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Add one or more of these penguin snacks for preschoolers to your winter activities. Each one is perfect for National Penguin Day or any day!
While planning your winter penguin activities, choose one or more of these penguin snacks to round out your festivities. They make perfect additions to your winter animals, Letter P, or general animal activities for kids.
Not all of these snacks are easy enough for kids to make on their own, but they’re all tasty enough for kids to devour!
Penguin Snacks for Preschoolers
Grab some marshmallows and melting chocolate, and you’re all set to make Marshmallow Penguins for your preschoolers. Eats Amazing
These penguin pudding cups are perfect for preschool playdates and classroom snack times. The Keeper of the Cheerios
Penguin Nutter Butter cookies are super cute and are easy to make with your kids. Sarah’s Bake Studio
Rice Krispie treats are tasty, and kids can help make them. Penguin Rice Krispie treats are perfect for winter snack time. ABCs of Literacy
Bake up a batch of penguin brownies with your preschoolers, and they’ll beg to be mommy’s kitchen helper! Bake Me Some Sugar
Mix snack time with craft time when you and your little ones make penguin pudding cups. The NY Melrose Family
Turn your child’s favorite snack cake into a tasty and fun penguin snack they’ll beg to make again! Hungry Happenings
Combine cupcakes and Oreos to make these adorable penguin chocolate cupcakes. The Centsable Shoppin
This sweet penguin snow scene snack is perfect for winter birthday parties and playdates. Party Pinching
Penguin bagels are perfect for breakfast or for an afternoon snack! Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons
BOOKS ABOUT Penguins
Fill your book basket with a great collection of preschool penguin books. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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Tacky the Penguin – Tacky’s perfect friends find him annoying until his odd behavior saves the day.
Little Penguin Gets the Hiccups – Poor Little Penguin has a major case of the . . . HIC! . . . hiccups. It all started last week on chili night. Since then he’s tried everything to get rid of them, but nothing—HIC!—works. So when his friend Franklin suggests that a good scare might do the trick, Little Penguin is willing to give it a try . . . all he needs is a little help from YOU!
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!
Round Out Your Unit with These Activities:
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.