Match animal prints with written name activity - printable on page
g'day - good day mate - friend ta - goodbye Oz - Australia onkey-dorey - good fair dinkim - genuine, the honest truth dinky do - the real thing boomer - a big kangaroo up a gum tree - in trouble humpty do - all mixed up take a squiz - look over get all wet - get angry jumpbuck - sheep (there are 10 jumpbucks for every Australian)
Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening Animal Tracks
I can kids going a bit nuts for these...and maybe a way to get them interested in looking for animal tracks on hikes?
"Hello, sister," she said as I approached. "You promised you would stop," I said. My voice sounded bruised and hurt. "It burned so easily," she said, ignoring my comment. Her voice was devoid of emotion, unfeeling. "You promised you would stop," I said, firmly this time. "Fire is beautiful, isn't it?" "You promised you would stop." "You don't know what it's like!" She snapped as she suddenly jerked to face me. Her eyes flashed like the flames she loved to create. "You don't know what it's…
Use this sheet when talking about how animals make tracks. Draw a line between the animal and its tracks.