Pixie has been begging to go to the zoo for quite sometime, so finding some zoo resources seemed like the best next Freebie Friday post. With our summer holidays finally here, what better way than to spend it outside. My favourite find is the second freebie listed below. Enjoy a few of my favourite Zoo finds below.
FREE Animal Report Form Printable from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
Help kids learn about various animals, where they live, their habitat, classification, and more with these fun FREE Animal Report Form Printable.
My idea behind the Animal Report Form Printable is that kids would do a report on an animal from each of the animal classes. They can then add one of the 3 cover choices (one color and two black and white for your student to color). This way kids would not only learn about a variety of animals, but would also have a grasp about the different classifications animals are divided up into. There are individual Animal Report Forms with descriptions for the following Animal Classifications:
There is also a sheet for children to write down several examples of each classification to get a quick at-a-glance understanding on how they are broken down.
FREE Zoo Fieldtip Animal Reports from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
Is your family enjoying some fun summer trips to the zoo? Or maybe your homeschool coop is heading for a zoo fieldtrip this fall. Either way you will love these Zoo Fieldtrip Animal Reports that help make the zoo not only fun, but educational too! There are various choices for toddler, preschool, kindergarten, and 1st-6th graders.
There are two Zoo Fieldtrip Books to choose form for Preschool & Kindergartners. I Saw a…. Zoo Book allows early readers to read a simple sentence and then draw a picture of an animal they saw that fits the sentence. The My __________ Report option is great for at the zoo or at home to explore one animal in depth. Children will draw pictures of where animals eat, sleep, live, and more.
There are several choice for your 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade homeschoolers on their zoo fieldtrip.
Zoo Map – practice mapping skills by having children draw a zoo map
Simple Zoo Fieldtrip Animal Report – draw the animal picture, color where on the map they are from, write some basic facts, and note animal behaviors.
Zoo Fieldtrip Animal Report – animal classification, diet, behavior, zoo adaptations, population in the wild, behavior observations, and draw a picture
Comparing Animals – compare the similarities of two different animals
Free Zoo Animals Preschool Printable Activities from No Stress Homeschooling
What’s Inside The Free Zoo Animals Preschool Printable?
A-Z Playdough Alphabet Mats (for both cases)
Cutting/ Tracing Pages
Colour by Number
Math Clip Cards
Animal Charades for Kids (Free Printable) from Buggy and Buddy
Our animal charades game for kids is such a fun way to get the kids moving and using their imagination! Print out this free printable game for family game night or to keep the kids busy on your next rainy day!
Free Zoo Preschool Printables! from 2 Teaching Mommies
For the printables included in the Zoo Preschool Unit, refer to the list below:
Number Order Puzzle
Count and Clip
Roll and Graph
Writing and Cutting Practice for Beginners
For some zoo printables and activity sets for the younger tots, 2 Teaching Mommies also features a Zoo Tot Pack.
1, 2, 3 — To the Zoo Matching Game from Homeschool Share
1, 2, 3 — To the Zoo Matching Game
Author: Eric Carle
Printables prepared by Ami Brainerd