This is a large package full of activities and worksheets. It focuses on English grammar topics relating to animals: collective nouns (e.g. a pride of lions), male/female/baby animal names (e.g goose vs gander), homonyms (e.g. bear/bare), idioms, particular names given to animal movements (cats steal) and animal sounds (horse whinnie). It includes a teachers guide with answers.
There are multiple ways to use this package: You can do the activities as a class, making each handout roughly equivalent to a lesson period. You can also save the package for fun work when students are done their other stuff. You can also split up the package and assign sections for homework.
Collective animal nouns (a murder of crows)
Male/Female/Offspring animal nouns (e.g: goose/gander)
Animal movement Verbs (a cat steals, a snake slithers etc)
Animal sounds (doves coo, etc)
Includes a teachers guide with answers
If done as a group in class, these can easily take 2 class periods. They are also great for homework!