Alphabet Animals

2014-09-06

It might be handy to have a set of animal flash cards, and if you're going to make one, why not choose twenty-six animals, one for each letter of the alphabet? This is what I've done. These pictures are all in the public domain; use them as you see fit.

LetterAnimalPicture
AAnt2014-09-05.06.Ant.jpg
BBear2014-09-05.05.Bear.jpg
CCat2014-03-29.04.Cat.jpg
DDog2014-08-26.15.Dog.jpg
EElephant2014-09-05.01.Elephant.jpg
FFish2014-09-05.17.Fish.jpg
GGorilla2014-09-05.16.Gorilla.jpg
HHorse2014-09-05.18.Horse.jpg
IIguana2014-09-05.19.Iguana.jpg
JJaguar2014-09-05.20.Jaguar.jpg
KKangaroo2014-09-05.21.Kangaroo.jpg
LLion2014-09-05.15.Lion.jpg
MMouse2014-09-05.14.Mouse.jpg
NNewt2014-09-05.13.Newt.jpg
OOwl2014-09-05.11.Owl.jpg
PPig2014-09-05.12.Pigs.jpg
QQuail2014-09-05.07.Quail.jpg
RRabbit2014-09-05.04.Rabbit.jpg
SSnake2013-06-12.225.Snake.jpg
TTiger2014-09-05.03.Tiger.jpg
UUakari2014-09-05.08.Uakari.jpg
VVulture2014-09-05.09.Vulture.jpg
WWolf2014-09-05.10.Wolf.jpg
XXiphias2014-09-05.23.Xiphias.jpg
YYak2014-09-05.22.Yaks.jpg
ZZebra2014-09-05.02.Zebra.jpg
LetterAnimalPicture

Slides

Here are some ODP slide show files that you can use to practice teaching or reviewing the above twenty-six animals. If you're a teacher with a computer or projector in your classroom, you can use these slides like you would any other flash card set. Go through them one at a time practicing pronunciation. To review, the Rewind Game works well. The rules for the Rewind Game are simple: All together, students say the cards, one card after another, going through the deck. When they make a mistake or don't speak together, rewind one or two or three cards, and then continue.

2014-09-07.01.Animals.jpg