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This science game helps children review knowledge of marsupials such as kangaroos. It is suitable for first and second grade primary school learners.
- Key Science Facts
- Marsupials are a kind of mammal.
- Kangaroos and wallabies are examples of marsupials.
- Marsupials are different from other mammals because they carry their babies in a pouch.
- Mammals are animals that feed their babies with milk.
- A baby kangaroo is called a joey.
- Baby kangaroos eat and sleep in their mother’s pouch.
- Like all living things, marsupials reproduce, grow to become adults and eventually die.
- Game: The Kango Boomerang Game is a time-limited game of drag and drop activities.
In primary grades, children learn about the world around them. As they learn about the world, they learn about various animals. Kangaroos and other Marsupials fall into an interesting category children love to learn about in 1st and 2nd grades. Some key information they learn is as follows: Marsupials are a kind of mammal. Kangaroos and wallabies are examples of marsupials. Marsupials are different from other mammals because they carry their babies in a pouch. Mammals are animals that feed their babies with milk. A baby kangaroo is called a joey. Baby kangaroos eat and sleep in their mother’s pouch. In Kangaroos, Marsupials game, students are asked to fill in the blanks to general knowledge questions about the subject of marsupials. This game is a comprehensive review of knowledge students in primary grades should know. Children will find this game fun and challenging. After each question, a colorful kangaroo will throw a boomerang at a bird. If the question is answered correctly, the boomerang will come back and kangaroo will catch it. If the question is answered incorrectly, the boomerang will hit him in the head. This game would be ideal for science partners to play between other activities. Read Less