Fox and Wolves, Differences – Science Spelling Game

This science spelling game activity helps kids practice the differences between foxes and wolves. It is suitable for junior primary school first and second graders. 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (3 votes, average: 3.33 out of 5)
  • Key Science Facts
    • Foxes and wolves are both mammals.
    • They both have bushy tails, furry coats and long noses.
    • While they look alike, they are different species of animals.
    • Species are a group of living things that have many features in common.
    • Wolves are different because they grow larger.
    • Wolves live in packs or groups of about six to ten.
    • Foxes live by themselves.
    • Wolves can weigh up to 140 pounds (or 63 kilograms/10 stones).
    • Wolves grow to around 3 feet tall.
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