Do your children like learning about animals in Science?
My girls love studying about animals. I wanted to teach them more about animal classification so I started searching for some fun printables and activities to help them understand. I found lots of FREE printables, worksheets, fun websites and activities to learn about Animal Classification and the Animal Kingdom!
Animal Classification Printables:
The Eight Tiers of Animal Classification Games and Printables by Enchanted Homeschooling Mom
Guest Hollow has lots of printable animal picture cards with classification labels
Animal Kingdom Notebooks with Printables by Our World Wide Classroom
Animal Classification Lapbook from Homeschool Share
Animal Classification Unit Study with lots of printables by Confessions of a Homeschooler
Classification and Taxonomy Lessons Plans
Animal Classification Triple Venn Diagram
Classification Wall Chart
Animal Classification Bookmark Cards from Homeschool Creations
Arthur’s Biology ClipArt has a neat, vintage looking animal classification free diagram
Animal Classification Activities:
Make a Hanging Mobile with these Animal Classification Cards from Practical Pages ~ what a cute idea!
Learning Table has a really fun Animal Classification Sorting Activity using plastic animals!
Printable Toddler Classification Sorting Activity from The Happy Housewife
Montessori Animal Kingdom round up of printables and activities
Pete’s Power Point Station has free presentations and activities for kids on every subject you can think of!
There is an entire page devoted to the Animal Kingdom! There are free power point presentations on the Animal Kingdom, Classification of Animals, and Sorting Classes. There are interactive activities for kids and a section devoted to teachers with animal videos, free clip art and much more!
Wildscreen Arkive is a website devoted to Educational Science Resources for children ages 11-14.
If you scroll halfway down the home page you will see a section on Classification. Students learn about why species are classified and the characteristics of animals. There are teachers notes, a classroom presentation, and a Guess Zoo Classification card game.
Exploring Nature is a Natural Science Resource for students and educators.
There is a quiz page for Animal Classes and a page on Classification of Living Things with free printables, hand outs and teaching aids and a beautiful Animal Kingdom diagram.
Animal Kingdom Food Chain Printables and Activities:
The Food Chain Game by Teach Beside Me
Simplified Food Chain Diagram
Learning the Food Chain with Animal Crackers by E is for Explore!
What is the Animal Kingdom? $7.15
Awesome Animal Kingdom 250 Facts Kids Want to Know $4.49
If I Were Part of the Animal Kingdom Was
Animal Kingdom Color Me, Draw Me Was
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