Movement: Polar bear and other arctic animal dance.
Our first theme of this wonderfully snowy year is The Arctic. Our first animal that we're learning about is Polar Bears! I firs.
Cubs on melting ice. To save polar bears and their sea ice habitat, we must take action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
This Single Photo of a Polar Bear Will Show You WHY We Need to Stand Up for the Planet
How heart breaking! By now, we are all familiar with the idea that Polar Bears are disappearing, but a recent image from Kerstin Langenberger Photography of an emaciated bear in the Arctic solidifies what exactly this means.
A portrait of a polar bear in Churchill, Canada. A bored polar bear. A two seconds from eating the photographer polar bear.
What I love, is everyone thinks, "oh what a cute polar bear playing in the snow!" While what the polar bear is really doing, is breaking the ice to an air hole to get to and eat a seal pup.
Arts Activities Penguin Song by The Learning Station: This action, dance song is great for brain breaks, indoor recess, morning meeting and circle time. It's also a great addition to your theme on winter. It's ideal for preschool - lower elementary.