Reptile Facts, Science Game for Kids

This game helps children learn fun facts about reptiles like crocodiles, snakes, lizards and turtles. The game also tests the student’s knowledge of these reptiles as they answer questions and match pictures. Did you know that all reptiles have a hard outer skin and scaly texture? Or that they are cold-blooded and most lay eggs instead of having babies? Now you can learn these and many other reptile facts with our science game.
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There are four different groups of reptiles, including lizards, snakes, turtles, and crocodilians. Reptiles are often mistaken for amphibians. Amphibians such as frogs and salamanders have moist wet skins. Read More
These amazing animals live on every continent—marshes and forests, deserts and tundra, plains and savannas. They range in size from an inch to 100 feet long—smaller than a thumb to bigger than a school bus. All of these reptiles have some similar characteristics, like scales or eggs. Some are nocturnal, meaning they hunt only at night; others are diurnal, which means they hunt during the day. While all reptiles have features that help them survive, they also depend on their surroundings to keep them safe—in air-conditioned modern buildings or under old barn boards – which is exactly why we need your help! Your child will have fun learning about the characteristics and habits of reptiles with this new science game. Read Less