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The Pets Pack

Learn about popular pets with this enormous pets resource pack! It includes a topic overview (in PDF / PowerPoint / video formats), a large collection of activity resources, craft templates, display materials and more!

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  • One 18-Page Pets Guide – Learn about different types of pets with this PDF / Powerpoint topic guide. It includes information about different animals, the things that pets need and how to look after them.
  • One Video Guide – Watch this overview as an introduction to your Pets topic. What can your children remember from the video?
  • Two Pets Video Review Sheets – A handy template that children can use to record notes while watching the Pets video guide.
  • Three KWL Sheets – What do your children already know about this topic? What would they like to learn? What have they learned by the end of your lessons?
  • Two ‘About My Pet’ Templates – A set of templates that your children can use to record information about their pets.
  • Twenty Pet Fact Files – Differentiated texts to help your children learn about animals that are often kept as pets.
  • Twenty Fact File Templates – A set of writing activities that children can use to record information about different animals.
  • One ‘What Do Pets Need?’ Activity – Cut out the objects and match them to the correct animals.
  • Five Pet Postcards – Colour the pet images and write a postcard from the point of view of the animals shown!
  • Three ‘Cut and Glue Pets’ Pages – Cut out the different body parts and stick them together to make a pet!
  • Four Complete the Picture Tasks – A set of animal images for your children to complete and colour.
  • Two ‘Pets I Spy’ Pages – How many of each animal can your children find on the pages?
  • Five Pet Tracing Pages – A simple set of tracing activities based on a pets theme.
  • Four Pet Box Templates – Cut out these templates and then fold them together to make a cute animal-themed box.
  • Twelve Picture Word Banks – Look at the photos and think of nouns, adjectives, verbs and adverbs to describe them. These can then be combined to make sentences and paragraphs about the pictures.
  • Eight Pets Puzzling Pictures – Look at the pet photos and then answer the questions!
  • Ten Writing Prompts – A variety of starting points for writing about this topic.
  • One Pets Story Generator – Roll a die and use the responses as the starting point for an exciting story about a pet.
  • One 26-Page Pets Image Pack – A collection of posters showing photos of, and information about, different animals.
  • One Word Search – Can your children find the names of different pets in this word search?
  • Four Pet Puzzles – A set of puzzles and challenges based on this topic.
  • One Anagram Activity – Rearrange the letters on this activity sheet to make the names of different pets.
  • Eighteen Pets Colouring Pages – A set of colouring pages with pictures of animals that are often kept as pets.
  • Seven Pages of Vocabulary Labels – Vocabulary labels to use on your classroom display boards, or for sorting / discussion activities.
  • One Set of Bunting – Hang this bunting in your learning environment when your children are learning about pets.
  • One Pets Banner – An eye-catching banner to show on your display boards!

The Pets Pack

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 3 reviews
 by Jackie King
Fabulous Pets

A great resource for introducing the vocabulary of pets to EAL pupils.

 by TC
Good homework activities

Pet Fact File and KWL great for homework task that can lead into class topic.
Children that did not have a pet - I paired up with another child or let them choose a pet that they would like to have to research or find out about.
Some children asked a friend or relative about their pet, too.

 by Rowan
How cute!

This is just delightful. And though you'd think it's for young children - and I dare say it is - there's also plenty for older kids in here. Beautifully made. If I ever teach a topic on pets, this would be brilliant. and I may just use it with my class anyway, when we have a spare few minutes!

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