Create this cute feed the penguin game to help your child with a variety of skills. If you want to work on colors then use different colors of fish and if you want to focus on number recognition or letter recognition then write those items on each fish. Rainy Day Mum
Your children will have fun creating algorithms that move the penguins from the start to end on each of the printable games. While building a path on a game board, your children will be working on a number of coding skills. JDaniel4’s Mom
These penguin shape matching mats are great for kids who enjoy learning about shapes. They can practice learning their shapes while building their fine motor skills by cutting and pasting the matching shapes. Fun with Mama
Are you looking for a hands-on, differentiated way for your students to learn counting, number recognition and number sense? These penguin count and cover mats are perfect for you! Fun Learning for Kids
This penguin themed alphabet game is perfect for indoor fun with your preschoolers. Get your child ready for Kindergarten with a fun movement activity that help them learn the letters of the alphabet. The Educators’ Spin On It
These penguin count and match worksheets are an easy, no-prep activity you can use at home or in your classroom. If you print two of some of them and cut the penguins out it becomes a fun matching game! Planes and Balloons
How cute is this penguin theme shape matching game?! Children will match the shaken penguins with the igloo with the correct shape name. This is such a fun early math activity for winter! Kindergarten Worksheets and Games
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about penguins. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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Penguins– In Explore My World Penguins, curious kids ages 3 to 7 will be excited to learn about the delightful world of penguins: the extreme lengths they go to to care for their young and the relationship between baby penguins and their parents.
Tacky the Penguin– Tacky’s perfect friends find him annoying until his odd behavior saves the day.
If You Were a Penguin– In this simple, rhyming picture book, the youngest readers will learn about penguins. This is the perfect read-aloud for teachers and parents to share with young children as they imagine what life as a penguin is like!
Everyone’s a winner with this super fun, non-competitive game to practice colors and shapes vocabulary! Spin the spinner, match the fish and collect them in your net. But, wait! You might have to feed a fish to the Hungry Penguin!
Stack and sort five brightly-colored wooden rings, topped with an adorable penguin. The base of this wooden penguin stacker is curved for additional fun rocking movement!
Spark your Kiddo’s creative interest with this Penguin Pals Dough Kit! Sensory play and loose parts play rolled into one, this kit gives kids the unlimited ability to play, create and learn.