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Forest Layers and Animals - Build a Giant Coloring Poster Activity

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Build a Forest Giant Coloring Poster

Giant posters are great visual aids to enhance educational topics. In addition to species identification, they can represent 2-D Models for science processes and progressions. Print out the 8.5 x 11" sections and piece them together. Then color to complete a giant, eye catching posters for the classroom or other educational displays. The finished poster size is 17" x 22".
 
This bundle includes:
1) Print 4-piece black and white poster on heavy paper, trim edges on dotted lines, tape together (keeping tape on back side only). Then color.

2) Also print out the small forest coloring page.

Forest Layers and Animals - Giant Poster Building (and Coloring) Activities

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Exploringnature.org has more than 2,000 illustrated animals. Read about them, color them, label them, learn to draw them.