Homes of Animals Worksheets
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Stop by and say hello to our free, printable homes of animals worksheets. Drive home the fact that while birds build nests high up in trees, horses live in stables, and cows call barns their homes. Recognizing and naming animal homes is just part of the fun, for this collection also hosts sorting activities and an illustrated chart.
These animal homes worksheets are best suited for young learners in kindergarten and grade 1.
Be it the serene duck swimming in the pond, or the animated ant running about in the anthill, this exercise will have children circling the homes of animals in the blink of an eye.
There is no place a spider would rather be than its web, just as a lion prefers its den the most, or a bee finds its hive the safest. Match these animals to the places they proudly call home.
Find the line that divides animals that live in the wild from domesticated animals, and draw it darker in the sand by sorting the farm and forest animals in this cut-and-glue pdf.
Give flight to your child's artistry and creativity by getting them to skillfully sketch the home of a cow, a lion, a bird, and a dog in this drawing animal homes worksheet.
With this printable chart on their walls, kindergarten kids will quickly grasp that animals find safety and warmth in their abodes, much like human beings do in their own homes.
Make room for a bit of sneaky writing practice, much to the delight of 1st grade kids, with this task that will have them writing the names of both animals and their happy homes.
A giraffe, and an owl, among other animals, sit alongside each other in this homes of animals worksheet, where the task is to look at the animal and write the name of its home.
Whether it is nestling into burrows underground, or seeking shelter in the canopy of trees, different animals find safety in different homes. Sort the burrowers and nesters in this segment.
It is now time to put to the ultimate test everything your kids know about animals and their homes! Witness how well they sidestep the false statements and key into the correct ones.