Farm Animals “Who am I? Inferencing Riddles for Kids

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Farm Animals “Who am I?” Inferencing Riddles for Kids

These free farm animal "Who am I?" inferencing riddles for preschool are a great way to work on listening skills, visual discrimination and have lots of fun! With Google Slides, Boom Cards and a printable version with QR codes included, your preschoolers can use these no matter what technology access they have.


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    1. I just released a printable version of this activity. If you will download the resource again there is now a printable version.

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