World Ecology Cards for Classification Work

World Ecology Cards for Classification Work
Early Childhood and Elementary Plastic Cards, or PDF Downloads. Students love to sort and read these language based materials. Do a Classification Layout, Memory Game or What's Missing Game. Students can draw their favorite subjects. They copy the name or sentence or make their own. They can use the grammar stamps to diagram it!

"When one tugs at a single thing in nature, one finds it attached to the rest of the world." John Muir

World Amphibians
Students classify common, unusual and endangered frogs, toads and salamanders by continent. They read the sentences.Did you know that frogs blink when they swallow? Amphibians the world over are disappearing.

The material has 37 Cards (7 continent cards and 30 photo cards). Cards are printed on plastic and have rounded corners (4" x 2 1/2"). The Primary material (Early Childhood/ages 3-6) have simple sentences. Elementary cards have more complex sentences and information.

Try the World Amphibian Blackline Master Book to extend the card work. It includes name tracing, parts of books, definitions, sentences, who am I's.
World Bird Cards
Introduction birds from around the world. Primary and Elementary Versions available. Students group birds by continent. They read the sentences.

This material has 42 Cards: 7 continent cards and 35 photo cards; (5 Birds per continent).

Try the World Bird Blackline Master Book to extend the card work. It includes name tracing, parts of books, dot-to-dots, sentences and who am I's.
World Fish Ecology Cards
World Fish Primary (Early Childhood/Ages 3 to 6) includes 28 photo cards and 7 continent labels. The elementary includes an additional 28 double-sided STORY-QUESTION CARDS.

"The red-bellied piranha has sharp teeth." "European eel migrate on dark, moonless nights."

Plastic, Cornered Cards are 4" x 2 1'2". Photo cards include simple sentences that most students delight in reading.

The World Fish Writing Book in cursive, D"nealian or Print versions is used as an extension to this card work.
World Land and Water Cards for 7 Continents
Discover natural and manmade geographic land forms. Includes Mount Fuji, Carlsbad Caverns, an inselberg, Uluru, Panama Canal, Seine River, Mono Lake, Yangshou Mountains, Villarica Volcano, the Dry Valleys and more.
World Mammals Spanish
World Mammals in Spanish! Sort them to the continent labels.
World Mammal Ecology Classification Cards English
Students classify mammals under the continent cards. Early Childhood cards have one simple sentence. The elementary cards have 2 or 3 sentences. Includes 42 cards (7 continent symbol labels and 35 photo cards. The World Mammal Writing Book is used as an extension. Students can trace or copy names and sentences or make parts of books or answer who am I's. It is also available as a PDF.
World People 1
World People Set 1 includes 4 countries per continent. It is the same material for early childhood and elementary. This 55 card set includes 24 photo cards with sentences and flags, 7 continent labels with flags and 24 story-question cards. Early childhood classrooms will use the photo and label cards with students. The story-question cards are designed so that younger elementary students can answer the first question and progress on as they grow. Often the 3rd question is one requiring additional research or asking the students opinion of why something is the way it is.
World People 2
World People Set 2 is a 55 card set with 24 photo cards with sentences and flags, 7 flag-continent labels and 24 story-question cards.
World Reptile Ecology Cards
Students sort and classify 36 reptile cards by continent or type of reptile (alligators & crocodiles, lizards, snakes, tortoises & turtles.
World Sacred Places
Every picture tells a story. Sacred Places are the last remnants of civilizations that came before us. Each is a treasure and a symbol of things valued in the past. Includes 25 photo cards and 7 continent labels.
World Transportation
Land, Air and Water Vehicle photo cards includes 42 photo cards and 3 label cards for land, air and water sorting. Examples include bicycle, camel cart, delta, logging truck, tram, blimp, helicopter, gondola, reed boat, and more.
World Trees
Discover the world of trees! This work includes examples of ancient, abundant, endangered and unusual trees. 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.