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Lesson Review Game - Catch an Animal - BABY ZOO Animal Edition

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This Lesson Review Game "Catch an Animal" Baby Zoo Animal Edition will help your Preschoolers, Kindergartners, 1st Graders, and 2nd Graders laugh and learn while answering questions about any lesson material that you are teaching. You can use this lesson review game with ANY BIBLE LESSON!

In Baby Zoo "Catch an Animal" Lesson Review Game, your students will attempt to "catch Baby Zoo Animals" - by correctly answering lesson review questions. Each time a child or team answers a question correctly, they will get a chance to throw a bean bag onto a grid on the floor and "catch" a baby zoo animal in that grid. There are 9 different kinds of animals to catch!

This game can be played by teams or individuals, competitively or non-competitively - you choose what is best for your kids!

Your kids will have a blast playing this lesson review game. Best part? You will love having a lesson review game at your fingertips that you can use immediately with any lesson you are teaching and use for years to come. 

The Baby Zoo "Catch an Animal" Lesson Review Game is perfect for Preschoolers through 2nd Graders.

WHAT YOU'LL RECEIVE:

  1. A complete, printable instruction page so you can easily see how to set the game up and play it, AND pass on to a fellow teacher or sub if needed!
  2. Forty Printable Baby Zoo Animal Cards
  3. The choice to print the Baby Zoo Animal Cards in full color OR black and white outline
  4. Peace of mind knowing that you have a lesson review game that your kids will love to play, ready to go at a moment's notice!

To play Baby Zoo "Catch an Animal", you will need a list of review questions that pertain to your lesson, masking tape, one or two bean bags, and copies of the printable Baby Zoo Animal Cards.

To set up the game, you will create a "grid" by using four pieces of masking tape on the floor, set up like a "tic-tac-toe" grid, to create 9 squares. You will place the Baby Zoo Animal Cards in each square, separated by kinds. (All the penguins in one square, all the zebras in another.)

To play the classroom game, divide your students into two teams. Have one team line up in front of one start line and the other team line up in front of the other start line. Ask the first team a question. If they answer correctly, they can throw a bean bag onto the grid. If it lands in a square with an animal, allow them to keep one of those animal cards. If the bean bag lands in a square and there are no animals left in that square, the team didn't "catch" an animal that round. Ask the second team a question. If they answer correctly, they can throw a bean bag.

With younger kids, allow them to discuss the answer and help them to come up with the right answer if needed so they can toss the bean bag. After the person at the front of the line has tossed the bean bag, have them go to the back of the line. Continue to play until your questions run out.

Allow teams to count their different animal cards to see how many different kinds of animals they "caught". If you wish to make this game competitive, the team
with the most animals wins.

This game is excellent to laminate and use over and over again for years to come!

Would you like this game for older kids? Check out Catch an Animal - SAFARI Animals Edition, perfect for 1st Graders through 4rth Graders.

Are you looking for more lesson review games that can be used with ANY lesson you are teaching? Check out the Island, Ocean, Shore Lesson Review Game, the Leopards Vs. Lizards Lesson Review Games, or the Hands and Feet Hopscotch Lesson Review Game.

Can you print multiple copies of this game? Absolutely! You will receive a digital file and you can print as many copies of this game as needed for your immediate family, classroom, church, or club to use for years to come.

Please Note: This is a digital product. You will not receive a physical product in the mail. Instead, you will receive access to the digital file, allowing you to print the game immediately.