We’ve learned quite a bit about animal diets and behavior with our kids. But it can be tough to keep all the information straight in your head afterward.
Who lives where?
Who eats what?
And, once you learn that some animals live on both land and water and that some animals eat both meat and plants, it can get really confusing.
So we’re sharing a fun and simple animal science lesson for keeping up with animal diets and habitats – a Venn diagram animal sorting activity!
This is such a cute animal science activity for early grades! Plus, it can work as a science center activity you can reuse!
See how to get your hands on a copy below!
And, for more ways to learn about animal behavior, take a look at our nocturnal and diurnal animal sorting activity too!
Habitats and Diets Animal Sorting Activity
This product includes a cut and paste animal diet activity, as well as a cut and paste animal habitat activity.
For the animal habitats lesson, kids can cut out each animal.
Then practice sorting them according to whether they live in water, on land, or both!
For the animal diets activity, they can cut out the animals and then practice sorting them according to their diet.
Be careful! Some animals eat both plants and meat!
And, if you need a little refresher on which animal goes where, there’s an answer key included for each activity!
Scroll down to get your copy of our Diets and Habitats Animal Sorting Activity!
Want to learn more about animals with the kids? Check out these other learning ideas!
To get your copy of our Animal Diagram! Habitats and Diets Animal Sorting Activity, visit my Teachers Pay Teachers store or check it out below!