"Why Do Tigers Have Stripes" takes a playful, informative look at why animals (and a few plants) are the way they are and do what they do, zoned into 5 topics - camouflage, food storage, protection, movement, construction - plus a general ...
Author: Katie Daynes
Publisher: Lift the Flap First Questions and Answers
Who lives in the pond? Is it a butterfly, a cat, a kangaroo or a frog? Dive beneath the ripples of water to find out! Who spins a web? Is it a snail, a spider, a monkey or a hamster? Peek under the flower pot and see! Who builds a nest?
Lift up all the flaps and read the hidden words . Close the flaps . Give the first
player a question ( see sample questions ) . Direct the player to tell you which
animal has the correct answer . Lift the flap . If correct , give the team a point .
Author: Carol K. Lee
Publisher: Alleyside Press
Category: Games & Activities
Name and describe the two main ways that animals reproduce. Fold Instructions:
Double Flap Book– Cut on ... Answer one question under each flap. 4. What is
the gestation period? ... Attach the title labels, lift flaps and answer the prompts.
Publisher: In the Hands of a Child
Age range 0 to 3 Lift a flap and see a tiger and her cubs, or who is hiding behind the bush! Discover more about the jungle and savannah with some fun questions and answers and flaps to lift on the last spread.
Author: Daniel L. Roode
Publisher: My First Animated Board Book
Category: Board books
Actor pop - ups have to listen carefully for their cues in the sequence of the story
action . question - and - answer riddle format ... The farm animals are released
from under lift - flaps to cluck , oink , baa , and moo to give Old MacDonald a
Category: Education, Preschool
Animals poses such questions as " What tall animal could reach right up there ? ”
Lift a flap to reveal a giraffe . However , how many adults , let alone young
children would know what animal eats beanshoots ? “ Why do camels have
Category: Children's literature