Britannica Discovery Library Volume 5 - Animals by Pamela Dell (Author), Kathryn Harper and Mark Domke

By Pamela Dell (Author), Kathryn Harper and Mark Domke (Editors)

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Cut four pieces of thick paper in half. Then cut each half in half again. You will have a total of 16 pieces of paper. These are the cards you will use to play the animal guessing game. Now go through this book and find 16 different animals. Draw a picture of one of the animals on one side of a card, leaving the opposite side blank. Write the name of the animal on the same side as your drawing. Then draw another animal on another card, and continue until all the cards have a picture of an animal on them.

Get lots of colored paper, crayons, and colored pencils. You can also use sticks, yarn, pieces of cloth, or empty toilet paper rolls. Imagine an animal no one has ever seen before. Draw on paper or glue pieces of colored paper and other materials together to make your strange new animal. 2 If you have old magazines with pictures of animals in them, use these too. Cut out body parts from different animals and glue them together to make your new animal! 62 63 Helping Children Get the Most out of the AN IM AL S Volume The activities on the previous page will help your child expand his or her knowledge, skills, and selfconfidence.

Draw on paper or glue pieces of colored paper and other materials together to make your strange new animal. 2 If you have old magazines with pictures of animals in them, use these too. Cut out body parts from different animals and glue them together to make your new animal! 62 63 Helping Children Get the Most out of the AN IM AL S Volume The activities on the previous page will help your child expand his or her knowledge, skills, and selfconfidence. Young children learn best when they are engaged in activities that they are genuinely interested in, so don’t insist they continue with things they seem to be growing bored with.

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