The Endangered Animals Activity Book is created to be used with the Endangered Animals Resource Book.
This series is set against the backdrop of five high interest themes. These innovative packages act as springboards for developing and enhancing thinking and creativity skills for junior to middle primary levels. The photocopy masters activity books contains sets of stand-alone activities which are ideal for either a learning centre, homework challenge or general library or classroom lessons. Half of the activities are cyber challenges and students will be directed to a website (easily accessed through the Ready-Ed website) in order to complete the activity. All activities are outcome linked to the English, Humanities and Science curriculum documents.
In this book, students will understand the reasons why some animals have become endangered and outline conservation efforts to protect the animals from extinction. There are several fact pages on the “famous” endangered species such as the giant panda, the rhinoceros and the whale, however, there is also a strong emphasis on some of the lesser known endangered species, such as the leafy sea dragon, the manatee, the harlequin frog and the northern hairy-nosed wombat.
Author: Jane Bourke