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Votes:0 On the Farm or at the Zoo? Science Activity In this activity, children will discuss the relationship between people and different kinds of animals. Then they will categorize animals into two groups, farm animals and zoo animals. WHAT YOU NEED Pictures of various wild and domestic animals (optional) Farm Animals and Zoo Animals (print and copy) WHAT TO DO Discuss with children the fact that people have different relationships with different animals. For example, because cows are more tame, they can
be kept on a farm, while tigers and other wild animals cannot. Ask children to think about the kinds of animals that can live on a farm and the kinds that may live in a zoo. You may want to discuss why some animals live on a farm (horses help farmers do work, cows give milk, hens lay eggs, etc.) Read More Go to Site
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