Animal Trivia: Questions for Kids

$5.00

Animal Trivia for kids is a printable educational game that introduces players to the amazing animal diversity on our planet. Challenge each other to a battle of wits and learn together!

You can also buy this product as a part of Animal Diversity Bundle (60% off!).

This listing is for a downloadable PDF file. Print and cut as many copies as you want.

 

Description

Who is the smallest mammals on Earth? And the biggest? How many teeth does a great white shark have? Where do turtles go to nest? How do parrotfish contribute to the formation of sandy beaches? 

You will find out if you play the printable animal trivia game! It is full of fun facts about the diverse and amazing animals that inhabit our planet.

A huge diversity of species, about 2 million that are currently known to science, lives next to us. They come in different shapes, sizes, colours and survive in a vast variety of environments. This game gives a glimpse into their world, highlighting an array of amazing behaviours and adaptations, some familiar and some surprising, and providing a starting point for further exploration.

Gather together with your family, friends or students and challenge each other to the battle of wits!

Age: 6+

Players: 2+

Time: 30 min

Animal Trivia Game Includes:

  • 24 double-sided cards with watercolour paintings and six questions each (144 questions total) on a variety of animals from all over the world: magpies, hummingbirds, penguins, armadillos, orangutans, elephants, kangaroos, bears, bats, squirrels, whales, iguanas, snakes, frogs, sea turtles, snails, jellyfish, hermit crabs, parrotfish, spiders, butterflies, ladybugs, and termites.
  • a print-and-fold template for a special die
  • printable templates for a game cover and rule booklet

 

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