1. Woodland Animal Coloring and Counting Mats:
I hope you enjoy these beautiful woodland animal mats in your early childhood setting.
These mats are to be cut out along the solid black line. Then, they need to be laminated. Students will use washable markers to trace the name of the woodland animal and the color. Students will use correctly colored buttons or pom-poms to place on each dot, matching the correct amount.
2. Montessori Cards- Woodland Animals:
These should be cut out along the solid black lines and laminated.
(Both titles and pictures)
3. Fact File Cards:
Have students draw and write (or copy down) simple facts about each woodland animal. These fact cards are great to cut in half and staple for a take-home book.
4. Owl Craftivity and Writing Prompt: Bulletin Board Display!
Students will watercolor paint their owls. Teachers will cut these out. Once owls are dry, students will glue feathers onto their owls. (You might need a construction paper backing.) Students or the teacher can place glitter on the branch. Students can write a simple sentence or a few sentences about owls with the writing prompt. Great for bulletin board display!