Monday, March 26, 2018

God Makes the Rainforest Animals: Jaguars

This is part of our preschool learning we did at home. It includes ideas that can be used at home to learn about God's creation. *This is intended for home use or preschool (or kindergarten) classes. They are not intended for Bible class.* 
We began our study about Jaguars with these information posters I created. They are two to a page to save printing. They have a real photo and information text easy for preschoolers to understand and hold their interest. Click here to download the posters.
This set of Rainforest posters are two per page to save ink. They are real photos of the Rainforest animals. I tried to get full body in their natural animal habitat. These are in color only. Click here to download.
Before I used the Photo Posters, I grabbed a tiger, lion, and a jaguar from the kids toys. We talked about the differences of each cat. I purchased the really cute and soft stuffed jaguar here.
They really like these animal craftivities. I cut them out and have them laid out at the table for them to glue together. I used brown tempera paint in little containers and they used a Q-Tip to add the rosettes on their jaguars. They enjoyed using a different style of paint to create these. BTW, They always want wiggle eyes instead of drawing them ☺.
Click here to download the free Jaguar Craftivity.
We looked at these books from the library. This means this is what our library had available. If there is not a link, then it was not on Amazon at the time of posting. I suggest looking at your library to see what is available for free and if you love any of the books, then purchase them. Most of these are not really for preschoolers.
Click here to see the list and links of the other animal habitats in this series. 
Click here to see the other animals in the Rainforest series.

Most information for Jaguars was found here.

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