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Create your own neighborhood safari!
Are your kids getting a little restless from being at home for so many days? This quarantine can seem endless for our little ones who have been inside day after day.
In our neighborhood, children are starting to create pictures of hearts or other objects to hang on their windows. When families go on walks, they work together to count the items on the windows.
Today is heart day so my daughter has been busy coloring and cutting out hearts to hang on our door.
This gave me the idea of creating a new idea for next week.
I have put together a set of pages that each have an animal. Children can print and color their favorite animal or animals.
To go with the pictures children will color, there are three different pages for children to complete as they go on their safari.
The first page students will simply make tally marks for each animal they find.
The second version asks children to also trace the name of the animal.
Finally, our last page asks children to share a fact about each animal. This could be a fun follow-up for older children when they return home.
You can download this free neighborhood safari set here:
Have other ideas for a neighborhood task? Share what your neighborhood is doing below!
Your kids might also enjoy these free no prep pages:
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