This month we are learning about white-tailed deer...and having our school right in the park, our children are lucky enough to see the real thing right outside our windows!
our white tailed deer hand prints
(brown paint, googly eyes, black and brown markers, and mini white pom poms for tail)
I printed 2 pictures of a deer in winter- laminated one whole and cut up the other and laminated. This is a simple way to make custom puzzles!
Parts of a white tailed deer booklet. The children can then make their own book to take home. In the book each page highlights a different part of the deer (antlers, eyes, ears, throat, hooved feet, belly, white tail, and coat)
white-tailed deer tracing
object to picture matching (objects from Michaels)
Teaching the children the different names of the deer: doe, buck, fawn