Penguin Fun

Our Exploring Our World kits are loaded with FUN activities, facts, worksheets, games, crafts, books and more. We have made this kit extra fun to give little ones something to do through the winter months.

All of our kits help with Fine Motor Skills (FMS), creativity & thinking skills. This kit is no different. We work hard to provide something to do for all ages. We even have made our crafts two different ways, one for the younger child and one for a little older child. Both work on FMS.

We enjoy putting together all our kits, but this one has been extra fun!

We hope you enjoy the “Penguin Fun” kit. 

Fun Facts

Life Cycle

Booklets

Worksheets

Coloring

Crafts

Supplies

  • Construction paper: Black, blue,white and orange.
  • Cotton balls
  • Googley Eyes
  • Scissors
  • Glue

Directions

  • Print out penguin and parts. Trace on construction paper and cut out parts.
  • Glue the Black body on blue paper. Leave the bottom up to insert and glue down feet. Then press down the whole body. Then glue down the white belly and head.
  • Break cotton balls into smaller pieces.
  • Put glue all over the white belly and head.
  • Place cotton on penguin.
  • Put eyes and nose on penguin. Enjoy!

Supplies

  • Construction paper: Black, blue, white, and orange.
  • White Tissue Paper.
  • Goggley Eyes
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Glue

Directions

  • Print out penguin and parts. Trace on construction paper and cut out parts.
  • Glue the Black body on blue paper. Leave the bottom up to insert and glue down feet. Then press down the whole body. Then glue down the white belly and head.
  • Cut White tissue pairs into small squares. No smaller than 1 inch.
  • Twist the white squares on the end of a pencil and dip in glue.
  • Place on White part of penguin close together. Fill in all of the white parts.
  • Put eyes and nose on the penguin. Enjoy!

Supplies

  • 2 Liter Bottle
  • Bird Seed
  • 2 Spoons (wood or plastic)
  • Colored foam (black, orange & white)
  • Glue Gun
  • Googly eyes
  • twine

Directions

  • Print out Penguin printouts. Trace and cut out pieces.
  • We glued on the face first so we could figure out where we wanted the feet.
  • Cut a small triangle, so the birdseed will come out easily, in the front of the bottle.
  • Cut slits in the back of the bottle and push the handle through.
  • Fill the bottle with Birdseed using a funnel or make your own funnel.
  • Glue wings and tummy on.
  • Put the cap and tie twine to the top.
  • Hang and enjoy!

Books

Toys

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