Our engaging “Who Lives in the Arctic” spinner craft is ideal for teachers or parents tackling geography and animal habitats in their lesson plans.
This immersive activity invites young learners to discover the wonders of the Arctic ecosystem while encouraging them to learn more about its unique animal inhabitants.
With the “Who Lives in the Arctic” spinner, children will encounter the polar bear, Arctic fox, narwhal, seal, and reindeer through a spinner-style craft activity.
Each spin unveils a new creature, allowing children to think about their distinctive traits and the habitats they call home.
This craft is highly adaptable and can be integrated into various educational settings.
Teachers can easily include this activity as part of a lesson plan, which can be paired with interesting facts about the Arctic.
Whether it is used as a winter-themed after-school activity or the centerpiece of an Arctic unit study, the “Who Lives in the Arctic” craft offers a valuable resource to expand children’s knowledge and understanding of nature.
Teachers and parents can encourage children to delve deeper into Arctic wildlife by researching and sharing fascinating facts about each animal. This craft can also help improve fine motor skills and for younger children, hand-eye coordination skills through coloring.
The “Who Lives in the Arctic” craft is a fun craft perfect for lesson plans, homework, or winter activities. Through the interactive spinner and the discovery of Arctic animals like the polar bear, Arctic fox, narwhal, seal, and reindeer, children will improve their physical motor skills while getting the opportunity to learn more about these fantastic creatures and the world that they live in.
Who Lives In The Arctic Craft
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How to make the Arctic animal spinner
Start by printing the spinner and cover on white cardstock paper.
Color the spinner and cut it out.
Use a hole punch to make a hole in the middle of the cover. (where marked)
Attach the spinner and cover together with a paper fastener.
- Arctic animal template
- White cardstock paper
- Colored pencils
- Paper fastener
- Hole punch
1. Start by printing the spinner and cover on white cardstock paper.
2. Color the cover and cut it out.
3. Color the spinner and cut it out.
4. Use a hole punch to make a hole in the middle of the cover. (where marked)
5. Use a pencil to make a hole in the middle of the spinner. (where marked)
6. Attach the spinner and cover together
with a paper fastener.