Lion maze colouring activity

In August we’d like to help raise awareness to “World Lion Day”.

We’ve created a Savanna Ecosystem for you to colour that also has a maze to solve. 

Can you draw a path that will get the lion cub back to its family?

You’ll also find the following animals that live in the savanna ecosystem to colour:

Termites, Nile Crocodile, African Rock Python, Superb Starlings,  Egyptian Plovers, Leopard Tortoise, Savannah Monitor Lizard,
African Spiny Mouse, Ostrich, Lion cub, Lioness, Male Lion, Butterflies, and Dung Beetles. Along with a few other things you might see in the Savanna such as a Candelabra tree, Termite mounds, assorted grasses and a Safari truck.

Click the link to download this colouring activity from Planet Designs Kids Planet Designs Kids Free Downloads on our website.

Here are some idea’s on how to extend this colouring activity further:

  • Research and discuss the IUCN Red List and how it is used to identify which species (and habitats) need help and conservation recovery efforts before they become extinct. 
  • Research what status Lions are on the IUCN Red List?
  • Discuss what threats exist to Lions.
  • Count how many animals are on this colouring activity.
  • Count how many different species there are on the colouring activity.

Research these fun facts:

  • Can an Ostrich run faster than a Cheetah? 
  • What is the symbiotic relationship between a Nile Crocodile and Egyptian Plover?  
  • What other symbiotic relationships exist in the animal kingdom?
  • Can a Leopard Tortoise swim?
  • Can a Dung Beetle Fly? How much weight can a Dung Beetle roll?
  • What are a group of lions called? See what the group names are for the other species pictured.
  • Why do Termites build their mounds pointing to certain compass angles?

To download or print using the above links: 

* Planet Designs Kids Free Downloads (on our website) - click the “Planet Designs Kids Free Downloads” link and it will take you to the free downloads page on our website. Put in your email address and you’ll have free access to all of our free colouring activities. Click “Continue”, then on the page you want click “Download”, and it will then be saved in your downloads folder where you can print it.

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