I have just added an entirely new section to the World Animals Packet on Animals of the African Savanna. This includes worksheets and other activities.
This section covers about 25 different African animals. For younger kids there are tracing pages and self-correcting matching cards. There is also a notebook page about the African savanna and blank notebook pages for all of the animals. There is also a country map of Africa (not pictured) that my daughter will be working on.
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I made this for my daughter (age 10) who loves researching/writing, so she’s pretty excited about the notebook pages, but as I said above there are pages that are suitable for younger kids as well (like the tracing pages, not pictured and the self-correcting matching cards).
My daughter is going to be studying biology and the biological relationships and how animals (or plants) interact — terms like symbiosis, commensalism, mutualism and so forth. You can find more about the biology unit here. In fact, I just added about 20 new pages to that packet as well since the kids (ED and my older two) are going over this material again. 🙂
She will be doing the two units simultaneously. We will go over the various animal relationships and she will be watching some documentaries. As she watches, we’ll discuss some of the terms/relationships that are presented in the film.
BBC documentaries: We will be using BBC Atlas of the Natural World Set: Africa, Europe, Western Hemisphere, Antarctica and Africa Eye to Eye with the Unknown (also produced by the BBC). (affiliate links) My kids absolutely loved the documentaries narrated by David Attenborough (Life, Planet Earth, Blue Planet) which we watched a few years ago when we first did the biology unit. I’m hoping these new series are a hit with the kids too. 🙂
If you are interested in finding out more about the World Animals Packet and the materials that are included, be sure to visit this post: World Animals Packet.
P.S. Coming Soon: I hope to add in some similar pages about the Animals of Australia to the World Animals Packet at some point in the future as well. 🙂 If you are really anxious for those, drop me an email and I’ll move that up on my To-Do list!! ~Liesl
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World Animal Packet: World Animal 3-Part Cards and World Animal Activity Pages
Big Animal BUNDLE:
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- Animal Packet Quick Preview
- World Animal Packet Quick Preview
- Rainforest Packet Quick Preview
- Life Cycle Packet Quick Preview
- Winter Packet and Hibernation Unit Quick Preview
The Big Animal BUNDLE includes the Animal Packet: (vertebrates/invertebrates, feather/fur/scales?, 5 animal groups, insects vs spiders, animal tracks, animal homes & shelters)
The Big Animal BUNDLE includes the Life Cycles Packet:
Life Cycles Packet: All living things go through changes as they grow and develop! This new 50+ page Life Cycles Packet helps kids become familiar with the different stages in the life cycles of the chicken, sea turtle, frog, mosquito, butterfly, dragonfly, bee, mouse, and ladybug. This unit includes worksheets, Montessori 3-part cards, spinners, ordering activity pages, writing pages, and more. Visit this post for more details: Life Cycles Unit
The Big Animal BUNDLE includes the Rainforest Packet:
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Purchase the BUNDLE: Animal Packet and World Animal Packet
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