4 Free Cat Theme Printables

This week LittleMan surprised us by asking to study cats. I did a bit of looking around online but most everything I could find in the way of printables either felt “too young” for him, like this preschool pack [click here] or “too old” for him, like this lapbook [click here]. They are lovely resources for children, which is why I’ve linked them for my readers, but not quite what we needed. So I experimented with making our own printables. And now, in case someone else might find them useful, I’m sharing them for free with all of you. Keep in mind these are my first attempt at making printables so there is room for improvement, but they seem to be working well enough for LittleMan.

If you’re interested in downloading any of these, be sure to click on the text above the picture, not the actual picture.

Big Cat Match Up
6 cards with pictures of wild felines, 6 much smaller copies of the same pictures. Cut them out and let your child use a magnifying glass to match the smaller pictures to cards.
(I got the idea for this fromĀ What DID we do all day?)4 Free Printables from Suzy Homeschooler, big cat match up plus 3 others

Cat Anatomy Nomenclature CardsĀ 
For more information on how to use nomenclature cards, see this helpful post on Montessori Print Shop [click here]
.4 Free Printables from Suzy Homeschooler, cat anatomy nomenclature cards plus 3 others

 

Domestic vs Wild Cat Sort
4 Free Printables from Suzy Homeschooler, domestic vs wild cat sorting plus 3 others

Feline vs Canine Sort
4 Free Printables from Suzy Homeschooler, feline vs canine sorting plus 3 others

If you happen to use one of these, please come back and tell us about your experience.

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3 Comments to 4 Free Cat Theme Printables

  1. Angelue' says:

    Found your link at Homeschool Creations…Such great activities. I will add these to my list of ideas for when we revisit Letter C. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Melissa says:

    Thanks for these printables. We’re starting our first year of homeschooling next fall, so I’ve been gathering my resources and deciding on my themes for each week. I’ll be using a few of these for my “L is for lion” week. We have a domestic cat that looks a bit like a lion so I was happy to find your “domestic vs wild” sort as one of our lessons will be talking about the differences between the different kind of cats. Thanks again. I’ve pinned your website so I can link back to you when I post about our homeschooling on my blog.

  3. Judith says:

    Wish we could also print a cat (or whatever) that has no coloring on it. My kids love to make a book.

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