In this word puzzle, students draw a line through the letters that spell the names of Australian animals. Words include: wombat, bandicoot, koala, possum, kangaroo, sugar glider, and wallaby. The unused letters in the puzzle spell out a fun fact.
3rd through 6th Grades
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