This is a reptiles themed scavenger hunt game intended for Primary school, and played At the zoo.
I created this for our 2nd graders for our Field Trip at the Fort Worth Zoo. It is totally free to download, enjoy
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Head on over to see the Flamingos. Notice what they need in their habitat. Take a picture!
Monkeying Around Take a funny picture next to the monkeys!
Take a picture of your group with an animal with scales.
Take your group's picture of an animal who calls the ocean its home.
Find the tallest animal at the zoo. Discuss why you think it is so tall. Take a picture of your group by this animal!
Check out the Hippos' habitat. Talk with your group about what the hippo needs to live. Take a picture by the habitat.
Go to the Aviary. What kinds of animals live in there? Take your group's picture inside the aviary!
Take a picture of your group near animals who live in the Arctic. Talk about what you notice in their habitat. How is it like the Arctic?
Go to the Petting Yard area. What do these animals all have in common? Take a picture of your group there!
Find the animal that is one of our American Symbols. Take a picture by its cage.
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