Are you looking for more ways to make homeschool science fun? Check out these fascinating new books! The Who Would Win science series is filled with interesting facts about animals and colorful scientific pictures you can use to make learning biology and life sciences a lot more fun in your homeschool this year.
Each unit study includes fun facts, encouragement for kids to dive deep into learning more about these amazing animals, hands-on activities, and suggestions for extra reading. Plus, you’ll get some great printable games to keep your curious kiddos engaged as they learn about the animals in the who would win series. Keep reading to get a sneak peek at all the fun activities included in these unit studies and discover why we enjoy this book series so much.
The Who Would Win Series Is A Kid Favorite!
The Who Would Win book series is a big favorite at our house! The title alone is enough to pique your homeschooler’s curiosity. These books are certainly some of Emily’s favorites and I think your homeschoolers will love them too.
If your kids have ever wondered what would happen if a lion and a tiger battled, they will love these books! Each book uses colorful illustrations and detailed information about each animal to conclude what would happen if these animals were ever up against one another. Kids will love learning more about their favorite animals and guessing who would win with this series.
The Who Would Win Series For Homeschool Science
The Who Would Win series is perfect for introducing various biology and life science topics. Biology is the study of living organisms, including their anatomy and behavior. These colorful science books include tons of info and scientific illustrations for kids, making them the perfect animal biology books for your homeschool.
You can use the Who Would Win series for homeschool life science lessons too. Life sciences are all about studying living organisms and the processes they go through. Do you know why a tiger would win against a lion?
This fun book series will answer those questions with facts while encouraging your students to form their own hypotheses and develop educated arguments for why they think a certain animal would win the battle. Plus, they’ll be learning lots of cool facts about the animals in the books!
The Who Would Win Series: Fascinating Unit Studies For Homeschool Science
Our new Who Would Win Mini Unit Studies are filled with fun facts, scientific information, and activity ideas for your homeschoolers to help bring these lessons to life in your homeschool science curriculum. Check out some of the books we’ve covered in the Who Would Win series below:
Each Who Would Win Mini Unit Study includes games, custom coloring pages, curated YouTube playlists, suggestions for extra reading, and more. Check out what’s included in each of these science mini-unit studies below.
Book List & YouTube Playlist
I’ve included a book list with some great suggestions for extra reading. You can use the book list and the included YouTube playlist to encourage your homeschoolers to dig deeper and satisfy their curiosity about fun animals like the Komodo dragon and the grizzly bear.
Custom Coloring Pages
As with all our unit studies, you’ll get custom coloring pages hand-drawn by Kevin. These detailed animal coloring pages are great for learners of all ages. I like using them to keep little hands busy during a read-aloud.
Copy Work & Writing Prompts
I’ve added four levels of copywork in my Who Would Win Mini Unit Studies including tracing, print, and cursive pages. You’ll find copywork practice for your homeschoolers no matter what level they’re on right now.
Plus, there are writing prompts that encourage prediction writing and alternate-ending writing. What would happen if the tiger won instead of the lion? How do you think things might end differently?
Predictive writing encourages students to think about what might happen and make educated guesses. It’s a great introduction to scientific thinking and lessons about the scientific method.
Meet the Animals Notebooking Page
Notebooking is a creative way to encourage your homeschooler to share what they’ve learned. In this Who Would Win Mini Unit Study, I’ve included notebooking pages kids can use to share what they know about the animals in the books.
Animal Habitat Map Work
Explore the habitats of the animals in the Who Would Win series with my habitat map work pages. It’s also a great way to incorporate geography in your homeschool science lessons this year.
Animal Advantage Checklist
Which animal has the advantage? As you read, compare the teeth, size, and speed of each animal with animal advantages checklists. These can be used to predict who would win with writing prompts later.
Compare & Contrast Worksheet
Noticing the similarities and differences in ideas helps us to generalize, categorize, sort, and evaluate information. It’s an important skill that you can encourage as you enjoy these mini-science unit studies. I’ve put together compare and contrast worksheets that will make it easy for your kids to predict who would win.
True or False Fact Sorting Game
Is it true that tigers hunt alone? Is it true that a spinosaurus can swim? Encourage your kids to evaluate what they’ve learned about each animal with a fun gameschooling activity that asks students to sort true or false facts about the animals in the unit study.
Add On Game Packs
You can grab my add-on game pack for even more printable science gameschooling activities. You’ll get animal memory, animal bingo, animal pictionary, animal guess in 10 cards, and an animal lifespan war game.
Additional Resources For Studying Animal Science In Your Homeschool
In these mini unit studies, you’ll find TONS of resources to explore and enjoy with your homeschoolers. I’ve curated lists our favorites and shared them with you at the beginning of each mini unit. If you still want more, check out these fun additional resources for studying animals in your homeschool.
Do you have a dinosaur lover who’s just dying to know if a velociraptor could beat a T-Rex? What about a kid who’s curious about the ocean? They’ll love discovering all there is to know about lobsters and crabs before learning who would win in a battle.
Don’t miss these Who Would Win Mini Unit Studies for your homeschool science lessons this school year. They’re so much fun and easy to use for a variety of ages too. Which Who Would Win Mini Unit Study will be your favorite?