What type of animal is a pika? What is the largest kind of bear? Help kids learn 30 facts about 5 mountain animals with this FREE Mountain Animals Facts Coloring and Copywork unit!
This post is part of the Creative Copywork Series
This fun FREE Mountain Animals Facts Coloring and Copywork unit introduces students to five different mountain animals. They will learn about the:
- American pika
- Andean condor
- bighorn sheep
Each animal is introduced with a page of text perfect for reading aloud. Next, students can trace facts about the animal in one of three handwriting styles or copy the facts onto lined paper. Finally, they can color a picture of the animal in a mountain setting.
It’s a simple, no-prep activity that helps kids learn about science while practicing their handwriting skills at the same time. Scroll down for your FREE instant download!
Here are some other FREE animal resources we think you’ll enjoy:
Have you seen all the ways we have that your students can explore nature with notebooking? See How to Use the Julia Rothman Series for Science. Here are just a few of the resources we have for you:
Here are some books to help you learn more about the animals in our Mountain Animals Facts Coloring and Copywork unit:
National Geographic Readers: All About Bears (Pre-reader)National Geographic Readers: BearsBighorn Sheep (Animals That Live in the Mountains)Pikas (Wild Animals Edition)Condors (Animals That Live in the Mountains)Deer, Moose, Elk and Caribou (Kids Can Press Wildlife Series)Bears: Amazing Pictures & Fun Facts on Animals in Nature (Our Amazing World)
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