Baby and Parent Animal Match Game

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by Tiffany Brodsky

Price: 300 points or $3 USD

Subjects: zoology,biology,inheritanceOfTraits,variationOfTraits,evidenceOfCommonAncestryAndDiversity,lifeScience,science

Grades: 14,13,1

Description: This was created for students to match the parent and baby and/or child animals through a sort. A great game for the spring season! The animals are the following: black bears, deer (2 times), wolves, foxes, lions (2 times), koalas, brown bears, moose, elephants, seals, kangaroos, monkeys, rhinos, white mountain goats, lynxes (or bobcats), and prairie dogs. red raccoons, gray raccoons, and rams (or goats). How to Play: The student drags a baby or child animal card and drops it onto the mom or dad card. This is repeated until all the cards are played. There are two parent animals on each Boom card and three juvenile cards Enjoy! Related FL Standard: SC.K.L.14.3 The students will "observe (plants and) animals, describe how they are alike and how they are different in the way they look and in the things they do." Access Point #: SC.K.L.14.In.3 Want a paper game instead? Please go to New to Boom and want to open an account? Effective as February 6, 2023, Boom learning is providing a 10% discount for new, individually paid accounts and gives points to sellers (after 180 days) that choose to refer others via a link. You may join through my link to get a 10% discount, you can go here: . I MAY earn points when you redeem this link. Enjoy!