Resources for math, writing, social studies, and art: Animal Edition

Jun 27, 2016

Incorporate students’ natural curiosity about animals in your class with lessons and printables on sea life, endangered species, wildlife, and more. Educate them about animal behavior, biology, life cycles, and habitats with literature, games, and references. Science activities and graphic organizers will help students classify vertebrates and invertebrates. There are plenty of resources for math, writing, social studies, and art to extend your curriculum offerings for all grade levels.

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WHITEBOARD COMPATIBLE MINI-LESSONS

SLIDESHOWS

PRINTABLES FOR GRADES K-2

PRINTABLES FOR GRADES 3-5

PRINTABLES FOR GRADES 6-8

PRINTABLES FOR GRADES 9-12

GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS

QUIZZES

LESSON PLANS FOR GRADES K-6

LESSON PLANS FOR GRADES 7-12

ANIMALS & TECHNOLOGY CONNECTED

MUSIC, DRAMA, & ANIMALS CONNECTED

ANIMAL ACTIVITIES FOR ART CLASS

ANIMALS IN LITERATURE

ANIMAL RESOURCES FOR READING & LANGUAGE ARTS

DIGITAL BOOKS

GAMES & PUZZLES

SOCIAL STUDIES & ANIMALS CONNECTED

WILDLIFE WEEK RESOURCES

EARTH DAY ACTIVITIES

ANIMAL BIOLOGY RESOURCES

MATHEMATICS & ANIMALS CONNECTED

ANIMAL RESOURCES FOR HISTORY CLASS

HEALTH & SAFETY RESOURCES ON ANIMALS

ENDANGERED SPECIES

INSECTS

AQUATIC ANIMALS

ZOO ANIMALS

REFERENCES

ADDITIONAL ANIMAL RESOURCES

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