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# Science Endangered Species Worksheets

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• Set of twenty colorful bingo cards for endangered animals, from PACIFIC SHEATH-TAILED BAT to RED WOLF.
• Four endangered animals to a page (from BAT to WOLF). These colorful cartoon flashcards match the primary set of our endangered animal bingo cards.
• Four endangered animals to a page (from PACIFIC SHEATH-TAILED BAT to RED WOLF). These colorful flashcards match the advanced set of our endangered animal bingo cards.
• “Rangers in a wildlife park counted fifty-two elephants last year. This year, the population has grown by seventeen. How many elephants are there now?” Five addition word problems with an endangered animal theme.
• “Ramona is helping her aunt and uncle tag sea turtles. Yesterday they tagged nine. Today they tagged four. How many sea turtles have they tagged altogether?” Five addition word problems with an endangered animal theme.
• “A poacher sells a small amount of black rhino horn to a dealer for seven hundred eighty-six dollars. He sells some more to another dealer for two hundred one dollars. How much money did he earn in all?” Five addition word problems with an endangered animal theme.
• “Researchers study statistics on giant panda babies born in captivity. Twelve pandas weighed a total of six hundred seventy-two pounds at the age of one year. How much did each panda weigh, on average?” Five division word problems with an endangered animal theme.
• This Endangered Animal Multiplication (elem) Word Problems is perfect to practice problem solving skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Endangered Animal Multiplication (elem) Word Problems. â€śA herd of grazing Bactrian camels walks three miles per hour. How far do the camels walk in five hours?â€ť Five multiplication word problems with an endangered animal theme.
• This Endangered Animal Multiplication (upper elem) Word Problems is perfect to practice problem solving skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Endangered Animal Multiplication (upper elem) Word Problems. â€śA group of migrating blue whales travels twenty-six miles per day. How far do they travel in eight days?â€ť Five multiplication word problems with an endangered animal theme.
• “If a tiger can hunt two deer per day, how many can it hunt in four days? How many in five? How many in six?” Five skip counting word problems with an endangered animal theme.
• “A blue whale is diving at a speed of ten feet per second. How many feet does it dive in five seconds? How many in six? How many in seven?” Five skip counting word problems with an endangered animal theme.
• “Forty-one sea turtles hatched on a beach survive to adulthood. Hunters captured twenty-one of them. How many remain?” Five subtraction word problems with an endangered animal theme.
• “A pod of fourteen right whales are feeding under the arctic ice. Four leave to hunt elsewhere. How many are left?” Five subtraction word problems with an endangered animal theme.
• “Biologists find the black rhinoceros population is falling in their area. Two years ago they counted three hundred eighty-nine. This year the population had fallen by two hundred forty-two. How many are left?” Five subtraction word problems with an endangered animal theme.
• Amy is going turtle watching. Look at the clocks to learn about her day.
• Follow the directions to make a simple tiger mask.
• Color and cut out the animal pictures. Follow directions to glue them on the map.
• Cut out the pictures and sort them into the correct classes on the next page. Glue them in place.
• Color the chart to show the statistics for estimated worldwide population for these endangered animals.
• Color and cut out the animal pictures. Follow directions to glue them on the map.
• Directions for making a mobile of a globe and endangered animals.
• Use reference materials to find the habitat for each animal. Cut out the animals and glue them on the correct continent maps.
• Decide whether each endangered animal is a fish, bird, reptile, or mammal. Move ahead on the board to the appropriate space.
• Follow the directions to make an endangered species diorama.
• Use reference materials to match the scientific name to the common name of each animal.
• Descriptive writing is featured in this endangered-animal theme learning center.
• Put the words from the word bank in alphabetical order in this endangered animal-theme learning center.
• Draw half of the tiger's face, making it symmetrical, in this art-focused endangered animal-theme learning center. One of several "endangered animal" learning centers on our member site.
• Draw a line to match each picture to the right word in this endangered-animal theme learning center.
• This Endangered Animal Greater, Less, or Equal (primary) Learning Center is perfect to practice number sentence skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Endangered Animal Greater, Less, or Equal (primary) Learning Center. Write the symbol (<, >, =) in the circle that makes the number sentence correct in this endangered animal-themed learning center.
• The map shows the route Tom and Sue walked through the zoo. Use the map to find the order of events in which they saw the animals.
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