Woodland Animals

Unit Content

Getting Started
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Explore with Us: Woodland Animals

Use this handy guide, which contains direct links to suggested lessons, to help organize your child's exploration of Woodland Animals

Literacy
03
Who’s Hiding in the Woods?

Ages 2 to 4: Match animals to their corresponding shadow

04
H is for Hedgehog

Ages 2 to 5: Use dot markers to learn the letters H, T, and W as well as their corresponding sounds

05
Woodland Animal Letter Mats

Ages 2 to 6: Practice letter formation and handwriting development with our woodland animal-themed capital letter mats

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Woodland Letters

Ages 2 to 6: Practice letter identification, letter sounds, and handwriting skills by filling in the missing letters

07
Woodland Animals Letter Match

Ages 3 to 6: Build vocabulary and phonics skills by identifying letters of the alphabet and connecting the letters to beginning sounds in words

08
Woodland Animals Three Part Cards

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

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Woodland Rhymes

Ages 3 to 6: Identify pairs of rhyming words

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Identifying Animal Tracks

Ages 4 to 6+: Identify the tracks made by six different woodland animals while practicing spelling and letter formation

Numeracy
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Ordering Animals

Ages 2 to 4: Order a collection of woodland animals by size from smallest to largest

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Woodland Animal Number Cards

Ages 2 to 5: Practice counting, one-to-one correspondence, and identifying quantities while building fine motor skills

13
How Many Owls

Ages 2 to 5: Practice counting, one-to-one correspondence, and writing numerals

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Which Woodland Animal Comes Next?

Ages 3 to 5: Determine which woodland animal comes next in the pattern

15
Woodland Animals Count and Graph

Ages 3 to 6: Count the woodland animals before organizing the data into a bar graph

S.T.E.M.
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Animal Tracks of the Forest

Ages 2 to 6+: Learn how to identify animal tracks with this guide

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Woodland Animal Guide

Ages 2 to 6+: Enhance your woodland explorations with this handy guide

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My Woodland Field Book

Ages 2 to 6+: Create a book to inspire open-ended investigation, play, and discovery in a woodland habitat

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I Spy Tracks

Ages 3 to 6+: Develop the art of outdoor observation by looking for tracks and other evidence that woodland animals have left behind

Art
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Hedgehog Painting

Ages 2 to 5: Use a fork to paint a peculiar and prickly hedgehog

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Unit Includes

  • 26 Lessons