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In October's Ivy Kids kit featuring the humorous book Night Animals by Gianna Marino, you will find:
- The book Night Animals by Gianna Marino, will introduce children to nocturnal animals through lovable characters and a humorous story.
- Read along Bookmark: Use to assist with reading comprehension.
- Plush Skunk: Children will love to cuddle and play with this soft and adorable skunk while reading this month's book, Night Animals.
- Ceramic Owl: Use paints to decorate a large ceramic owl. The owl will make a beautiful addition to a child’s room!
- What Are the Night Animals Saying?: In the story, the author uses speech bubbles to tell the story. Now it is your turn to tell a story with the night animals and write what each animal is saying.
- Paper Bag Possum: Create the fearful possum from the story by cutting and pasting the possum body parts onto the bag.
- Paint a Picture of a Skunk: Paint a realistic skunk by using the adorable plush skunk and skunks photos as a reference.
- Nocturnal Animals: Learn fun and interesting facts about nocturnal animals.
- Nocturnal vs Diurnal: One player will have the Nocturnal board and the other player will have the Diurnal board. The first player to cover all the spaces on his or her board wins the game.
- Sorting Eyes: Sort the night animal eyes by size and/or color.
- Animal Eyes in the Dark: How many night animals are in forest? Use the colored wiggly eyes and the dark forest board to help you solve multiplication and division problems.
- Bat Craft: Use scratch art and stickers to create a colorful bat to hang in your home.
- Bats in the Night: Use finger painting and cut out bat shapes to create a night sky filled with bat silhouettes.
- Flying Bats: Players take turns flinging the bats at the creature cards. If the bat lands on a nocturnal animal, the player collects the card. How many nocturnal animals can you catch?
- One Night in the Deep Dark Woods...Use your imagination to tell a fictional story about a night in the woods.