Lost Kingdom Printable
Become an official Lost Kingdom explorer! Have your parents help you print. Then color and find out about your favorite Lost Kingdom animals.
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Learn how the Himalayas were formed.
What keeps animals like polar bears warm? Blubber.
Create your own Asian giant hornet paper craft.
Smelling popcorn but you didn’t make any … is there a binturong near by? Learn all about this amazing species with an activity sheet and adoption certificate here.
Make slime! Do your own experiment just like the one featured in the introduction video this week!
Learn the differences of blood between insects, vertebrates and crustaceans.
Whose scat is that? All about animal poop.
Use deductive reasoning and trial and error processes to identify different species of microorganisms.
Pollen transfer. Do your own experiment just like the one featured in the introduction video this week!
Identify animals, plants and nature-related objects in your local area with Oklahoma Bingo.
Flight of the Monarchs. Learn about the different stages of a monarch lifecycle.
Painty butterfly. Let your creativity fly with this craft.
Understand importance of bison in the Native American culture.
Pollinator Garden Guide.
Create a rainforest diorama. Just like the one featured in the introduction video this week!
Learn how bats hear differently than people.
Learn about the variety of products that comes from the rainforest.
Toucan stained glass paper craft. Toucan do it!
Learn how lemurs and monkeys grip without opposable thumbs.
Learn to make tools like a chimpanzee.
Identify different primate groups.
Snacks are the best. Let’s make one that looks like a monkey!
What are they eating? Learn about different primate diets.
Looking for a way to go green at home? Learn how to create a compost bin inside or outside your home.
Learn watershed basics and be able to identify the differences between point and nonpoint pollution.
Clean ecosystems are full of amazing aquatic animals. Identify different life stages of aquatic animals.
Understand how oil spills affect certain species and what we can do to help.
Learn how different fishing methods can increase or decrease bycatch.
Create a grass head planter using things around your home.
Ready for The Great Tulsa Howl and Holler – A Citywide Stay at Home Event Friday, April 24? We’ve got a craft to help you make some noise. Create an egg-shaker!
Crocodilians and their hearts’ chambers of secrets – they have four chambers like mammals!
Learn how thorny devils stay hydrated in the desert.
Reptiles can’t produce their own body heat. Ready for an ectothermic experiment?
Now you see me, now you don’t! Reptile camouflage activity.
Match up facts to types of reptiles. Reptile memory.
Learn the difference between Asian and African elephants with Elephant Escapades.
Would you make a great meerkat? Find out with the Meerkat survival game!
Feeling crafty? Create an elephant out of paper.
It would be a cat-tastrophe to not know the different types of big cats.
Rainforests, deserts and savannas. Learn all about African habitats.
Discover some of the challenges faced by penguin parents as they try to protect their nest.
Learn to dance the flamingo like a flamingo during this dance activity for learners 6 years of age or older.
Eye of the … eagle? Explore how you compare to our fine feathered friends with a bird competition.
Look, in the sky! It’s a bird! But what kind?! Learn how to be a backyard birds identification hero.
Feed the birds for only tuppence a day with this easy bird feeder craft.
Want another bird craft? You got it! Join us on Thursday to make this TeePee Tube Bird activity.
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Learn why fennec foxes have such large ears with Don’t be so Fennec-y.
What is the difference between Arctic and fennec foxes? Let’s compare and contrast Arctic Fox & Fennec Fox Traits.
Lear a new way finding skill while search for food like a fox during Fox and Food.
Discover how foxes survive in different habitats with What Fox Goes Where?
Some of our fox friends change with the seasons. Are you ready to make a fox for each season with our Winter/Summer Arctic Fox craft?
Find out how far animals can jump with our Leapin’ Animals activity.
Discover the singing stars in your own backyard with Frog & Toad American Idol.
Encourage your children to be physically active while learning about amphibian adaptations with Amphibian Analogies.
Let’s get a little bit crafty with our Jumping Frog learning activity.
Thanks for joining us on Facebook LIVE during World Frog Day, Friday, March 20, 2020. If you missed meeting our frog friend hop here to watch.