Emperor Penguins Huddle for Warmth | Nature on PBS
To survive frigid temperatures, emperor penguins all converge on the same central point and begin to form a huddle. As those on the outside take the brunt of the cold, those on the inside take tiny steps that move the huddle in waves. The pack continues to shift and rotate from the center, so no one is left permanently in the cold.
We pretended to be penguins and made a huddle to keep ourselves warm.
Penguin Dance | Brain Breaks | Jack Hartmann
The Penguin Dance is a super fun song for brain breaks. The Penguin Dance uses a growing pattern to teach left and right, following directions, listening skills and develops gross motor movement skills. We mirror left and right sides to make it easy to follow.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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