Challenge your students to match animal footprints or tracks with the animal it comes from. This is a fun resource that will have children and considering the of an animal footprint and why it has the it does.
Challenge your students with this animal footprints matching activity. They will consider what footprint was made by what animal. The of an animal footprint is important and why it has the it does.
This resource will help your students –
- build an understanding of animals and the shape of their feet
- learn to consider size as an indicator to what the animal is.
- recognise the features an animals footprint
- be hands on with grouping the footprints and considering how they might help an animal in their daily survival
- develop vocabulary that relate to animals and shapes
- learn more about the variety of animals in the wild and their habitat
Inside this pack you’ll find –
- 1 x instruction page
- 22 x activity pages for matching
- 22 x animal photographs
- 2 x pages for children to trace or print their own footprint
- 22 x sentence strips ‘This footprint belongs to a ___’