Exploring South America

We are going to explore the different types of animals and food in South America!
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These are exciting activities that will introduce your child to facts about South America. In one of the activities your child is able to use three part cards to learn the names of different animals that live in South America. This activity helps your child build their vocabulary and will spark their interest in learning about the animals. Another activity your child can do is create a book of animals, flags, and foods found in South America. Using colored pencils your child can color different animals, flags, and foods and then choose what different facts about South America that they want to include in their book. Your child will have this book so that they can share what they have learned with their friends and family!

Age Group:

Materials

• Animal Image Cards
• Animals
• South America Booklet
• Colored Pencils
• Glue
• Push pin

Disclaimer

As parents, it's important to make sure that activities are age appropriate and that allergies or medical conditions are communicated as you see fit.

Sometimes, a materials or other additional fee is charged. We do this to bring you the best possible activities. It's the Kid Expert's job to confirm any such fee in advance.

Sample Activities and Instructions

Matching Animal Cards: With the guidance of your Kid-Expert, you child will lay out control cards to match pictures and words to. Images of small animals will then be matched to the appropriate cards. This activity will spark your child's interest in the habitat and functions of each animal!
South America Fact Book: Using the Kid-Expert's premade booklet as a guide, your child will choose a picture they'd like to add to their fact book. They will have images of appropriate colors for each animal, flags, or foods to choose from. We will discuss your child's choice while they glue the picture into the booklet. After repeating these steps as many times as the child would like, we will then go back and read the book that they've created!