Think of your favorite zoo animal. Using a variety of art materials such as markers, crayons, pencils, or paint, create a picture of your favorite zoo animal.
Two legs, 4 legs, or no legs? A tail or no tail? Who is the biggest and who is the smallest? Zoo animals come in many different sizes and shapes. Check out the zoo animal picture to see which animals have something in common.
Watch this video and meet some of the big cats that live in the zoos and learn some cool facts about them.
How would an animal behave if they were sad, mad, happy, content, scared, or bored? How would they look and what would they do? Have your child show how they think an animal would act if they were experiencing these emotions. Now how would your child act.
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