Animals and Their Young Worksheets
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Be the top dog in matters to do with animals and their babies! Our free, printable worksheets on animals and their young help the busy bees have their ducks in a row, as they work their way through a hand-picked collection of engaging exercises learning the names of a few baby farm animals, gluing the offspring of wild animals, identifying mothers of baby animals, and much more. Our pdf animals and their young worksheets mean that children can learn the necessary animal vocabulary and develop essential pre-academic social skills with renewed enthusiasm.
Our free worksheets on animals and their young are suitable for preschool, kindergarten, and grade 1.
Matching Mommy Animals to Baby Animals
Celebrate motherly love with this very dear exercise on matching animals to their babies! There are five mommy animals on the left side of the page, and preschool kids find their babies on the right side. Draw a neat line to match and complete the job.
Wild Animals and Their Babies | Cut and Glue
The lion accompanied by its cub is a glorious sight! The elephant with the calf to its right is a spectacle to die for! Watch more animals-and-babies combinations unfold as kindergarten and 1st grade children complete this cut and glue activity.
Writing the Names of Baby Animals
This section of our animals and their young worksheets is so cute, light, and young that writing the name of each beautifully illustrated baby animal in it never feels like an exercise. Add to your animal vocabulary "poult", "foal", and more.
Farm Animals and Their Offspring | Fill in the Blanks
The story of animals and their young is all set to grow more curious in this pdf as learners in kindergarten and grade 1 complete sentences using the name of the correct farm animal! Take your cue from the pictures of the baby animals.
Animals and Their Offspring | Chart
Count on this printable chart to get your back when you struggle with the names of baby animals! With 15 animals and their young ones, both pictures and names, learning animals and their offspring with this resource feels gleeful and festive.