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  • William's father has different ideas than William about how he should spend his life. His father's work protecting the endangered Mountain Gorilla as a Park Ranger in the Democratic Republic of the Congo seemed ideal to William. However, Dad says, "There are many ways to be a hero."
  • Very simple reading comprehension about gorillas.
  • A one page color illustrated fact sheet featuring endangered fishes, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates of Australia, plus a page of 6 discussion questions for upper elementary/middle school and a page of completion and multiple choice questions for elementary students. Also includes teacher’s notes. Part of an abcteach series of fact sheets on endangered species.
  • Use reference materials to find the habitat for each animal. Cut out the animals and glue them on the correct continent maps.
  • Cut out the pictures and sort them into the correct classes on the next page. Glue them in place.
  • “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.
  • Jim learn about the effect of habitat change on a trip to the zoo with his Dad, where he see an Iberian Lynx and a Bavarian Pine Vole. Includes multiple choice questions, short answer questions and a writing prompt.
  • “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.
  • 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.
  • “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.
  • Amy is going turtle watching. Look at the clocks to learn about her day.
  • “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.
  • 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. “A group of migrating blue whales travels twenty-six miles per day. How far do they travel in eight days?” Five multiplication word problems with an endangered animal theme.
  • This 3 page template requires students to research and chart vital information about endangered animals. They also map the locations of the animals and illustrate the animals in their habitats.

  • Reading comprehension about this endangered species.
  • A one page color illustrated fact sheet featuring five endangered mammals of Africa. Includes teacher's note, a page of 6 discussion questions for upper elementary and middle school students and a page of completion questions for elementary students. Part of an abcteach series of fact sheets on endangered species.
  • A 12 page color illustrated booklet about the gorilla, an endangered mammal, for early readers.
  • A simple reading comprehension about whales.
  • 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. “A herd of grazing Bactrian camels walks three miles per hour. How far do the camels walk in five hours?” Five multiplication word problems with an endangered animal theme.
  • Use this 'Book: Dr. Seuss' The Lorax (primary/elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Book: Dr. Seuss' The Lorax (primary/elem)'. Imagine yourself in the Truffula forest... Wonder what the Once-ler thinks of all his money... Finish verses with your own Seussian nonsense names... Enjoy the Lorax word find. You'll find these activities and more in this accompaniment to Dr. Seuss's cautionary classic, "The Lorax"!
  • 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.