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Out on Safari
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Unit Overview:

Get ready for an adventurous journey with Level 2 Unit 4: Out on Safari! In this exhilarating part of our Level 2 ESL curriculum, students embark on a virtual safari to explore the vast and vibrant animal kingdom. This unit covers a wide range of wild animals, their habitats, and behaviors, enriching students’ vocabulary with nature and wildlife-related terms. Dive into the habits of lions, giraffes, elephants, and many more, while also learning about different ecosystems. Perfect for young learners curious about wildlife, ‘Out on Safari’ combines language learning with the thrill of nature exploration!

 

Animal Vocabulary English Class

  • Lion, Zebra, Giraffe, Elephant, Hippo, Monkey, Rhino, Cheetah

  • Toucan, Parrot, Eagle, Owl, Bee, Mosquito, Butterfly, Dragonfly

  • Camel, Bear, Turtle, Bat, Lizard, Kangaroo, Koala, Panda

  • Polar Bear, Penguin, Wolf, Snake, Alligator, Crab, Shark, Spider, Horse

  • Dinosaur, Extinct, Habitat, Habitat Loss, Pollution, Forest Fires

  • Climb, Swim, Slither, Gallop, Crawl, Hop, Swing, Fly

  • Danger, Endangered, Moth, Sloth, Squirrel, Quail

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Lesson 1: Wild Animals

Great start exploring wild animals! Continue practicing the names of different animals and the ‘th’ sound in words.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: lion, zebra, giraffe, elephant, hippo, monkey, rhino, cheetah
  • Sentences: “There is a lion.” “There are two elephants.”
 

Lesson 2: Birds & Insects

Excellent job learning about birds and insects! Keep practicing their names and the unique features of each.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: toucan, parrot, eagle, owl, bee, mosquito, butterfly, dragonfly
  • Sentences: “There is a parrot.” “There are many bees.”
 

Lesson 3: Counting Animals

Well done on counting animals! Practice using numbers with animal names and talking about their quantities.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: One lion, two zebras, three giraffes, four elephants, etc.
  • Sentences: “There are three giraffes.” “There is one hippo.”
 

Lesson 4: Animal Habitats

You’ve learned so much about animal habitats! Remember to describe where different animals live.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: Jungle, forest, savanna, desert, ocean, river, lake, pond, mountain, arctic
  • Sentences: “Tigers live in the jungle.” “There is a hippo in the river.”
 

Lesson 5: Animal Adaptations

Impressive understanding of animal adaptations! Discuss how different animals adapt to their environment.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: Camel, bear, turtle, bat, lizard
  • Sentences: “Camels save energy in their humps.” “Bears hibernate in winter.”
 

Lesson 6: Keep Counting

Great work counting animals! Continue to practice numbers and use them with different animals.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: Eleven to twenty (eleven zebras, twelve giraffes, etc.)
  • Sentences: “There are fourteen ants.” “There is one camel.”
 

Lesson 7: A Wild Dream

Fantastic job imagining animal habitats! Use your creativity to describe different animals in various habitats.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: Kangaroo, koala, panda, polar bear, penguin, wolf, snake, alligator
  • Sentences: “There is a panda eating bamboo.” “Polar bears live in the Arctic.”
 

Lesson 8: On the Move

You did a great job learning how animals move! Talk about different movements like climbing, swimming, and flying.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: Climb, swim, slither, gallop, crawl, hop, swing, fly
  • Sentences: “Monkeys swing in trees.” “A shark swims in the ocean.”
 

Lesson 9: Endangered Animals

Excellent understanding of endangered animals! Discuss why animals are endangered and how we can protect them.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: Danger, endangered, extinct, habitat, habitat loss, pollution, forest fires
  • Sentences: “Pandas are endangered.” “Habitat loss affects many animals.”
 

Lesson 10: Review

Wonderful review of the unit! Keep practicing all the vocabulary and concepts related to animals and their environments.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: Comprehensive review of all unit vocabulary.
  • Sentences: Use a variety of sentences covering all the topics learned in the unit.