Teaching Resource

Grouping Posters - Endangered and Extinct Animals

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Group your students according to endangered animals using these eleven Grouping Posters.

Print these Grouping Posters out and display them in your classroom to remind students what group they are in. Laminate them so they can be written on and wiped clean as students move groups.

For group activity displays, use these name tags in conjunction with 

  NSW Curriculum alignment

  Australian Curriculum alignment

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I love the pictures but are Tasmanian tigers endangered? I was fairly certain they are extinct not endangered, but I may be wrong?

Eleena Fothergill · May 28th, 2019

Hey Eleena, thank you for contacting us. Yes you are totally right. I have updated the title to now say endangered and extinct just to make that more accurate.

Royce (Teach Starter) · May 29th, 2019

Could these please be made into Grouping Tray Labels?
Thanks

Belinda Bowman · Feb 19th, 2018

Hi Belinda. Thank you for your great suggestion. Can you please put in a change request using the Changes & Updates tab above and our members will have an opportunity to vote for this resource to be made.

Jill (Teach Starter) · Mar 1st, 2018

Thanks! Love your work!

Stephanie Nguyen · Jan 25th, 2016

No worries Stephanie. Happy to help!

Jill (Teach Starter) · Jan 25th, 2016

It would be nice to have more than 6 groups -extra 2 groups would be ideal especially for guided reading as there is not always even grouping. Thanks

Stephanie Nguyen · Jan 21st, 2016

Hi Stephanie,

Thank you for your great suggestion. We have added more groups, so there are now 11 to choose from.

Kind regards,
Jill

Jill (Teach Starter) · Jan 23rd, 2016

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