Students line up the continent cards at the top of their rug. They sort the amphibians by continent. Can you name them. Teachers can name them or read the sentences. Older students (kindergarteners) can read them.
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.
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.
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 42 Photo Cards, 7 Continent Labels, and 5 classification labels; 7 Reptiles per continent, excluding Antartica.
This PDF Download includes 25 Photo Cards and 7 Labels; 4 cards for North America, South America, Africa, Europe and Asia, 5 cards for Asia and no photo cards for Antarctica.
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.