Chose from two versions of our camel notebooking page, ruled and ruled with diagram space. Children can then record their research into these interesting desert animals.
African Animal Notebooking Pages
Our African animal notebooking pages are perfect for older children working on a desert or savanna habitat project. Each animal has two pages to chose from, one fully lined and one with space for a diagram.
Our notebooking pages help older children to present their research and writing projects neatly. This one features a cheetah, the fastest land animal.
Use our printable notebooking pages to write about the chimpanzee, our closest relative in the animal kingdom. Choose from two designs, and just click on the links below to download printable versions.
Notebooking is a great way to encourage independent learning in older children. Elephants are an inspiring topic too and children will love displaying their work on our elephant notebooking pages.
Older children can use our gazelle notebooking page for their research on these African creatures, choosing from the two variations below.
Children can write up their research into these surprisingly dangerous creatures on one of our hippopotamus writing pages. We have two to chose from; one with space for a diagram and one all lined. The photo is of a parent and baby pygmy hippopotamus.
Research the king of the beasts and write up findings on our lion notebooking page,; perfect for an African project or perhaps to go alongside a literature study on Narnia.
Meerkats are some of the most popular animals at the zoo. Why not take along one of our meerkat notebooking pages and ask children to record what they see on a zoo visit?
There are 264 known species of monkey in the world! What else can your children find out about monkeys? They can record their findings on our monkey notebooking pages.
Notebooking pages allow children to present research and topic work in a way that interests them. These rhinoceros notebooking pages could be used to enhance an African animal project or a zoo visit.
We have notebooking pages for many different animals, African or otherwise. Here are two for the warthog. Use them for research, fact-finding and fact storing.