Adventist Adventurer Awards/Zoo Animals

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Zoo Animals
Little Lamb

Take a trip to the zoo, if possible, or watch a video or movie about a zoo[edit | edit source]

Scavenger booklet

Video of Zoo Animals

Read My Visit to the Zoo by Aliki.

After the story, sing Going to the Zoo. You may find the Lyrics in this link

What animals did you see?[edit | edit source]

Show the children pictures of animals and then have them imitate the animal's actions:

  • Snake - Slither on the floor
  • Gorilla - Bend down and drag knuckles on the floor
  • Hummingbird - Flap arms, faster and faster
  • Penguin - Arms at side, feet clse together, take tiny steps
  • Bear - Walk on hands and feet
  • Owl - Spread arms and soar
  • Flamingo - Balance on one foot
  • Turtle - Crawl slowly
  • Kangaroo - Hop
  • Horse - Gallop
  • Elephant - Trumpet

What kind of food did most of them eat?[edit | edit source]

Most animals eat plants. Some animals eat other animals, insects, worms etc.

Did you see any birds? If so, what were they? Name them[edit | edit source]

Draw or color two things you saw at the zoo[edit | edit source]

Print your own zoo masks at this webpage Zoo Masks or this webpage if you can't print from the first one.

Who made everything you saw at the zoo? Can you find the answer in the Bible? If so, where is it found?[edit | edit source]

God made all the wild and domestic animals that are in the Zoo.

Genesis 1:25 (NIV)
God made the wild animals according to their kinds, the livestock according to their kinds, and all the creatures that move along the ground according to their kinds. And God saw that it was good.

External Resourses[edit | edit source]

Zoo flash cards.pdf - HS Printables

Zoo-Freebies - Teachers Pay Teachers

Zoo Masks - Angel Fire