Here, you will find free printable pictures of animals that migrate in winter! There are 16 beautiful cards!
We had so much fun with our famous activity on animals in Winter that gives us an overview of hibernation, adaptation and migration (with free printable) what we wanted to expand on it some more and go more in-depth with our unit.
You can print them out and sort them, make a chart, research each animal that hibernates and why or simply print two copies in color (on cardstock) and then laminate them to play a memory (matching) game.
Laminating the cards makes the cards more durable.
You can also use dry erase markers or crayons to make notes on the back, write facts or practice tracing the animal’s name.
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Animals Migrate in Winter
We are sharing with you some information about animals that migrate in Winter in a list pretty complete list to give your kids a pretty good idea on which animals migrate and it also gives you a long enough list to do some great research about each animal, its living and eating habits, etc.
To help you with your research organization, you should try notebooking pages!
They are so beautiful and so fun to use!
Names of Animals that Migrate
So, when you read the beginning of the list, you will have a pretty good idea of which animals migrate during winter.
But did you know that some reptiles, some amphibians and even some insects migrate, too?
I’ll be your kids will be fascinated to find this out, too!
Take a look at the list of some mammals that migrate during Winter.
We’ll list the rest in separate lists.
Which Animals Migrate in Winter?
Insects like dragonflies
Books about Animals that Migrate in Winter
Read up on some books to get more information about this interesting Winter habit that is adopted by many animals out there.
There are some fiction and some nonfiction ones.
All are great. We just love books!
Going Home: The Mystery of Animal MigrationNational Geographic Readers: Great Migrations WhalesMigration (First Step Nonfiction (Paperback))When Butterflies Cross the Sky: The Monarch ButterflyGreat Migrations: Whales, Wildebeests, Butterflies, Elephants, and OtherAtlas of Animal Adventures: A collection of nature’sNational Geographic Readers: Great Migrations Amazing Animal JourneysOn the Move: Mass MigrationsMigration Nation (National Wildlife Federation): Animals on the
Homeschool Printable Pictures of Animals that Migrate
So, the free printable comes with a list of animals that migrate.
I included them in this blog post, but they are also in the printable so you can have an answer key to know how to categorize animals.
Each card has the name of animals that migrate.
They will be great for recognizing the animals and their names.
They can also be used to practice writing animal names.
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