This has 111 public domain images. Most of the wolf images are color photos but a few are black and white drawings. You can enlarge or shrink the public domain images’ sizes, move the images around, etc. The images are handy for any classroom (Pre-K through higher ed) and any age or ability level but teachers of art and natural studies in science will likely regard them as being of special interest. Teachers of Pre-K students up will find them handy for using as reward stickers, for classroom décor, etc.
This can save you a great deal of time and is usable for countless times over the years. Sources include wpclipart.com, clker.com, wikipedia.org, plates from the 1800s works of John Gould, John James Audubon, various federal government agencies such as fws. gov.
The reading component in this resource is Quick Notes About Wolves which is in first English then non-Castillian, Latin American Spanish which should help Spanish-speaking students in regular classes or ESL. If you don't have ELL's now, then you may later. It also has Basic Facts About The Wolf Families.
This is dedicated to my wife Barbara who taught science including biology and environmental science in Kansas City metro and Shawnee Mission West in particular for 28 years.
J. Mason Emerson