Meet this fun-packed video geared towards teaching your preschooler to recognize and learn animal body parts. Let your kids embark on a funny adventure with the ant postman delivering an urgent letter. Can you guess whom is this parcel addressed to?
Today you will learn about the amazing animals called penguins. Did you know that penguins are birds? Like all birds, penguins are warm-blooded, have beaks and feathers and lay eggs. However, penguins cannot fly. Instead of wings they have flippers, which makes them excellent swimmers.
There are many types of penguins, they differ in sizes and by the black and white patterns on their heads. Some species of penguins are: the Little Penguin, the Rockhopper Penguin, the Adelie Penguin, the African Penguin, the King Penguin and the Emperor Penguin.
Penguins are hunters. They hunt in the ocean, and their main food is fish. They can also eat krill, squid and other small ocean creatures. Penguins’ enemies at sea are larger predators – such as sharks, orcas and seals.
Penguins live only in the southern hemisphere. Most of them live in Antarctica which is an icy continent at the South Pole. You can also see penguins on the coasts of Africa, Australia and South America. Penguins have a thick layer of fat and tightly packed feathers which makes it possible for them to live in very cold climates. When on the ground, they hop or waddle on their hind feet. Penguins can also lie on their stomachs and slide quickly on ice and snow. Usually penguins live in huge colonies, up to several thousand animals in one place. This helps them protect themselves and their babies against predators and keep warm in low temperatures. Penguins form pairs to lay eggs and take care of the chicks. The mother penguin lays one or two eggs, and the two parents sit on the eggs in turns to keep them warm.
Penguins are very friendly and curious animals. They have no fear of people and eagerly approach them.
African Wildlife Worksheet
Teach your child about a world beyond his reach with this bright and colorful African wildlife printable worksheet! Your child will recall and learn about animals to practice essential categorization skills, all while they are enticed by cute and cuddly animal images!
Here’s why this worksheet is great:
• Your child will practice recalling important information about animals to find the right answer
• This helps kids to lay a foundation for classifying different types of animals.
Help your child build an expansive knowledge of the world around them by introducing early science concepts like wildlife, habitats, and climate. Our kids are always learning, so use this worksheet to jumpstart a love and appreciation for science, all while honing important categorization skills!
Camo isn’t just for military personnel! Animals invented the concept of camouflage with their coats and patterns that blend into the environment.
Teach your child about this important natural phenomenon with this adorable animal camouflage worksheet!
If you're looking for a quick and free way to see what your child has learned about animal adaptations to their habitats, this downloadable PDF is perfect! With it, they'll start off by identifying the correct beak patterns for three different birds—the hummingbird, the woodpecker and the falcon. Using the choice boxes, they'll check the correct answer. They'll also show you whether they can identify the parts of animals that helps them escape from their predators using the answer selection boxes given. It's a great way to gauge understanding.
Before beginning this worksheet, you might want to ask your students if they know where the Arctic is located, and what we can find there. If they don’t have a clue, grab the world atlas, and point out the location of the cold Arctic. The Arctic is extremely cold and mostly covered in snow. The animals that live there are natives, and have found ways to survive in the harsh weather. Look at the animals in the worksheet with your students and help them decide which ones live in the Arctic.
You may know that birds have beaks so they can collect and eat their foods, but did you know that not every bird beak is alike? Many beaks are different because the birds eat different things. This fun and free worksheet is a great way to let your little nature lover learn about the types of beaks birds have, and how they are made perfectly to eat the types of foods that are best for them. They'll analyze beak shape and choose the best food from the selection, making them adorable bird watchers in the process!
Increase your little learner’s vocabulary while he or she learns about the fascinating meat eaters that live among us!
Your child will learn about interesting animals and the foods they eat using this vibrant carnivorous animals worksheet!
The desert is filled with unique plants and animals that are built to withstand the tough, dry conditions.
Let’s explore the special animals and plants that call the desert home with this vividly colored desert plants and animals worksheet!
Teach your child the important concept of conservation with this enlightening endangered species worksheet. Talk to your child about the last time they visited the zoo to see if they remember any of the animals on the sheet!
Keep the conversation going, reviewing favorite endangered animals they’ve seen at zoo!
There's something about the water that kids find irresistible and learning about what lies beneath is just as exciting! With this free PDF worksheet about fish, your young readers will learn about fish and some cool characteristics they have. They'll use larger vocabulary with contextual meaning, and then they'll get to answer the accompanying reading comprehension questions to show what they learned. They'll be given multiple choices to choose from, similar to what they'd find in a classroom, and they'll not even know they're working on reading comprehension and answering skills!
Your child will love learning about plant-eating animals as they strengthen vocabulary and discover an interesting attribute of commonly loved animals.
Excite your child for life science with this fun-filled herbivorous animals worksheet!
You must begin this exercise by explaining to your little kids what herbivores are. When living things such as animals or people eat meat from other animals, they are referred to as carnivores. Now, some other living things survive on other forms of food; such as plants and grass. These living things are known as herbivores. Give your kids examples of herbivores. Now, identify the pictures in this worksheet with your kids, and help them check off the animals that are herbivores.
Some people use the words horns and antlers interchangeably, but with this free worksheet, your child will learn that there is a difference between the two! From the pictures, they'll look at what each animal has—a pair of horns or a pair of antlers, and they'll be able to see how the antlers or horns may help them in their everyday habitats. They'll be able to check off the correct sets of antlers or horns, and learn about animal body adaptations in the process.
Your child will fly high into the sky to color adorable birds sitting on limbs in this adorable printable coloring page: In the Treetops!
Encourage your child to express his or her creativity to select a variety of colors to make this scene come to life with cute and vibrant birds your child will love!
Sometimes complex sentences can reveal a lot about a topic, even if there are only a few sentences in a passage! Train your little reader to look for all the clues that words provide by using this interesting worksheet about pelicans! While reading, your child will enjoy a little more about pelicans. Read each sentence carefully! Based upon the passage, answer the questions that follow to finish!
Many informational texts include pictures, sidebars, or diagrams to further explain the topic. Teach your child to properly read and analyze informational passages by providing him or her with ample practice! This printable worksheet will come in handy to teach these necessary reading skills and will serve to be an interesting lesson in animal science as well! Read all about pelicans and view the graph to answer the questions. Answer below the paragraph by responding to whether each statement is true or false.
Your child will move faster than a sloth to complete this joyful worksheet: sloth coloring page! Teach your child about this amazing animal as he or she colors the page!
Look up real-life pictures and read more about this adorable animal after proudly displaying this coloring page on the fridge!