Whether you find them fascinating or frightening, the world of amphibians and reptiles is an important part of our world. Help kids learn more about 10 of these animals with this FREE Amphibians & Reptiles Guided Drawing printable.
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Do your kids know the differences between an alligator and a crocodile? Do they know the most common places to find Gila monsters or horned lizards? They can discover this and much more with this FREE Amphibians & Reptiles Guided Drawing printable.
For each of the 10 animals included, they will read a paragraph about the animal. Then they have the opportunity to draw the animal on a grid, drawing either half of the animal or the entire animal, whichever they prefer. A review worksheet at the end tests comprehension.
In this unit, kids will learn about the:
- desert tortoise
- Gila monster
- horned lizard
- sea turtle
- strawberry poison dart frog
- tiger salamander
Be sure to check out all our FREE guided drawing printables. Here are a few on animals we don’t want you to miss:
- Mammals Around the World Guided Drawing
- Birds Around the World Guided Drawing
- Breeds of Horses Guided Drawing
And don’t miss these kids books on amphibians and reptiles that are full of amazing pictures!
Alligators and CrocodilesAlligators and CrocodilesGila Monster (A Day in the Life: Desert Animals)Gila Monsters (Really Wild Reptiles)Snakes, Salamanders & Lizards (Take Along Guides)Salamanders (Living Wild)
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