This fun science center activity is designed for young learners (pre-k and kindergarten). It contains photograph cards of animals that use camouflage. The animals are not easily seen. Laminate these cards and provide the children with a dry erase marker so they can try to spot the animal and trace its outline. There are informative posters to assist you in providing a simple explanation of what camouflage is, to share with your students.
What you get: :
12 picture cards (half sheet size)
2 (8.5x11) posters that explain what camouflage is
4 (8.5x11) posters of animals that use camouflage: Viceroy Moth, Cheetah, Polar Bear and Pomeranian Dogs (this one is a joke!)
What you need:
Ability to laminate and dry erase markers (fine point work best).
Ways to use:
Place the cards in the science center for independent use, or
Use during small group time (up to 12).
This activity works well with insect or bug theme units, animal theme units, and ocean theme units.
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