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Animal Word Search - Sloths

Teach Starter Publishing
Google Slide, PDF | 2 pages | Grades: 1 - 3

Introduce your students to the world of Sloths with a fun word search!

We 💚 Sloths! Printable Sloth-Themed Word Find Activity

Sloths, sloths, and more sloths! We have all the resources you need to bring these cool creatures to life. From worksheets to crafts to books and coloring sheets, our sloth-themed resources are sure to make you smile!

Kids love animals of all kinds, but sloths are one of their favorites. If you’re looking for ways to bring them into your classroom, look no further than Teach Starter!  We have a wide selection of resources and activities that will help teach kids about these unique animals and inspire them to learn more about them.

Grab Animal Word Searches for a Bit of Word-Find Fun!

Who doesn’t love sloths? Introduce your students to the slow-moving world of sloths with this fun vocabulary-filled word search activity! This word search is a fantastic activity to reinforce vocabulary and build spelling skills. Students will search for words related to sloths, such as:

  • sloth
  • cub
  • slow
  • lazy
  • speedy
  • trees
  • shaggy
  • claws
  • hanging
  • herbivore

An answer key is included with your download to make grading fast and easy!  

Start a New Tradition on  International Sloth Day 2023

Did you know that sloths have their own holiday? It’s true! And for a good reason! International Sloth Day will be celebrated this year on Friday, October 20, 2023. What is this weird holiday all about?

Sloths are adorable and extremely unique. But did you know that many species of sloth are at risk of extinction? That’s why AIUNAU, a non-profit foundation dedicated to protecting all forms of wildlife, created International Sloth Day in November 2010 to help people better understand these shy creatures. Use this event and our variety of resources to teach your students about endangered animals and how they can help protect this special creature on International Sloth Day.

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This resource was created by Lisamarie Del Valle, a teacher in Florida and a Teach Starter Collaborator.


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