the wings-become-windows butterfly.

We are using Exploring Creation books by Jeannie K. Fulbright for our Science curriculum.

Animal Classification Table & Cards

Here is an overview Animal Classification Chart with small labelled and illustrated cards

Download here ~  Classification Table+cards

Classification Chart
Classification cards

Suggested activities with these cards:

  • match animals to their descriptions
  • group animals
  • find other similar animals and add pictures to the group
  • play snap
  • make a mobile

Land Animals

This download includes ~

1. Pictures of all land animals

Download Land Animal Pictures ~ Land Animal Pictures  (includes the alphabetic list)

2. Alphabetic list of land animals (use for name search or a game of animal Bingo?)

3. Classification Table of all the land animals with latin names

Download Classification table ~ Table Classification of land animals

Some Tips & Ideas ~

  1. Cut and paste each animal on a world map where it naturally is found
  2. Arrange animals in country groups
  3. Cut out and group/ classify all the animals
  4. Paste/ arrange on the classification table
  5. Place animals on a classification tree
  6. Make an animal mobile and hang the animals in groups
  7. Find out the animal’s status – extinct, threatened, commonly found etc.
  8. Play animal bingo with these cards and the animal word list

My youngest daughter that she asked me to only do experiments instead of all the Sonlight worksheet.  I purchased a “365 Simple Science Experiments” book and gave her free access to the Science equipment box.  I included a stack of blank Science Observational notebook pages next to it and let her explore and experiment to hearts content.  Some days she did 5 experiments!

Read my blog post describing Child-led Science Experiments and you can download the free Science Notebook bundle here ~

These downloads are free for your personal use.  I humbly ask that you link back to my blog and that you please respect the copywrite on these pages.


16 thoughts on “Science

  1. I am so thrilled – and grateful – to have found you on the web and these wonderful resources that you have created for animal classification. I especially love that they go along with the Apologia Land Animals. What a time savor you have provided – and a wonderful tool for countless children to learn. Thank you.


  2. Thank you so much for sharing! This is exactly what I’ve been looking for. We are part of a science home school co-op and your work is so helpful.


  3. I’m very impressed with your website and all the wonderful freebies. Thank you for all the hard work you do that benefit us, your fellow homeschoolers 🙂


  4. Thank you so much for sharing this helpful resource. I am a new teacher and finding excellent material to help educate our children can be both difficult and expensive. Thank you again for helping new teachers bring age-appropriate materials into the classroom and help visual learners.


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  6. We’re studying this right now as well. Thank you for the resource! You are truly a shining light for sharing your hard work with the rest of us. God bless you! (I came over through wholesome childhood’s free homeschool resource notice.)


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