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Learn all about the mighty lion with our Lion Lapbook.
Lions Lapbook Information
Here are some sample lessons from the Lions Lapbook:
Life in the Pride:
A “pride of lions” is the name given to a group of lions which could be anywhere between 3 and 40 lions, of which no more than 2 will be male. The females are all related and are the permanent members of the group. Males only stay from 2 to 4 years before another male ousts them. The new male will kill the cubs already in the pride.
Lions are at the top of the African food chain; they are the largest carnivores in Africa and hunt at dawn and at dusk. When a lion is chasing prey, it can run the length of a football field in six seconds! A lion’s eyes have a horizontal streak of nerve cells, which improves their vision following prey across a plain. Lions normally feast on antelopes, zebras, wildebeest, impala, giraffe, buffalo and wild hogs. Occasionally, a lion will eat rhinos, hippos, hares, birds and reptiles. If food is scarce, a lion will even attack an elephant.
A Lion’s Life:
Lion’s only spend a small time hunting. A lion’s life is mostly filled with sleeping, napping, and resting! In fact, a lion might be found lying around for 21 hours each day. Since lion’s are good climbers, they are often found resting in trees.
You can grab a copy of the entire Lions Lapbook in an easy-to-print file at the end of this post.
Lions Lapbook Printables
The following printables are included in this Lions Lapbook:
- Lion Anatomy: Looking Like a Lion Tri-fold
- My Little Book of Lion Facts
- Lion Classification Accordion
- Who’s Who in the Lion Family? Window Book
- Bible Verse Simple Fold
- Male vs. Female (Height and Weight)
- Finding Lions Flap Book
- Lion Family Names Flap Book
- Dinner at Dusk and Dawn
- Lion Lifespan Shutterfold
- A Pride of Lions Simple Fold
- Lions Lying Around Simple Fold
- New Words
- Lion Copywork
How to Get Started with Your Lions Lapbook
Follow these simple instructions to get started with the Lions Lapbook.
- If you want, go to your local library and check out books about lions.
- Print the Lions Lapbook.
- Choose and prepare the mini-books you want to use with your student.
- Enjoy a week of reading and roaring!
Download Your Lions Lapbook
Simply click on the image below to access your free Lions Lapbook.
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