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Animals And Their Young Matching Cards

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Animals And Their Young Matching Cards - animals, animal, young, animal babies, animal children, puppy, kitten, foal, dog, cat, horse
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  • 14 hours ago

    For the theme on Pet Safari

  • 5 days ago

    For my Curriculum Planning theme on Animals - Pets/Farm/Zoo Animals

  • Mar 22nd

    science unit - special education

  • Mar 18th

    For a child with language difficulties. Thank you.

  • Mar 18th

    For a unit on lifecycles to show children that some young have different names to their mums

  • Mar 15th

    1:1 support, will help loads

  • Mar 14th

    I will be using this resource with my pre-school children. I think they will love this game, play as you learn.

  • Mar 12th

    this is for my first practice demo teaching at the kindergarten i hope this could help! :D

  • Mar 12th

    I have one group of Preschool age kids and another of 0-5's. We are celebrating new babies (as their will be a couple of new brothers / sisters being born over next few weeks to our 0-5 playgroup families and the theme of the day is babies.
    We will use these cards for matching and talking about different babies.

  • Mar 10th

    Topic of Spring. Learning names of baby animals and recognising them.

  • Mar 8th

    Sorting, matching and developing language around the topic of baby animals, new life and Spring

  • Mar 5th

    Sorting, matching and developing language around the topic of baby animals, new life and Spring

  • Mar 5th

    I would use these resources to help students understand the resemblance of each mother to their young.

  • Mar 4th

    Spring activities.

  • Mar 4th

    Spring
    Mothers Day
    Living Eggs

  • Feb 28th

    mothers day, spring/change wall display

  • Feb 26th

    To introduce new vocabulary and consolidate existing knowledge of animals and their young.

  • Feb 24th

    Can be used in various ways, great for mothers day topic

  • Feb 23rd

    Used to consolidate learning

  • Feb 20th

    Going to use in the Science Lab. Children will be matching. Child will have baby cards and Adult cards will spread out in the room.

  • Feb 20th

    I'm going to use it in a center activity.

  • Feb 18th

    Activity with a child

  • Feb 17th

    Teaching ECFE

  • Feb 10th

    for a topic of mothers and babies

  • Feb 9th

    activity with a child

  • Feb 5th

    Learning about animals and their young

  • Feb 2nd

    for a project

  • Jan 26th

    for an activity wih the child

  • Jan 22nd

    lesson on animals

  • Jan 13th

    lesson for animals and their young

  • Jan 12th

    Lesson on life cycles

  • Jan 10th

    Making an animal story sack

  • Jan 4th

    Teaching heredity, That young look like their parents.

  • Jan 1st

    EYFS understanding of the world investigation

  • Dec 12th, 2014

    for my 4yr old..we're living in Libya and no english books around here..=(

  • Dec 12th, 2014

    for my 4yr old..we're living in Libya and no english books around here..=(

  • Oct 11th, 2014

    Teaching adults anmimals and their yound to 3 year olds

  • Sep 8th, 2014

    A science lesson - to know animals including humans produce young which grow into adults.

  • Aug 22nd, 2014

    This is great! I like the fact you can choose to print with or without text. Would be even better if there were the words by themselves as well so I could use them as a matching exercise

    • Aug 24th, 2014

      Hi JMJMJMJMJM, thank you for your review, I have passed your suggestion on to our resource team to have a look at for you. :)

  • Feb 24th, 2013

    This is fab just what I was looking for.

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  • Jan 10th

    I will b printing 2 copies and cutting 1 in half so we can play a pairs type game

Animals And Their Young Matching Cards

Animals And Their Young Matching Cards - A handy set of sorting cards containing a range of different animals and their young!
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