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How Do You Measure Up?

Ages 3 to 6+: Practice measurement skills by comparing the length of a child's handprint to that of a gorilla's handprint

Big and Little

Ages 2 to 5: Sort pairs of related animals by whether they are the bigger creature or the smaller creature

Just the Facts

Ages 6+: Notice similarities and differences between two related animals

Actual Size Cards

Ages 5 to 6+: Use these cards to build mathematical vocabulary and investigate the actual sizes of different animals

Colorful Creatures

Ages 5 to 6+: Choose a colorful creature to research

Animal Comparisons

Ages 3 to 5: Visualize the size of different animals and sort them by whether or not they could fit inside the palm of a child's hand

Animal Eye Three Part Cards

Ages 3 to 6: Expand vocabulary and support language development while learning about different types of animals and their eyes

It’s All in the Eyes

Ages 3 to 5: Sort animal pupils by their three distinct shapes

Which Eye is Which?

Ages 5 to 6+: Learn about the shape of an animal's pupil and how it relates to their behavior and lifestyle in the animal kingdom

Living Color

Ages 2 to 6: Identify and write color words while learning the names of a kaleidoscope of creatures

Animal Classification

Ages 3 to 6: Sort a collection of creatures into six basic animal groups

Animals by Color

Ages 2 to 5: Find out how animals use their color to survive and then sort these creatures by color

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Unit Includes

  • 12 Lessons