Use on iPad, Computer, Smart Board or Print and Laminate
Great for in in class services and telepractice!
This engaging activity will target many receptive and expressive language skills, such as vocabulary, descriptions, making inferences, rhyming, memory, answering questions, etc.
The targeted vocabulary include: safari, jungle, animals, monkey, peacock, giraffe hippo, rhino, elephant, lizard, sloth, tree frog, penguin, polar bear, tiger, lion, koala, cheetah, turtle, alligator, parrot, snake, flamingo, toucan, walrus, kangaroo, panda, zebra, Safari Jeep, Compass, Map, Safari Hat, Binoculars, Camera, Canteen.
Key vocabulary words when describing or categorizing animals: color (black, white, brown, green pink, gray, red, blue, yellow) , big, small, long/tall, short, fur, scales, feathers, claws, paws, hooves, beak, stripes, spots, mane horn, trunk, perched, hanging, shell, long, tall, tusks.
Suggested Activities – Use these and/or make up your own.
Page 3 - Discussion Questions - Prior to Story
Pages 4-34 - Read the story. Read descriptions of animals and see if students can pick the correct animal. After they have picked the correct animal say “What is the other animal?” Ask the student to describe the other animal. On some of the pages the animals that have already been identified are in the background. Ask, “What other animals have we seen?” Go to the next page and see if they can remember all of the animals they have seen.
Pages 35-38 -Describing Activity – Have students describe animals. See if classmates can guess the animal.
Going On A Safari Playing Cards are included to play Memory, Lotto, War, etc.This activity includes a set of 26 pairs of playing cards: 52 colored cards and 52 shaded cards. The cards are numbered 1 - 26.
The cards include; zebra, elephant, koala, gorilla, monkey, polar bear, cheetah, kangaroo, panda bear, giraffe, hippo, flamingo, lion, snake, toucan ,turtle, tiger, alligator, rhino, sloth, lizard, parrot, penguin, walrus, peacock, tree frog.
Going On A Safari Playing Cards are included to play Memory, Lotto, War, etc. Each time they match a card, the describe the animal.
Have them draw a picture of the animal they saw on the safari and describe the animal.
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