This moose looks very strange without his ears, face and antlers! Using the picture below as a guide, kids can complete the big picture and then colour it in.
The moose (also callled the Eurasian elk) is the largest member of the deer family. The males have an impressive set of antlers.
The biggest moose population is in Canada.
Fun fact: A male moose has a flap of skin under their chin called a dewlap. The size of this can inticate dominance. They scent mark females in the mating season by rubbing them with their dewlap.
Can the kids complete the picture of the moose on the left? We've provided a picture on the right, so they need to study it carefully to work out what is missing.
I don't know about you, but I love this moose - and I've already had a go at learning to draw one myself. It's quite simple if you follow along with each step, copying the shapes carefully.
We've got 4 varieties of our moose acrostic poem printable here for you to choose from, in the pdf below. Just choose the one that is right for your kids.
Colour in our simple but realistic moose colouring page - it includes the word underneath the picture.
Here's a fun handwriting worksheet featuring the word "moose" - with a couple of moose to colour in too!
This gorgeous printable moose jigsaw is fun for kids who are studying Canada, for Canada Day, or for any time! Just use our cutting guides and then put it back together again. You will need our jigsaw instructions and cutting guides.
Moose are the largest species of deer. Use our notebooking pages to find out more about these interesting creatures who live in the forests of Canada.
For those who have never seen a moose (that's me included!) they look like very strange creatures! Here's a photographic poster to print and display.
Write a story about a moose with this fun story paper, available in two styles. Or use it to write down what you have learned about the moose!
Our moose writing page comes in black and white or colour, and is perfect for recording what you learn about the moose.