Going On A Safari Adventure Unit Study w/ Preschool Puzzles

Safari Unit study and free printable puzzlesWe are having a ball with our Safari with Mother Goose Time this month. It has been a great way to keep the winter blues at bay our first winter in 4 years. From Giraffes Can’t Dance to using Mother goose time crafts to make a Safari sensory bin. You still have time to grab the box for yourself. We are having fun playing pretend and learning about each of the animals that live in the African Savannah.

Gear up

You need the right gear for a fun Safari. A safari vest is a great way to make this fun and can be used for spring and summer when you take the learning adventures outside. You can even make your own Safari Vest.

You can make your own binoculars with tissue paper tubes or get a nice pair you can use outside later.

Make your own Safari Hats with paper plates.

Journal and pen – A notebook and pen to write as you learn. This is great for older kids that will be doing notebooking.

Reading list

National Geographic Readers: Safari

Safari, So Good!: All About African Wildlife (Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library)

We All Went On Safari

Disney It’s A Small World Around-the-World Safari

Disney It’s A Small World Around-the-World Safari


We wanted to share some of our own Safari fun with today’s FREE Printable. This set is a great addition to this months theme and is all fun puzzles to keep the kids busy. Perfect for when you NEED to work with an older child.


  • Counting puzzle
  • Memory match
  • Roll and graph
  • Missing letters

I recommend you Laminate to use these puzzles OVER and OVER again.

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