Vocabulary Games For Kids At Kids Learn @ Kiboomu Daily


I wanted to share this printable animal word search game with you.

I passed it to my eldest, earlier in the year, and I really liked the results

While he was busy finding and circling the words, he came across a few animals he had never heard of.

He asked me about them.

I told him to go look them up on the internet.

A. Because there were a couple of animals I knew nothing about

and

B. I'm trying to turn him into an independant learner. I'm hoping this will pay off by the time he gets to Calculus!

So, off he went to the computer.

Later that evening, at supper, he entertained my husband and I with a lot of fun animal facts.

He seemed quite pleased with himself. With everything he had learned.

So, that is why for me, this activity is a winner!

Not only did he learn new vocabulary words, but he also learned about animals he had never heard of before.

Come check it out, at kids learn @ kiboomu daily.

I hope you enjoy the same results with your child!

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