Show pictures or clipart of Lions- get your kids curious about them. Ask Questions like what sound do they make? Are they Big or Small? Where do they live? What color are they?
The lion is a large, very strong mammal with short tan fur. Male lions have a mane of longer hair around the neck and head. Lions live in the plains and grasslands of Africa and the Asiatic lion in the Gir Fur Forest of India. Lions live in groups called a pride. Lions are carnivores and are closely related to tigers, leopards, and other big cats that roar. The African lion is endangered.
Facts credit First-School.ws
My Five Senses: A Lion's Tale
Library Lion By Michelle Knudsen
How Do Lions Say I Love You? By Diane Mudlow
Lion and Mouse By Jerry Pinkney
You Are a Lion! Teeun Yoo
We're Going on a Lion Hunt By Margery Cuyler
When your Lion Needs a Bath By Susanna Leonard Hill
Little Lions By Jim Aronsky
The Lion Inside By Rachel Bright
Lion Lessons By Jon Agee
Watch Us Play By Miela Ford
Tigers and Lions
(Sung To: "London Bridge")
Lions and tigers come out to play, out to play, out to play,
Lions and tigers come out to play, Tigers and lions
Lions stand up and tigers sit down, tigers sit down, tigers sit down,
Lions stand up and tigers sit down, Lions and tigers!
Tigers all walk and lions jog, Tigers all walk and lions jog
Tigers all walk and lions jog, Lions and tigers
Lions twist and tigers hop, Lions twist and tigers hop
Lions twist and tigers hop, Lions and tigers
Credit: Everything preschool
I'm A Lion
(Sung to: "Three Blind Mice")
Submitted by Jill
I'm a lion, I'm a lion
Hear me roar, hear me roar
I love to sleep out in the sun
And chase other animals just for fun
In all the jungle I'm Number One, I'm a lion
I’m a Lion
I love to sleep out in the sun (rest cheek on hand)
And chase other animals just for fun (run in place)
In the jungle I’m number one! (point to self, then lift up pointer finger like number 1)
I’m a (ROAR!)…
Credit :Jen in the library
One Little Lion Felt Board Rhyme:
One little lion, roaring at the zoo.
Called for another: ROAR!
Then there were two.
Two little lions, underneath a tree.
Called for another: ROAR! ROAR!
Then there were three.
Three little lions who heard a distant roar.
Called for another: ROAR! ROAR! ROAR!
Then there were four.
Four little lions, happy and alive.Called for another, ROAR! ROAR! ROAR! ROAR!
Then there were five.
Five little lions.
ROAR! ROAR! ROAR! ROAR! ROAR!Ran off to play
and then there were no more.
Credit Rhyme from ABC Literacy Storytimes by Marilyn Lohnes/ & Jen in the Library
Lion ten frame printable FREE
L is for Lion Coloring and Handwriting Activity Printable
Paper Plate Lion Craft
Lion Shape Counting Worksheet
Lion Craft using paper strips and child's picture
Paper Plate Lion Masks
Large Craft Sticks
White Paper Plates
Yellow & Orange Construction Paper
Brown Construction Paper
**Depending on the age of the children, you can pre-cut out the center of the plate and the strips of mane and the ears for them.
Begin by showing the kids how to cut the center of the plate out so their faces will show through. Then they should cut varying lengths of rectangle pieces of the orange and yellow paper for the mane. Cut ears out of the brown paper.
Glue the mane all around the edge of the plate and allow to dry. Glue the ears to the top portion of the lion's head. Glue the craft stick to the BACK of the bottom of the face to use as a handle.
Put the mask over your face and roar as loud as you can!!
L is for Lion Craft (photo credit Pinterest)
Magnet or Dot Marker Lion Pages
Lions Order By Size Printable FREE
Shredded Paper Lion Craft Picture Credit AbctoActs.com
Lion Craft using Cupcake Liners
Lion Craft Using A Plastic Fork and Paint
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