Nearly all kids love learning about animals, but it can be tricky to get them interested in the scientific details of the animal kingdom. Scientific classification, which involves learning about kingdoms, phyla, genera, and species, can be a tad dry, especially if you’re trying to learn about it from a textbook.
To make learning about scientific classification and the animal kingdom more fun, try this free set of Alphabet Animal Notebooking Pages!
Using Notebooking in Your Homeschool
You might be wondering, “What is notebooking?” Put simply, it’s the practice of using guided printables to compile learning notebooks about specific subjects.
When homeschoolers perform notebooking activities, they often combine several subjects at once. For example, a notebooking pack about a famous historical figure gives a student the opportunity to reinforce history concepts, grammar, spelling, and penmanship – all at once!
With these alphabet animal notebooking pages, kids will get to collect science facts about 26 different animals, including a mythological one, while working on their handwriting, spelling, and research skills.
What’s in the Alphabet Animal Notebooking Pages Pack?
This free notebooking printable pack includes over 50 pages of notebooking fun! Kids will get to compile science facts for 26 different animals, including:
- And 22 others!
Along the way, they’ll learn about science facts such as genus, family, animal lifespans, and various species. Once all the activities have been completed, students can use the facts to put together oral or written reports about each animal or compile them into an animal binder!
To include younger learners in this activity, be sure to grab the complementary free printable alphabet animal flashcards. That way, toddlers and preschoolers can get in on the learning fun right along with their older siblings!
To download your set of free alphabet animal notebooking pages, click the link below!
For even more animal notebooking fun, try the free set of Animals Gone Wild Notebooking Pages for use with the book “Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear” by Eric Carle!