Animal dinnertime!

Skill: Herbivore or carnivore

Animal-dinnertime

Does it eat plants or other animals?

In this science worksheet, your child identifies which animals are carnivores and which are herbivores.

 
 
 

Animal habitats

Skill: Nature

Animal-habitat

Do sharks build nests and live in trees? Maybe. Maybe not.

In this science worksheet, your child will connect each animal to its natural habitat.

 
 
 

How animals adapt to habitat

Skill: Observational skills

How-animal-adapt-to-habitat

How has the dormouse adapted to its home? How about the mole?

In this science worksheet, your child will look at drawings and read synopses of four animals. Then they will consider and come to conclusions about those animals adapting to their different environments.

 
 

How does it move?

Skill: Visual discrimination

Does-it-move-on-its-own

Animals can move on their own, but in different ways.

In this science worksheet, your child will connect each animal to the word that describes how it moves, such as swim, crawl, or fly.

 
 
 

That’s my type of animal!

Skill: Nature

That's-my-type-of-animal

Mammal, reptile, bird, fish? There are many different types of animals, and some belong to the same group.

In this science worksheet, your child learns that common features help identify different types of animals, such as mammals.

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Updated: April 15, 2016