Primary Science Checklist

For my elementary kids, I used this checklist in the front of their science notebook.  We used The Kingfisher Illustrated Animal Encyclopedia & Eyewitness Books Animal Kingdom. I would read to him aloud, or as he got older, let him read.  Then he would go to his science notebook and answer the questions.  I would like to just attach a pdf file here, so you could open and print, but, if you’d like to use this, you will have to copy and then paste into your word document.

Does it have a backbone?

Does it have fur? 

Does it have wings? 

What does its skin feel like? 

How many feet does it have?  What do its feet look like? 

How many legs does it have?  What do the legs look like? 

What does its body look like? 

What does it eat? 

Where does it live? 

How big is it? 

What do its babies look like? 

Is it domesticated (tamed by man) or wild? 

Is it endangered?

Are there any other details you’d like to include?

Draw a picture of your animal.

About carishumaker

We are trying to live The Good Life with our 3 kids out in the woods. We strive to be as self reliant as possible, with a great amount of leisure time to Live The Good Life as best as we can. We work hard so we can play hard and want to teach our kids to love life and love people and love learning. This is our journey.
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