FREE Nocturnal and Diurnal Animals Sorting

Published:
November 10, 2017

Sarah Shelton

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We love learning about animals in our homeschool. It’s a lot of fun to learn about animals and learn about what makes certain animals different from others.
Nocturnal-and-Diurnal-Animals-Sorting-Activity
Nocturnal animals are fun to learn about, as these are animals that are most active and awake at night. Diurnal animals are the complete opposite of that as they are most active and awake during the day. This sorting activity from Look We’re Learning will be a fun activity to help your children sort the different animals. This pack contains flashcards with pictures and labels of 16 animals, 8 nocturnal and 8 diurnal to sort and play with.

Grab this free printable packet HERE

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