Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Pink Penguin Craftivity

After reading one of my favorite penguin books, Pink! by Lynne Rickards, the kids made these adorable guys today:

I always love this craftivity, because it is super simple, but stinkin' cute.  I think I might leave these up in the hall for awhile.  In my reasoning, I can leave them until Valentine's Day, because they are pink--and pink is a Valentine color.  {Yes!  So, there!}  

I used scrapbook paper for our penguins, and, as a last minute decision, decided to mis-match the body pattern with the wings!  I think it makes them look even more unique.  After crafting, the kids wrote about their penguins.  Some of their writing was HYSTERICAL!  One little one said she'd take hers to Chuck E Cheese, and another said that his penguin was named Monster.  {He had to give that pink guy a tough name!}

I LOVE this one--look at those eyes!  The writing to go with it is below!  It is so cute!  The penguin's name is Crazy Bill, and he is a good "guard penguin".  His birthday is unknown because he is a super hero from Mars.  And he can lay exploding eggs!  Very cool.

This craftivity and writing page is available as a free download!  Please click the picture below:


Learning in Wonderland said...

I was ready to go buy this and then read that it was a freebie! Yay!!
Thank you so much :)
Learning In Wonderland

Unknown said...

I am in love with these pink penguins!
First Grade Blue SKies

Halle said...

So cute...sometimes simple is the way to go!
Thanks for sharing!!!

Across the Hall in 2nd Grade

Tania said...

I love using my scrapbook paper. Kids think is cool they get to use my "cool" paper.
My Second Sense

Mrs. Lynes said...

These penguins are soooo stinkin' cute!! Thanks for sharing!

Michelle Hudgeons said...

Way too adorable!

vicky1970 said...

Hi Sarah,
Those penguins are just the cutest! Love them and so creative! Thanks for sharing
Traditions, Laughter and Happily Ever After

Mrs. Griffith said...

Oh my word, how adorable!! I'm so sad...we just finished our penguin unit. I am definitely downloading and saving for next year. Too cute!

For the Love of First Grade

smoran892 said...

Ummm, adorable!!! Thanks for the freebie - I had never heard of this book and now I have to have it!

T.G.I.F. (Thank God it's First Grade!)

Sarah Paul said...

SO cute! I wish I did penguins but the 2nd grade teachers at my school do a big penguin unit. I'll pass this along to them. They will LOVE it!
Sarah's First Grade Snippets

Anonymous said...

Although I am not teaching in the classroom anymore, I will still pin and share with all my teacher friends. These are so cute. Writing was always my favorite subject to teach. There is so much room for creativity and the cute stuff to go along with it like these penguins!!

Jeremie Tharp said...

These are SO stinking cute!! I've been dying to do a penguin unit this year but just haven't found the time to fit it in yet. These are going to be on the agenda, for sure, when I do. Thank you for sharing! I also loved comparing this little guy to the one you posted about last year. Wow! Isn't it amazing how much we change things over just the course of a year? I've actually just started my own blog and would love for you to stop by if you ever have a chance. Thanks again for sharing such a cute little product.

Unknown said...

I LOVE these cute penguins & will definitely do with my kiddies!! Thanks for sharing, I love your blog!
Science for Kids Blog

Melanie Mowery said...

I am your newest blog friend! I love your work and cannot wait to see what you do next! I would love it if you would follow me back!

Unknown said...

I just adore penguins and learning about them. This week I posted 101+ activities and crafts to do with a penguin theme and included a link back to this post. It was fantastic. I hope our readers stop by and visit your site! Thank you for inspiring others to write, learn, and connect with their children.

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