If you need a wooly mammoth diagram, an animal body parts labeling activity, or a quick prehistoric printable, this one should be perfect. Add to a unit about the Ice Age, North American natural history, evolution, or a nonfiction research project about elephants. The realistic artwork helps kids visualize what wooly mammoths really looked like.
Students can write in the labels or cut and glue them into place. The Answer Key is included. See thumbnails (right) or download the Preview for a closer look. All artwork is original.
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Vocabulary on the labels: Hair, eye, foot, leg, tail, tusk, trunk, ear, back, head
Keywords: Wooly mammoth, STEM, prehistoric, elephants, Ice Age, natural history, evolution, North America, anatomy
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