Sloth Facts Color and Copywork

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The sloth is one of those animals I feel I have a direct connection with!

Sloths do what needs to be done daily, but don’t expect a lot more out of them then that.

I think that represents me most days. I have a feeling it represents a lot of us moms. When we are done for the day, we are done!

I was excited to learn about this adorable animal. I had no idea about some of the facts I would uncover.

We all know that sloths are slow moving animals, but did you know that their fur has a hidden secret? It is almost too gross for me to tell you. I have a feeling that boys working on this pack will find that fact the most interesting!

Find out what it is they are hiding in their fur and more fun facts now!

Who is this pack for:

This pack is perfect for children in grades K – 4.  It can be adapted for use with older or younger children based on their needs.

This pack includes:

  • 10 Full color pages with facts about the sloth
  • 10 Black and white pages with facts about the sloth
  • 1 Color page lined
  • 1 Black and white page lined
  • 1 fully lined page

The idea of using this kind of pack is that your children are practicing many different skills while learning about an adorable animal. Choose to print off the color or the black and white version. Then present the pack to your child. They copy the fact on the page including capitalization and punctuation. This is practicing handwriting, spelling, grammar, and hand eye coordination.

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Stephanie is a thirty-something, homeschooling mom of two, that married her best friend in 2003. She is the owner and founder of The Multi Taskin’ Mom, Homeschooling on Accident, and Homeschool Printables for Free. Her passion for helping homeschooling moms turned her writing hobby into a full-time job. Since 2013, she has devoted her free time to creating homeschool helps, printables, and a character curriculum: My Character Matters.

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