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by Mary Ann Kelley

Cats Resources

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Looking for a curriculum that makes learning fun? You'll find it in Time4Learning's PreK-12 grade online homeschool curriculum.

Cats Lapbook Download  (Y)
From HomeschoolShare

Fun Cat Facts for Kids  (Y)
From Science Kids New Zealand

Feline Education for Youngsters  (Y)
From the Cat Fanciers' Association

Cats for Kids  (Y)
Games and information about cats.

Activity Village: Cat Printables  (Y)
Many cat printables including a cat-shaped tangram from this UK site

Cats & Dogs Venn Diagram  (Y)

DLTK: Cat Printables  (Y)
Lots of craft ideas and printables for younger students

Coloring & Worksheet Printables  (Y)
Cat wordsearches, mazes, puzzles, and more

Cats: Plans for Perfection  (Y,M,O,T)
a National Geographic feature

Cat Printout  (Y)
from Enchanted Learning

Cat rhymes, crafts, and printouts  (Y)
from Enchanted Learning

Cat Anatomy Online  (O,T)
"This tutorial was designed to be used by college students studying cat anatomy. It should not be used to replace hands-on experience in the laboratory. It is intended to enhance the laboratory experience and provide an alternate frame of reference for learning.

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