Mogo Zoo provides a series of worksheets to teachers that are focused on aiding students learning about animals in their environment when they visit the zoo in Mogo, NSW.
For more information, you can visit Mogo Zoo’s educational area on their website: www.mogozoo.com.au/education.html
Or select from the direct links to the worksheets below:
Hot & Cold Environments
Is it hot or cold?
Colour the hot things red and the cold things blue.
Draw pictures of some hot things and cold things you can find in your school environment.
Some things are alive and some things are not. A living thing is something that can grow, use air and water, take in food, reproduce, move and eliminate wastes.
Classifying Creatures & Adaptations
Go for a walk around the school ground and explore the many different types of creatures that live there.
Make a list of creatures you discover on your walk and where you found them.
Adaptations & Surviving the Wild
An adaptation is a body part (called a physical feature) that helps an animal to survive in the wild. Animals are adapted differently to find and eat food to survive.
Select 5 species from Mogo Zoo’s collection and research the natural habitat of each of the species.
Food Chains & Food Webs
Complete worksheet on food chains/food webs.
Select 5 species from Mogo Zoo’s collection and research the natural diet of each of the species.
The Zoo and Aquarium Association acknowledges Mogo Zoo for providing the information above.