All of the following animal related posts can be found on Funschooling & Recreational Learning.
Arthropoda: Insects, Spiders, Ect.
Butterflies – Independent Butterfly research project with questions, activity suggestions and resources.
10 Creatively Cool Butterfly Activities – Ten open-ended, hands-on activities that encourage research skills, creativity and thinking skills.
Fireflies – Research resources for fireflies, including links to a couple of experiments and a craft idea.
Glow Worms – Research resources for glowworms. Includes links to sites, videos, and activity suggestions.
Hunt For June Bugs – June bug information, observational activities, links and videos.
Spiders – Spider resource page includes links to: An article about types of spiders and facts, information, identification chart home remedies, printables, and craft projects. Videos have also been included.
Frog Research Project – A research project based on frogs. Fun facts, questions, resources and activity suggestions.
Bird Eggs – Egg experiments, a recipe idea, links, and resources.
Bird Watching Activities – Bird watching activities, bird treat ideas, and links to bird-related activities and information.
Owls – This post links up to numerous owl resources: dissect a virtual owl pellet, owl anatomy, physiology, sounds, mythology, teacher resources, and more.
Penguin Resources – Penguin Resources: Penguin information, lesson plans, and videos.
Woodpeckers – Links to sites with information about woodpeckers.
Frogfish – Resources include sites to information, pictures, and videos.
Sharks – Links to – Basic facts, online puzzles, printables, and informative videos.
Oysters & Pearls – Oyster information includes: How pearls are made, the American oyster, facts, how to make an oyster garden and informative videos.
Bats – Information about bats, includes sound games, and resources.
Bat Resource Page – Bat resources for all ages and learning styles.
Bears – Resources include: Bear types, puzzles, and videos.
Black Cats – Find why black cats are considered good luck to some and bad luck to others and do a balancing activity.
Deer – Resources include: Sites and videos about deer, and how to draw them. Deer activity pages too.
Dolphins – Research Resource – Dolphin resources for all ages. Links to lesson plans, anatomy information, videos, and more.
Domesticated Cats Resource Page – Domestic cat resource page. Links to historical info, information about wild cats – big and small, articles, folktales, crafts, educational resources, treat recipes, and DIY toy instructions.
Mantees – Information includes: Fact sheets, activities, videos, and manatee cams.
Reindeer/Caribou – Information about reindeer/caribou, a related activity, and resources to get you started.
Reindeer Games and Activities – Reindeer related activities including learning about reindeer – caribou, and making a diorama, a reindeer resume activity, links to word searches, crossword puzzles, mazes, crafts, and a variety of videos.
Snowshoe Hare (Rabbit) – Information and links for the snowshoe hare. Includes drawing activities too.
Wolves – Wolf resources include information about: Types, anatomy, environment, myths, and more.
Basilisk Lizard – Resources include: Printables, videos, information, and craft projects.
Lizard Resource Page – Research companion to a Lizard research guide with a lot of links to lizard related information.
Sea Turtles – Resources include: Links, videos, crafts, and coloring pages.
Animal Related Games, Activities & Misc. Posts
Animal Antics – This is a creative game that uses simple items and encourages players to use their imagination.
Animal Tracker – Instructions for an animal tracking activity.
Animals – May Vol. 1 – Resources for: Gars, Dolphins, Crocodiles, Rhinoceros Beatles, Blue Heron, and Axolotl Salamander
Homemade Treats & Toys for Pets – Treat and toy ideas for dogs, cats, hamsters, gerbils and rabbits.
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