Wolves live in groups. There is always a leader of the pack. The other males in the pack have to wait their turn to be leader. Begging wolf coloring pages shows how one wolf lets another one know he will obey. This keeps the wolves from fighting. If a younger one gets stronger he may try to be leader but not today. Studying wolf coloring pages and other animal coloring pages from the free printable coloring pages collections demonstrates to students that animals do communicate. They have special howls they use and special gestures they use to get along in the group. How is that like a classroom? Discuss to see what your students say.
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