instruction? 

Click on the picture for a PDF-file. It’s not allowed to place these cards on another website.

Bear 1, walking, North Pole and South Pole theme, free printable, kindergarten expert     Bear 2, one leg up, North Pole and South Pole theme, free printable, kindergarten expert     Bear 2, turning, North Pole and South Pole theme, free printable, kindergarten expert
 
     Bear 2, kicking while laying down, North Pole and South Pole theme, free printable, kindergarten expert     Bear 2, walking on four legs, North Pole and South Pole theme, free printable, kindergarten expert
 
Bear 2, jumping, North Pole and South Pole theme, free printable, kindergarten expert     Bear 2, front legs up and down, North Pole and South Pole theme, free printable, kindergarten expert     Bear 2, running, North Pole and South Pole theme, free printable, kindergarten expert
 
Bear 2, backs against each other, North Pole and South Pole theme, free printable, kindergarten expert     Bear 2, through the gate, North Pole and South Pole theme, free printable, kindergarten expert     Bear 2, jumping over arms, North Pole and South Pole theme, free printable, kindergarten expert
 
Bear 2, on top of each other, North Pole and South Pole theme, free printable, kindergarten expert     Bear 2, jumping over each other, North Pole and South Pole theme, free printable, kindergarten expert     Bear 2, sleeping, North Pole and South Pole theme, free printable, kindergarten expert
 
Bear 2, crawling through the gate, North Pole and South Pole theme, free printable, kindergarten expert
 
 

Diorama, North Pole and South Pole theme 

Diorama, North Pole and South Pole theme, kindergarten

Remove the top and the front of a box. Make a background of snow, ice and sky. Put some fake snow on the bottom of the box and fill the box with all kinds of polar figures. Poke holes with little scissors and put little lights through the holes. You can use this instead of a theme table. You can also let the kids bring animals and Eskimos to school.