Unscramble 9 of the 4" x 4" tiles by perfectly matching the beautiful illustrations on the squares edges in every direction while forming a 12" x 12" square. Sounds easy, doesn't it?
Fascinating Facts about Forest Animals Scramble Squares® The temperate forests of North America are either “deciduous,” meaning that their trees lose their leaves in Fall and regrow them in Spring and “boreal,” having cold-tolerant evergreen conifers with needle-like leaves.
The raccoon is a familiar and abundant mammal living near water throughout North and South America and in a few tropical islands. They live in a variety of habitats, including marshes, forests, prairies, cities, and suburbs. These nocturnal (active at night) animals have a life span of about 6 years in the wild. Raccoons have adapted well to the rapid changes made in their habitat during the 20th Century and today are seen even in cities, scavenging in trash cans for food. The raccoon is stocky but agile, with thick, grayish fur and a bushy tail, ringed with black bands. Its pointed face is characterized by its familiar black "bandit" mask across its eyes.
A porcupine is a thick set animal of the rodent family which inhabit forests, deserts, and grasslands of North and South America, Africa, Europe, and Asia. It is slow and clumsy, but climbs trees readily to feed on buds, twigs and bark. In summer, it also feeds on roots and stems of flowering plants and even on some crops. A prickly coat of needle-sharp quills protects the porcupine from its natural enemies. Normally, the quills lay flat, but when an enemy approaches, the porcupine will raise the quills and spread them, usually deterring the enemy. If the enemy attacks, the quills lodge into its flesh when it ma