Affiliate Disclaimer

We sometimes use affiliate links in our content. This won’t cost you anything, but it helps us to keep the site running. Thanks for your support.

Does your student want to study lions? Learn all about this mighty beast with our free Lion Lapbook.

Lions Lapbook Information

You can learn about lions with these lessons found in the 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 lion study and lapbook.

  1. If you want, go to your local library and check out books about lions.
  2. Print the Lions Lapbook.
  3. Choose and prepare the mini-books you want to use with your student.
  4. Enjoy a week of reading and roaring!

Download Your Lions Lapbook

To access the Lions Lapbook, subscribe to Homeschool Share’s email list by using the form below.

Other African Animal Lapbook Studies

Grab another animal lapbook and learn even more!

Giraffe Lapbook
Zebra Lapbook

Not all rhinos live in Africa, but some do! Learn which ones do with our Rhinoceros Lapbook.

Rhinoceros Lapbook