In case you missed our most recent series on Habitats, here is a quick wrap-up for you to make it easy to find all the posts in one place!
The first post is Desert Themed Printables, Freebies and Projects
Great resources and some cute, mini field guides for a great price!
The second post is Freshwater Themed Printables, Freebies and Projects
There are lots of printables and nature studies/outdoor challenges!
The third post is Grassland Themed Printables, Freebies and Projects
There are some of the cutest animal crafts in this post!
The fourth post is Ocean Themed Printables, Freebies and Projects
There are lots of printables and crafts in this post!
The fifth post is Tundra Themed Printables, Freebies and Projects
Do you know what a Tundra is? I have to be honest and say I wasn’t quite sure exactly what it was until this post!
The sixth and final post is Rainforest Themed Printables, Freebies and Projects
I found so many resources on the Rainforest. There are some cute printable packs, crafts and more all in this post!
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