Each section of the zoo will have a puzzle for you to solve. After you
solve the puzzle, you can gain access to the Zoo Safari route and animal
facts! Use the animals facts to help you find out where to find the Wallace
Parlour ice cream truck! It’s the best ice cream in town!
Click on a question marked section of the zoo to begin!
Zoo Animal I, Spy!
Can you use your keen eye to tell me how many elephants, gorillas, and
birds are in the crowd of animals?
Zoo Animal Patterns
Can you match the pattern that belongs to the correct animal?
Complete the Pattern
Can you complete the pattern for the parade of animals?
Tallest Animal Contest
Can you arrange the paper animal sculptures you built from shortest to
tallest on a table? Then click and drag the animals below into the correct
order based on what you see.
Unscramble the Word
Can you rearrange the letters to spell the mystery word?
Match the animal sounds
Can you match the animal sounds to the one making them? Click below to
hear the sounds, and match it to the correct animal.
Did you know that giraffes are the tallest animal in the world?
They are herbivores that come from Africa, where they roam in
groups called towers. Each subspecies of giraffe has a unique
pattern of spots which helps camouflage them from predators.
Although penguins typically live where it is cold, none live at
the north pole. Of the 17 species of penguins, all live in the
southern hemisphere of our planet. They are flightless birds
that have adapted their flappers to help them swim in water to
Kangaroos are herbivores that live in Australia and nearby
islands. They live in groups called "mobs" to protect each other
from danger. Female kangaroos have a pouch on their belly to
cradle baby kangaroos (called joeys), which can be the size of a
grape when born.
The zoo safari features African elephants, known for their large
ears shaped like the continent of Africa. They are herbivores
that grow tusks that are similar to human teeth. Their trunks
are used to suck up water to spray into their mouths.
Closely related to horses, zebras are herbivores from Africa.
They live in groups called herds, which can grow into super herds
of over 1,000 zebras. All zebras have unique stripe patterns,
which many believe are used to help zebras recognize one another.
Known as the king of the jungle, the roar of an adult male lion
can be heard 5 miles away! They are the only big cat species with
manes, which makes them appear larger. Lions are carnivores that
live in the plains and grasslands of Africa.
Great job unlocking the safari route! Make sure to use your sticker sheet
to mark the route on your map and flashcards to find out where to meet
the ice cream man!