Build Your Own Animals



I just came across Switcheroo Zoo, a website that lets you mix and match animals to create new ones.  It’s fun for kids to watch as their elephant’s head morphs into a pig.  What would a zebra look like when it has a monkey head, bison legs, and a cheetah’s tail?

You can visit nine different habitats and make new animals in each. While you play, you can read facts about each of the animals in your current combination. Learn more about the animals by reading their Profiles in the Resources section.

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Not only can children have fun imagining they are creating new species, but there are all kinds of games that teach about habitat, animal sounds, geography, and animal foods.




2 Responses to “Build Your Own Animals”

  1. Teaching Two » Not Me Monday

    [...] Build Your Own Animals [...]

    March 8th, 2009 at 9:51 pm
     
  2. Amelia

    But there are a few tips in order to get that ideal crunch and taste.
    Then you can dip them into liquid batter and fry them. In a casserole,
    bring to boil 2 cup of water with chicken feet,
    put fire into low and simmer 10 minute.

    July 30th, 2013 at 10:42 pm
     

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