Come over 
for kids’ activities 
about the animal kingdom

Ask your mini-me to name 10 wild animals. Half of them are the Big 5, right? But there’s a lot more to the bushveld than lions, leopards, elephants, buffalos, and rhinos. And what’s the best way to learn about the other animals that make up the animal kingdom? With kids’ activities that come with your little one’s favourite meal.

Start your little one’s collection 
of Little 5 kids’ activities

Pay us a visit for a Kids’ Combo Meal. We’ll throw in a Little 5 3D animal. Let your kid go wild and build an antlion, elephant shrew, red billed buffalo weaver, leopard tortoise or rhino beetle.

Here are a few fun facts 
to share with your kid:

antlion 3d animal toy


The antlion is a sneaky little bug that comes up with the wildest hunting plan you’ve ever heard of. It digs into sandy areas and makes pits shaped like a funnel. Then, it just sits back, waiting for any unsuspecting ant or tiny insect to slip right in. It’s like it’s playing its own game of hide-and-seek in the sand!

Elephant Shrew

Elephant shrews are tiny mammals found in Africa. The first thing you notice about them is their unique nose. It’s like a small elephant trunk they use to sniff out all sorts of tasty treats.

elephant shrew 3d animal toy
red billed buffalo weaver 3d animal toy

Red Billed Buffalo Weaver

These stylish birds have a bright red bill and a beautiful white eye-ring. It’s like they’re dressed for a fancy party. You can find these beauties in East Africa, where they’re known for their incredible nest-building skills. They’re the builders of the bird world!

Leopard Tortoise

These guys are like walking works of art! They’ve got these stunning leopard-like spots all over their shell. And guess what? They’re herbivores, which means they munch on plants all day long. You can spot them chilling in the grasslands and savannas of Africa, just soaking up the sun.

leopard tortoise 3d animal toy
rhino beetle 3d animal toy

Rhino Beetle

These guys are the true heavyweights of the beetle world! They’re big, they’ve got these impressive horn-like structures on their heads, and they’re found in tropical forests all over the world.