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We think with our brain. The brain is protected by the skull.
A dolphin is a marine mammal that has a long nose and many teeth. Dolphins are toothed whales.
The elephant is a big, gray animal with a trunk.
Garbage cans hold garbage.
The gray whale is a baleen whale that eats tiny organisms from the mud on the bottom on the ocean.
The Harpy Eagle is one of the largest eagles in the world. It lives in rainforests of Central America and South America.
The kookaburra is an Australian bird whose call sounds like laughing.
Lemurs are large-eyed mammals from Madagascar, an island off the coast of Africa.
Manta rays are harmless fish and are related to sharks. Mantas are the biggest rays.
A mouse is a cute, small rodent with a long tail. The plural of mouse is mice.
An overcoat will keep you warm when it is cold.
The pill bug (also called the roly-poly bug) is a small isopod that curls into an armored ball when it is threatened.
Sharks are meat-eaters that have no bones, only cartilage (which is softer than bone).
A stapler is a device that attaches papers to each other using a small piece of metal.
How to say gray in many languages:
Worksheets and Activities to Print:
A coloring page on the color gray, with pictures of a crayon, dolphin, stapler, utensils, elephant, and trash can.
Find 8 Gray Things
On each printable worksheet, the student writes 8 items that are gray.
Draw Four Gray Items
Draw four gray things. Below each item, write its name.
Gray Word Wheel
Make a word wheel about 8 gray things using this 2-page print-out; it consists of a base page together with a wheel that spins around. After putting the wheel together, the student colors the pictures. When you spin the wheel, the 8 gray things appear, one at a time. The words are: elephant, brain, mouse, pebble, shark, gray whale, stapler, and pillbug. The student then writes the words in alphabetical order (plus two other gray things).
The Color Gray and Your Senses Poem
Write a poem about how the color gray affects your senses. The lines of the poem begin with: Gray looks like, Gray sounds like, Gray feels like, Gray smells like, and Gray tastes like.
Draw and Write: Something Gray
Draw a picture of something that is gray and write about it. Write about what it looks like, what it does, if you like it, or other descriptive things.
Draw and Compare Gray Objects
Draw two gray things and then answer simple questions comparing them, for example, "Which one is bigger?" or go to a pdf version of this page.
Find a Gray Thing for Each Letter
See if you can think of and write down a gray thing for each letter of the alphabet. Or go to a sample answer page.
Or make your own color book!
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