Do you want a fun way to introduce or review key terms as students learn about wild cats or mammals? How about a set of word cards or a memory game?
Each word card has the term* in English, Spanish, Russian, and Vietnamese. There's a simple definition and an illustration. Choose to print pages with four different cards or pages with four copies of the same card. Check out the preview to see the two different formats.
The memory game includes key terms, an answer key, and the rules for the game. Consider this as an in class activity or send it home.
I've included the photo credits so you can go to the images that are public domain or Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike and use them as you like in your classroom.
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RESOURCES IN OUR STORE FOR LAND MAMMALS
- An Introduction to Land Mammals: science, math, language, movement
- All About Land Mammals: coverings, protective colors, anatomy
- More About Land Mammals: habitat, life cycle, food chain
- Plants and Animals of the Grassland - FREE
- Habitat for Land Mammals
- Food Chain Mobile for a Bobcat
- Model a Food Chain for a Wild Cat
- Food Pyramid for a Wild Cat
- Cat Predator Game
- Resources for Teaching about the Life Cycle of a Cat
- Life Cycle Mobile for a Cat - FREE
- Word Wall for the Life Cycle of a Cat
- Bobcat Review Spinner
- I Have Who Has Mammals Game
- Cat Word Cards
The adorable drawn images were purchased from our friend at Educational Graphic Groups. Many of her products are featured in our store. Check out category EGG.
*adult, camouflage, carnivore, consumer, food, food chain, food web, fur, habitat, herbivore, mammal, omnivore, predator, prey, primary consumer, producer, secondary consumer, shelter, space, and water