We have created 16 different categories of worksheets for students in grade 1 to practice the needs of animals, the classification of animals by various physical attributes, and the relationship of animals to their habitats.
Practice the needs of animals
Students practice what animals need to survive in these worksheets.
What animals eat worksheets
These worksheets have students match the animals to the food they eat.
Are they plant eaters or meat eaters?
Students learn about herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores in these worksheets.
How animals move
Animals move in different ways: swim, crawl, fly, etc. Students match the animals to how they move in these worksheets.
Classifying animals by counting legs and wings
Animals can also be classified by the number of legs and wings they have. Students work on that in these worksheets.
Worksheets on how animals help their young
Students practice how animals help their young in these worksheets.
Matching animals to their offspring
Students match adult animals with their babies in these worksheets.
Practice the inherited traits of animals
In this worksheet, students identify the inherited traits of young animals.
Animal life cycles
These worksheets cover the life cycles of the butterfly and the frog.
Animal classification worksheets
Students learn to identify insects, birds, fish, reptiles, and mammals in these worksheets.
Practice animal habitats
Students learn to match animals to where they live in these worksheets.
The habitats animals live in
Students circle the habitats animals live in in these ocean, forest, farm and desert worksheets.
Match animals to their homes
With the aid of a word bank, students identify the homes of animals.
Practice how animals adapt to their environments
Giraffes and penguins have adapted to their environments. Students learn more about these animals in these worksheets.
Animal camouflage worksheets
These worksheets cover the camouflage of animals in their habitats.
Classifying animals by their coverings
Are the animals covered in hair, feathers, or shells in these worksheets?