Mammals share certain traits but can be wildly different from each other. Consider a camel and a rabbit or a bison and a blue whale. Mammals live in extreme parts of the world, can weigh a few pounds or many tons, and can be gentle, dangerous, helpful, and much more. Help your students learn about 10 different mammals and sharpen their artistic skills with this FREE Mammals Around the World Guided Drawing unit.
In this FREE Mammals Around the World Guided Drawing unit, kids can learn about ten different mammals while practicing their artistic skills. They’ll discover what they to eat and what they are like along with many interesting facts about them.
Each lesson starts with a paragraph about the mammal followed by two guided drawing activities. A set of 10 comprehension questions wraps up the unit, and an answer key is provided.
With this guided drawing unit, kids will learn about the:
- American black bear
- blue whale
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