Passports are fun for lots of things!
You can use these as a scavenger hunt on your next zoo field trip, as part of your zoo animals lesson, classroom management, or a fun mini-activity.
1. Large - BW and Color
2. Small - BW and Color
** Extra pages for animals not already included**
Suggestions for Use:
1. Lessons: for younger learners, you can use these passports as you learn the names of the animals, and students can check off or color in the visa stamps as you go through each animal.
2. Lessons: During a zoo animal unit, you can use these passports long-term. Once you learn about each animal (KWL, or habitat, diet, etc) students go back to their passports and color in the animal they learned about that lesson and either color in/check off the passport visas themselves, or bring them to the teacher to have checked off or put a sticker upon.
3. Homework/Assignments and Classroom Management Tool: Use these passports as a behavior reward or check-in for finished work. After students complete an assignment, they color in the animal and then show the teacher their complete work, and receive a sticker to put on the zoo visa. Students will love having a filled-up passport filled with color and stickers!
4. Zoo Field Trip: Use this is a scavenger hunt! On your field trip, students mark off each visa stamp as they find the animal in the book.
HOW TO USE:
1. Print out the cover page alone. Then, starting from the second page, start printing the pages back-to-back (double sided). (note, there are 2 options (primary or standard lined) for the second page (notes/my info) so make sure you only choose one when printing out).
If you do not have a double-sided printer, you can still make the passport, but it will probably be a little thicker.
2. If making smaller book, cut out the pages. No cutting required for larger passport.
3. Fold page in half along dotted line, and then arrange the pages on top of each other.
4. Staple the pages.
12.) Polar Bear