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Animal Activities

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April 4, 2014

Animal Activities

In the February 2014 issue of Hello, Darling magazine we promised some online play resources, and we always want to keep good on our promises.

Land & Sea Animals

For kiddos: 2 to 3 years old

We have a link to a download for little ones to cut and paste animals in their natural environment. 

Thanks tlsbooks.com for the free download kids are sure to love!

Nocturnal & Diurnal Animals

For kiddos: 4 to 5 years old

We have a link to a fun, free printable worksheet by Maureen spell at spelloutloud.com


 

What other fun activities do you do with your kids to teach them about animals? 

Related topics: Play, Fun

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When my kids were little, they enjoyed the National Geographic Kids and other animal magazines. We now have a dog in our family, so that is an everyday activity. We waited until our older 2 children were able to help with tasks...feeding, letting him out, cleaning up after him ;), in addition to always keeping their toys picked up, so he doesn't mistake their toys for his chew toys. If you're able to have a pet, I think its such a wonderful experience....to teach about unconditional love, respect for animals, responsibility, life, and sadly, death.

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