This PDF includes 31 Cards: 24 Photo Cards and 7 Continent Cards, 4 Amphibians per continent, excluding Antarctica. (Science-Vertebrates, Geography-Continents, Language-Reading).
Students sort the photo cards to the continent label cards. Once the cards are matched they name the animals and/or read the names and sentences.
"The common toad jumps with all 4 legs."
"The spade foot toad digs with its hind legs."
"The salamander digs a burrow."
Print and laminate this digital file to make great bird work for the classroom or home. It includes 42 Cards, 4 x 2.5 inches: 35 photo and 7 continent cards; 5 birds per continent. (Science-Vertebrates, Geography-Continents, Language-Reading)
Students sort the photo cards to the continent label cards. Once matched they read the names and sentences. "The masked weaver makes a nest."
"The jabiru has a black neck."
"The kookabura sits in a gum tree."
This PDF Download includes 28 photo cards and 7 continent labels. Print and laminate this digital file to make great fish work for the classroom or home.(Science-Vertebrates, Geography-Continents, Language-Reading)
Students sort the photo cards to the continent cards. Which one is their favorite? Can they read the names or have a friend read the names? Can they read the sentences? "The spotted gar lives in big lakes." "The African jewelfish feeds on insects."
This PDF downloadable material includes 105 photo cards and 7 continent labels. There are 15 photos per continent and a land and water card for each continent.
(Geography-Land and Water Forms, Geography-Maps, Language-Reading)
Put these cards out when working with a continent or have 7 pouches with the work in it and have them with the maps. Students sort the photo cards to the land and water label cards. They become familiar with special places on the earth!
World Photo Cards - World Mammals Early Childhood PDF Download.
Explore common, unusual and endangered mammals in their natural environment. This 7 page PDF contains 42 photo cards and 7 continent labels; 6 mammals per continent.
(Geography-Continents, Science-Vertebrates, Language-Reading)
Students sort the photo cards under the continent cards. They can name or read the animals names. They can read the sentences.
"The kangaroo has a baby." "The jaguar has black spots." "The hippopotamus swims."
Celebrate the cultural diversity of our world. Students match photo cards of people to the continent label card. Some read the name and the sentences. Work has 55 cards, 24 photo cards, 24 story/question cards (a resource for early childhood teachers) and 7 continent cards. There are 4 subjects for each continent. Samples include: Mayan live in the rural highlands of Guatemala. The Sami herd reindeer. Melanesians live in tribes in the Solomon Islands.
For early childhood classrooms use the photo and continent cards.
For elementary classrooms use the photo, continent and definition cards.
Countries included are: Africa 1: Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Zimbabwe. Asia 1: Burma, China, Indonesia and Thailand. Europe 1: Greece, Norway, Russia and Spain.Oceania 1: Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands. North America 1: Canada, Guatemala, Mexico, United States. South America: Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru.
This PDF Download includes 36 Photo Cards: 24 Photo Cards- 4 Reptiles per continent, 7 Continent Label Cards, and 5 Classification Label Cards. There are no photo cards for the continent of Antarctica as no reptiles live there.
(Science-Vertebrates, Geography-Continents, Language-Reading)
Students sort the cards under the label cards. They can sort them by continent or by reptile label (alligators and crocodiles, lizards, snakes, turtles, tortoises and terrapins).
"The alligator sits in the sun." "The dwarf crocodile lives by the river." "Whip snakes feed on birds and bugs."
This PDF Download includes 24 Photo Cards and 7 Labels; 4 cards for North America, South America, Africa, Europe and Asia. There are no photo cards for Antarctica as it has not been inhabited by humans.
Students sort the photo cards to the continent cards. Which one would they visit? What is their favorite? Why?
This PDF download includes 48 cards: 13 vehicles for land, 13 vehicles for air and 13 vehicles for water; labels for land, air, water; 5 labels for classifying the vehicles. These cards include: Vehicles that transport goods. Vehicles that transport people. Vehicles that do not transport people or goods. Vehicles powered by humans. Vehicles powered by nature. Vehicles powered by engines.
Students love this work! They do it by themselves and in small groups. Young students use the land, air and water cards. Older students like the challenge of sorting the cards with the advanced label cards.
All children are fascinated with trees. Students sort World Tree Photo Cards by continent. Subjects include famous trees, very old trees, cultivated trees, endangered trees and common trees! Did you know the monkey puzzle tree was growing in South America when the dinosaurs were there? Cork oak trees are harvested very 40 years and live to be 500.
This simple introduction includes 31 cards; 24 photo cards and 7 continent label cards. There are 4 trees per continent and no trees for the Antarctic continent. Use these cards with the book Are Trees Alive by Debbie S. Miller. Many of the same trees are in the book and the card material. Other great books when studying trees: Redwoods by Jason Chin; The Tree in the Ancient Forest by Carol Reed-Jones; The Tree by Dana Lyons.