Arctic Animals Videos Your Students Will Love!
Classroom friendly videos Arctic Animals. These teacher-approved videos are great for your January units of study. Polar bears, penguins, and other animals in winter! Kindergarten and first-grade appropriate videos for your classroom.
Classroom Friendly Videos: Arctic Animals
It’s almost January! That means our study of Arctic animals is coming soon! Check out these classroom-friendly videos for studying the Arctic.
#1 Sci-Show Kids – How do Whales, Polar Bears, and Penguins Keep Warm?
I seriously LOVE Sci-Show Kids! Such great information packed into a short video!
There is a Blubber experiment video, too!.
#2 10 Arctic Animals
This is a video with a quick snippet about 10 different Arctic animals.
#3 Exploring the Arctic for Kids
This video is a little long (20 minutes) but is a great introduction to Arctic animals.
#4 Arctic Animals
This video has a bit of a robot voice, but some good information on animals in the Arctic.
#5 Polar Bears for Kids
I seriously love polar bears so this video will thrill your kiddos too!
#6 National Geographic: Walrus
Here is a short video all about walruses.
#7 BBC Earth – Emperor Penguins
Watch the journey of a mother and father penguin as they take care of their baby.
Literacy activities to go along with your unit on Arctic Animals:
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Hi DeeDee, This week my class did the snowman poem from the poetry pack and one of my students pointed out in the student book that the sequence and words were not in sync. The pictures have sticks added before the text says to add sticks. He pointed it out so many times that I promised I would email you. Lol nobody else noticed, must be gifted.
Hi, When I got my free animal unit of study, there was another, for $3.00 Bundle units of study, but now I cannot find it. When putting my cc info in, it blipped off. Where’d it go? Please, I need help locating the page so I can finish entering my financial info. Thanks, Kele
I am going to email you.