Animal Habitats of the World: Introduce kids to 78 animals and 18 habitats. Learn about where they live, what kind of habitat they need, what they like to eat, and more. Students can personalize this book by coloring the illustrations and tracing the key words in the space provided. Incorporate some fun and handwriting practice into science. A review activity sheet with answer key is also included. 51 pages total.
Habitats include: African savanna, arctic, desert, Australian bush, Antarctica, beach, cave, coral reef, cypress swamp, farm, fresh water, prairie, forest, bamboo forest, rain forest, mountain, your home (for your pets), and ocean.
Animals include: African lion, impala, African wild dog, giraffe, zebra, vulture, hippopotamus, caribou, harp seal, polar bear, puffin, narwhal, walrus, ostrich, meerkat, desert tortoise, camel, fennec, gecko, bandicoot, emu, frilled lizard, kangaroo, koala, wombat, emperor penguin, blue whale, Weddell seal, starfish, sea anemone, hermit crab, Tasmanian devil, American black bear, bat, sea urchin, pufferfish, triggerfish, egret, manatee, alligator, horse, goat, cow, rooster, duck, pig, muskrat, frog, turtle, quail, bison, badger, deer, hedgehog, fox, gorilla, bongo antelope, African elephant, panda, uakari, agouti, chameleon, giant anteater, snow leopard, yak, argali, dog, hamster, cat, goldfish, cockatoo, rabbit, clownfish, lobster, hammerhead shark, dolphin, squid, and humpback whale.
All measurements are given in both English and metric. This title does not discuss origins or the age of the earth. If you would like to explore the topics in this book from a Creation science worldview, a free download is included in the Learning About Science Level 1 bundle with links to numerous free resources to help you do that. I can also send it to you freely upon request.
Also available as part of the Learning About Science Collection, Level 1.