Animal Tracks Guide

Little hikers, nature lovers and animal enthusiasts can use this slideshow full of cool worksheets to learn how to identify different animal footprints and animal tracks in the wild! These fun worksheets feature a diverse menagerie of animals, including porcupines, llamas and kiwis as well as favorites like wolves and moose.

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Animal Tracks

This fun worksheet is all about animal tracks of North American mammals. On his next hike your child can put his observation skills to work!
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Animal Tracks Guide

Next time you head outside for a hike or a camping trip, little adventurers can bring along this checklist of animal tracks to log what they find!
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Farm Animal Tracks

All animals are different, and they all unique footprint. Learn about the different types of farm animal tracks, and draw a few too!
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Wild Animal Tracks

Does your first grader love animals? This fun drawing activity will help her learn about different wild animal tracks.
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Australian Animal Tracks

Your child might not often get to see a kangaroo, kiwi or platypus, but she'll learn about a few Australian animals and the tracks they leave behind!
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North American Animal Tracks

Animal tracks tell the story of unseen visitors. With this fun match up game your child will get familiar with the tracks of North American mammals.
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Identify Animal Tracks

When you study nature it's often hard to get close to wild animals. But sometimes they leave footprints that we can see!
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Animal Tracks: Farm Animals

Does your second grader love farm animals? This easy writing exercise will help your child be more observant about tracks left by some familiar animals.
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Identifying Animal Tracks

Animal tracks tell the story of visitors you might never see. Learn how to identify some common animal tracks with this fun and simple writing exercise.
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Animal Tracks: South America

Your first grader may never see an armadillo or an anteater, but she can study their tracks with this fun match-up activity!
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Animal Tracks: Water Animals

If you live by the water, you may recognize some of these footprints! Enjoy learning about animal tracks with this fun match-up.
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