Curious George Visits the Zoo

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Curious George Visits the Zoo

Come along with Curious George as he visits all the animals at the zoo.

Learning Objective: Children will demonstrate knowledge and understanding of details in narrative or informational text that includes the order of events or cause and effect.

Sit down with your little one and watch “Dear Zoo”.  See if your child can guess the name of the animal based on the sound it makes!

Virtual Tour

Curious George visited a zoo and had so much fun. Have you ever been to a zoo? You can take a virtual tour of your house! Follow the link to the San Diego Zoo Kids page and explore the animals that live there. Can you find the same animals that George saw?

Sing and Move

Now it’s time for YOU to be the animal! Sing this song and move your body like an elephant, a kangaroo, a monkey, and more!

Learning Objective: Children will learn to combine and coordinate two or more locomotor movements together in effective ways, with some success

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