Lions and Lizards
We will be learning about lions and lizards this week. African lions are the most social of all big cats. The lion was once found throughout Africa, Asia, and Europe but now exists only in Africa with one exception. A few hundred Asiatic lions are in a National Park in Asia. A lion’s roar can be heard from as far as 5 miles away. There are currently over 4,675 lizard species. A lizard smells with its tongue. Lizards have dry scaly skin that they shed. The Tulsa zoo has a female and male lion outside and several species of lizards in their buildings. Our letter is "L" and our song is “Ten Little Lizards”.
Please ask you child the following questions. Where do lions live? What do lions eat? What is a group of lions called? What is a baby lion called? Who is the biggest lizard? How small is the smallest lizard? What do lizards eat?Would you rather be a lion or a lizard for a day?
Ask your child to tell you the definition of our vocabulary words. Our vocabulary words are pride, reptile, pod, species, marine mammals, marsupial, Australia, diurnal, ocean, entomologist, North America, herd, nocturnal, amphibian, metamorphosis, Africa, Asia, mammoth, matriarchal, ape, equator, extinct, herbivore, paleontologist, carnivore, retractable, omnivore, hibernate, cub, animals, mammals, plant eaters, meat eaters. Please have your child show and tell you our Sign Language and Spanish vocabulary. Sign Language and Spanish vocabulary words are six (seis), five (cinco), four (cuatro), three, (tres), two (dos), one (uno), yes (si), no (no), goodbye (adios), purple (morado), pink (rosa), blue (azul), black (negro), yellow (amarillo), green (verde), red (rojo), orange (anaranjado), brown (cafe), white (blanco), please (por favor), hello (hola), friends (amigos), thank you (gracias).
Thanks, Jen Jones