Forest Animal Sort Cards

ForestAnimalSortCardsForest Habitat Animal Sort – Vertebrates-Invertebrates

ED’s next habitat study is on the forest. I made a set of cards for the kids to sort through. We’ll be sorting them by

  • vertebrates-invertebrates 
  • and also into the five animal kingdoms:  ( fish), amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals.

forest-animal-sort

Oh and by the way, I didn’t include any fish in this sort–I did include a photo of crayfish that LD found in the creek that runs through the woods behind our house. They are crustaceans (related to the lobster) and would obviously be sorted into the invertebrate group.

Click here if you would like a copy of the Forest Animal Habitat Sort Cards.

You may be interested in these related posts on Animal Habitats and Biomes. For example, here are some of our activities from when we studied the desert habitat (USA).

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