Discover how reptiles from around the world live! Includes 35 cards.
Empty the cards on a rug. Find and put the 7 continent label cards at the top of the rug. Turn the photo cards face down. Pick a card and match it to its label. Name the reptiles and read the sentences. Ask a teacher or friend to read if you cannot.
This work Includes 35 cards: 24 photo-sentence cards, 7 continent cards and 4 reptile label cards (alligators, lizards, snakes, turtles). (Science-vertebrates-reptiles)
Sort reptiles by continent or by the type of reptile they are (alligators, lizards, snakes and turtles.
"The alligator sits in the sun." "Whip snakes feed on bugs and birds." "The green sea turtle has flippers." "Komodo dragons are big lizards."
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Familiarize students with reptiles from around the world. Includes 4 reptiles from 6 continents. Includes 7 continent label cards. Also includes reptile labels for alligators and crocodiles; snakes; lizards; turtles, tortoises and terrapins. The sentences in the elementary version are more complex than in the 3-6 version.
"Alligators live in rivers and swamps. They feed on snakes, frogs, birds, turtles and fish."
"The green sea turtle lives by the coast. It feeds on plants. It lays eggs on the beach."
"The Komodo dragon is a big monitor lizard. It can swim. It lives on islands in Indonesia."
This PDF Download includes 35 Photo Cards: 24 Photo Cards- 4 Reptiles per continent, 7 Continent Label Cards, and 4 Order Label Cards. There are no photo cards for the continent of Antarctica as no reptiles live there.
(Science-Vertebrates, Geography-Continents, Language-Reading)
Students sort the cards under the label cards. They can sort them by continent or by reptile label (alligators and crocodiles, lizards, snakes, turtles, tortoises and terrapins).
"The alligator sits in the sun." "The dwarf crocodile lives by the river." "Whip snakes feed on birds and bugs."
This PDF Download includes 35 Photo Cards, 7 Continent Labels, and 4 classification labels; 4 Reptiles per continent, excludes Antartica.