Fun Ideas For A Forest Animal Unit Study

Forest animals are some of my favorite animals. Maybe it’s the habitat they live in with the trees and moss. Or maybe it’s their deceitfully cute faces. Whatever it is, they are super fun to learn about! Some of them may be new to children, especially preschoolers because they aren’t always the most talked about. It is unfortunate, though, because they are actually quite interesting animals.

Here are some fabulous ideas to help create your Forest Animal Theme lesson plans. I’ve included Forest Animal themed activities including math, literacy, arts & crafts, sensory, science and just for fun!

Over 50 exciting activities for a forest animal unit study! Science, math, literacy, art, sensory activities and more!
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forest animal squirrel and owl counting grids for numbers 10, 20 and 100
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Other Ideas For A Forest Animal Unit Study

Forest Animal Theme: Math

Forest Animal Theme: Literacy

Forest Animal Theme: Arts & Crafts

Forest Animal Theme: Sensory

Forest Animal Theme: Science

Forest Animal Theme: Just For Fun

Planning for an Animal Theme? We’ve done all the work for you!

We now have interactive thematic lesson plans for toddlers (18-35 months) AND preschoolers (3-5 years)! Get ready for fun and learning with unit lesson plans for your ANIMAL THEME. Explore a variety of themed hands-on activities! Easy to follow lesson plans include activity modifications and adaptations to meet the needs of all learners. For more information, click on the graphics below:

Animal Preschool Lesson Plans
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How fun do all of these look? Besides being some of my favorite animals, Forest Animals make a great theme. These activities are excellent ideas for a unit study or for independent activities with your kids.

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