20+ Bear, Forest, and Woodland Animals Activities & Printables

There are so many fun activities with a forest theme for kids to do. They are great for many different seasons. You can study them in winter, the fall and spring.

I love that the woodland animals can be studied just about any time and you can enjoy it. We love having different themes we can learn with.

There are so many fun animals to learn with and enjoy. And now you can find all of mine in one place!

20+ Bear, Forest, and Woodland Animals Activities & Printables - a fun collection of bear, forest, and woodland animals for kids to learn. It includes math, abcs, numbers, gross motor counting and more - 3Dinosaurs.com

I have divided the activities up below with printables and other craft and activities. You can see the printables in the sections below in themed packs, math, and number and learning to read and ABCs.

Woodland & Forest Themed Packs

Woodland Pack Tot, Preschool, PreK & Kindergarten has over 30 pages of activities plus a tot pack that work on prewriting, matching, puzzles and more.

Bear Snores On Pack for Tot, Preschool, PreK has 30 pages of activities with bears and forest animals that has counting, puzzles, matching prewriting and more.

Animals in Winter Themed Packs has two different packs a Tot and Preschool pack that has 130 pages and a PreK and Kindergarten pack with over 145 pages of activities all with a focus on animals in winter.

Woodland Animals Math & Number printables

Romping & Roaring 2 Pack has a fun bear themed to it. You can count and learn about the number 2.

Winter Woodland Skip Counting Tracks has fun skip counting tracks for kids to use to work on number 1 to 12.

Animals in Winter Counting Easy Reader Book has numbers 1 to 10 for kids to focus on.

Easy to Use Forest Animals Graphing has several options you can use. There is graphing, tracing numbers, tracing ABCs and tracing shapes. It makes it easy to use with different levels of learning.

Bear Themed Dot Marker Number & Counting has numbers 1 to 20 with color and black & white options. The color comes in two options all brown or a mix of red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple.

Bear Themed Addition, & Subtraction Clip Cards is a fun clip card set that has a numberline for helping those kids that need it.

Forest & Woodland Learning to Read & ABCs

Forest Themed Sight Word Activities has four fun sight word activities with puzzles, cards, tracing strips and word finds. All these activities are great for working on all 220 Dolch Sight Words.

Animals in Winter ABC Letter Find is a great uppercase and lowercase ABC find activity for kids.

Winter Fox Vowel Team & Diphthong Matching had a fun matching game for kids to do with diphthong words

Check out these other forest, woodland and bear activities:

Woodland & Forest Activities

Wildlife Sorting: Diurnal, Nocturnal & Crepuscular is a great book and hands-on learning activity for kids to do.

Forest & Woodland Books has some of our favorite forest and woodland books to read.

Animals in Winter Sensory Bin has some fun sensory play with woodland animals.

Teddy Bear Number Button Matching is a hands-on number matching game that kids can play.

Fun To Use Bear Walk Gross Motor Dice has bear walking activities that you can use. There is a fun dice you can use as well.

Measuring Teddy Bears – Where’s my Teddy? is an activity to learn about different sizes and measuring.

5 Bear Walking Activities for Kids has 5 fun bear walking ideas that don’t require any extra stuff to do.

Another fun gross motor activities is with the Brown Bear, Brown Bear Gross Motor Ideas. You can get kids moving while reading the book.

Christmas Gross Motor With Bear Stays Up is a fun gross motor activity you can do with another fun bear book!

Yarn Acorn is a fun craft with a squirrel theme book to read.

Gray Squirrel is a great painting craft where kids mix colors to make gray.

Check out these other forest animal activities:


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About Cassie

Cassie is a mom of three stomping, romping, and roaring girls. She blogs about fun art and craft activities and printables she makes. She includes the odd review of products every now and then. She also blogs about the places that she has taken the girls called trip reviews. She has a few free printable pack for kids ages 2 to 8 and always adding more. She loves to get comments and feedback and always looking for new things to try or do with her girls.
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