This is a zebra craft to make in a primary classroom with teaching AB patterns. I made it in connection to reading the book "Lots and Lots of Zebra Strips" by Stephen Swinburne. This book discusses different forms of patterns found in nature, and a zebra is the most fun one to make for me!
Included in this free packet are teacher directions for all prep needed with photograph examples, three different "I Can" pages for student directions (3 choices based on if you want your students to make the standing zebra, the zebra down on all 4s, or if you want to give you students a choice on how to make it), and the templates needed to print out. Materials needed: white cardstock, black construction paper, scissors, crayons, and glue. That's it! The "I can" pages make the directions so simple to use, you could just set out the materials, display the "I can" student directions on paper or an overhead projector, and students could complete this independently in a center. You will also find a POSTER that you can hang up on a bulletin board or clothesline display to show off your finished products.
I hope you enjoy this free packet. Let me know what you think - I love creating and sharing things!