# The Zoo

The printable worksheets and activities below all have a zoo animals theme.

## Zoo Language, Reading, & Phonics

It's time to see the seal! Can you help the zookeeper find the seal? This is a repetitive, easy-to-read miniature book that students can cut, staple, and color.
Zack goes to the zoo and sees a zebra. This phonics mini-book focuses on /z/ words.
Cut out the words and rearrange them into sentences. Then write the sentences on the lined paper provided.
Cut out the letters and use them to build the words zoo and zebra.
Students can use this worksheet to brainstorm animals that might live at the zoo and write their names on the lines provided.
Each student use the template to write a haiku about their favorite animal. Thread the poems together with yarn and hang them in the classroom.
Break zoo animal words into syllables. Then tell how many syllables each word has.
Read each sentence and tell whether it is a fact or an opinion. Sentences written at a third grade level.

## Zoo Activities

Use crayons or colored pencils to color the picture of the elephant, monkey, zebra, and lion.
Use crayons or markers to color in this illustration of a hippopatumus.
Your class will love coloring in this picture of a lion.
Some of the objects in this zoo picture don't belong or aren't what they first seem to be. Students can color in the hidden pictures as they find them.
Your class can make a fun zoo-themed decoration with this activity. Have each student draw their favorite zoo animal and write the name of the animal on the pennant. Then attach all the pennants to a string to hang them around the classroom.
Your students will have fun finding the hidden words in this zoo-themed word search. Some of the zoo words used are: zebra, wolf, panda, lion, fox, and camel.

## Zoo Counting, Numbers, & Math

Cut out the picture strips and place the ordinal numbers in order, from least to greatest. Glue the strips together to make a picture of a giraffe.
Find and circle pairs of numbers that add up to 9.
Connect the dots by each number, from 1 to 20, to make a picture of an elephant.
Animal Articles

For students in grades 3 and up, try these animal articles with reading comprehension questions. We have every animal you can imagine, from aardvarks to zebras.

Vertebrate Groups

Learn about reptiles, mammals, fish, birds, and amphibians with these life science printables.

Picture Book Units

We have picture book units that you can use along with the stories, Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? and Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?.

## Sample Worksheet Images

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