LIONS: Animals for children. Kids videos. Kindergarten | Preschool learning


Lions. You may have heard… Lions are the Kings
of the Jungle. Well actually.. Lions don’t live in the Jungle
at all. Lions roam on grassy plains and woodlands
in Africa and Asia. They are the second biggest of the Big Cats. Only Tigers are a slightly larger. Unlike the other big cats, Lions live in large
social groups called PRIDES. Females Lions are called Lionesses. There are lots of Lionesses in a Pride. Male Lions are very large and easy to spot. They have a big distinctive hairy mane. Baby Lions are called Cubs. Lions are predators. Which means they hunt and eat other animals. This makes them carnivores because they eat meat. Lionesses are much better at hunting than
males lions. They do most of the hunting for the Pride. After a successful hunt the Lions sit around
enjoying their meal together. The Lioness fiercely protects her food. I hope you have more manners at the dinner table. After a big meal there is nothing better than
a loud roar. Can your roar like a lion? Wow what a great roar.

22 thoughts on “LIONS: Animals for children. Kids videos. Kindergarten | Preschool learning”

  1. I love your videos!!  I'm sorry I wont be able to use this one in our classroom.  The feeding portion is a little too much for preschool.

  2. hey you forgot that they used to live in jungles that is why they are called king of the jungle, an you should also remember to add in they are the royal of the animals an right now they are called king of the beasts/animals since little live in jungle at this time

  3. it is so cute I love it like did any boody see this and my little sister like it to thank you for posting this I love bi

  4. LIONS ARE MY FAVOURITE ANIMAL IN THE WHOLE WORLD. WHEN I GET A JOB, I WANT TO HELP LIONS AND GROW A PRIDE!

  5. I was going to use this but the eating part was just too much. I think it is fine to show them eating but it went on too long and showed too much blood and bones. I know that is reality, but I'd rather let the kids be a little older than preschool and kindergarten before they get the close up visuals of the torn apart bloody animal. Otherwise, I liked the video

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