Penguin Craft, Place Value Activity for Winter Math In Kindergarten
As you explore penguins this Winter, practice place value with this kindergarten math activity! During morning work or center time, students create penguins. Three options are included to best meet the needs of your little learners. During math centers, a small-group, or a whole-group math lesson, students add place value snowballs. This is a super simple, easily differentiated activity. You might give students blank snowballs for them to draw tens sticks and ones cubes and then write numbers on their own. You might also write numbers on the penguin bellies for students to just draw tens sticks and ones cubes. Another option is to give each student one tens stick snowball and another ones cube snowball for students to write the numbers on the bellies. Put all of the pieces of the printable craft together for a fun fine motor and visual-spatial activity, along with a cute Winter bulletin board display!
Pages 1-3: Product Details
Page 4: penguin (option 1)
Page 5: two wings, two eyes, two feet, beak, heady, body (option 2)
Page 6: two wings, two eyes, heady, body (option 3)
Page 7: two feet, beak (4 sets) (option 3)
Page 8: plain snowballs
Page 9: ten sticks snowballs
Page 10: ones cube snowballs
Book companions to go along with this craft include, but certainly are not limited to the following titles:
Penguins, Penguins, Everywhere!
Penguin's Big Adventure
If You Were a Penguin
The Emperor's Egg
Penguin's Can't Fly
Tacky the Penguin
Where Is Home, Little Pip?
The cover of Krazy for Kindyland products includes exact JPEG(s) of included craft(s).
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