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Printable Read-and-Answer Worksheet
A printable worksheet on penguins, with a short text to read, a picture to label, and questions to answer. Or go to the answers.
Penguin Shape Book
A short book to print about penguins, with pages on 3 penguin species, a penguin unscramble, match the penguins, penguin facts, and penguin questions.
The largest penguin; it lives on ice packs in Antarctica.
Penguins are birds that swim very well but cannot fly. Or color it online.
Printouts on these flightless birds from the Southern Hemisphere.
The Emperor is the largest penguin; it lives on ice packs in Antarctica. Or color it online.
A small penguin from islands off the coast of southern Africa - also called the Black-footed or Jackass Penguin. Or color it online.
A small, aggressive, crested penguin. Or color it online.
Penguin Quizzes, Printables, Worksheets, and other Activities:
A scavenger hunt for K-1 students, using the Little Explorers Picture Dictionary.
A Quiz on Penguins: Grades 2-3
A word scavenger hunt for students in Grades 2-3, using the Little Explorers Picture Dictionary.
Answer 10 multiple choice questions about these flightless, Southern Hemisphere birds. Or go to the answers.
Emperor Penguin Label Me! Printout
Label a diagram of an Emperor Penguin.
Penguin: Follow the Instructions
Color and count the penguins according to simple directions, such as, "How many penguins are facing right?" Or go to the answers.
Draw a Penguin, Day and Night
Draw a penguin during the day and night. On the left half of the page, draw the scene during the day; on the right side of the page, draw the scene during the night. Write a short caption for each side. Or go to a pdf of the page.
Penguin Poem - Poetry Prompt
Write a poem about a penguin. The lines of the poem begin with: It sees, It hears, It feels, It understands, It moves, It needs, It likes, It wants, It eats, and It dreams.
| Penguin Thoughts: Writing Prompt
Write inside the thought bubble, expressing the thoughts of the penguin. Or go to a pdf of the worksheet.
Penguin Acrostic Poem
Write a poem about penguins. Start each line with a letter from the word "PENGUIN."
Add and Subtract, then Decode the Riddle
Solve the addition and subtraction problems, then use the alphabet code to answer the penguin riddles, "Where do penguins keep their money?" (Answer - In a snow bank). Or go to the answer page.
The Letter P
A printout on the letter P, picturing a penguin, parrot, pail, and pencil.
| Adjectives Describing a Penguin
Write adjectives describing a penguin in and around the penguin. Or go to a pdf of the worksheet.
Penguin: Fact or Opinion?
Color the picture of the penguin, then write 5 facts and 5 opinions about penguins. A fact is supported by evidence and can be proven; an opinion is how you feel about something and is open to debate. Or go to a pdf of the worksheet (subscribers only).
Penguin Jokes and Riddles for Kids
You can find tons of very corny penguin jokes and riddles for kids.
Penguin Nametag Printable (Black-and-White)
Eight penguin nametags in black-and-white on one printable page.
Penguin Nametag Printable (Color)
Eight penguin nametags in color on one printable page.
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Animal Report Wheel
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