My children are fascinated by woodland creatures. We camp often so we are always on the look out for the different animals when we are out hiking and exploring in the forest.
If your kids love animals as much as mine do, they will enjoy doing a unit study and habitat study on these creatures. These would be great to do before a big campout or visit to a National Forest.
Woodland Animal Printables:
Woodland Animal Habitat and Tracking Printables:
These are great books to read while studying woodland animals and where they live:
Lost In The Woods: A Photographic FantasyA Walk Through the WoodsWoodland Walk: A Whispering Words BookWoodland CreaturesWhose Tracks Are These? A Clue Book of Familiar Forest AnimalsWoodland Animals Stickers (Dover Little Activity Books Stickers)Let’s Explore! Forest Animals: Sticker Coloring Book (Dover Nature Coloring Book)
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