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Where Plants and Animals Live 1

In this worksheet students draw on their knowledge of plants and animals to decide on the sort of habitat they occupy. It also offers opportunities for new learning.

'Where Plants and Animals Live 1' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:  Living Things and Their Habitats

Curriculum subtopic:  Habitats and Micro-habitats

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

 

Where do you live? That's your 'home'. It's also your HABITAT. A Habitat is a place to live and it provides all the things you need to live: food and water, warmth, shelter and so on.

 

In this worksheet there are lots of questions that ask you to think about animals and plants, most of which you know, and decide where they live. See how you get on and how many new things you learn as well!

Where would you be most likely to find a daisy?

in the grass

on the beach

under a rock in the garden

Where would you be most likely to find a snail?

in the grass

on the beach

under a rock in the garden

Where would you be most likely to find a crab?

in the grass

on the beach

under a rock in the garden

Where would you be most likely to find a woodlouse?

under a rock

in a tree

in your hair

Where would you be most likely to find a butterfly?

on a flower

on a tree trunk

on a sandy beach

Which of these would you be most likely to find in a wood?

hen

spider

seal

Which of these would you be most likely to find in the soil?

worm

robin

bee

Which of these would you be most likely to find on a beach?

oak tree

dandelion

seaweed

Which of these would you be most likely to find in a garden?

crab

worm

owl

Which of these would you be most likely to find in a pond?

ant

blackbird

fish

  • Question 1

Where would you be most likely to find a daisy?

CORRECT ANSWER
in the grass
EDDIE SAYS
Daisies are those little white and yellow flowers you find on the lawn. They grow close to the grass and sometimes avoid the lawnmower!
  • Question 2

Where would you be most likely to find a snail?

CORRECT ANSWER
under a rock in the garden
EDDIE SAYS
Snails like to hide under rocks, logs and places where it is cool, damp and dark. That way they stay damp and don't get eaten by birds and hedgehogs. They go out at night to eat your marigolds and lettuces!
  • Question 3

Where would you be most likely to find a crab?

CORRECT ANSWER
on the beach
EDDIE SAYS
Crabs live at the seaside. Their bodies are designed to live in seawater. You often find them under rocks and seaweed in rock pools.
  • Question 4

Where would you be most likely to find a woodlouse?

CORRECT ANSWER
under a rock
EDDIE SAYS
Woodlice are those little creepy-crawlies that look like they have armour plating on their bodies. They live under rocks and logs where it is damp and dark and they are safe from being eaten.
  • Question 5

Where would you be most likely to find a butterfly?

CORRECT ANSWER
on a flower
EDDIE SAYS
Butterflies are insects with large colourful wings. They visit flowers to drink the sweet nectar. That is their food and it gives them the energy to fly.
  • Question 6

Which of these would you be most likely to find in a wood?

CORRECT ANSWER
spider
EDDIE SAYS
Spiders catch insects with their webs and lots of different types are found in woods. Hens (chickens) will live in hen coops in farms and gardens. Seals are large animals that live in the sea.
  • Question 7

Which of these would you be most likely to find in the soil?

CORRECT ANSWER
worm
EDDIE SAYS
Worms are wriggly tube-shaped animals that make their home in the soil. Robins are birds with red breast feathers. Bees are stripy yellow and black insects that visit flowers and make honey from the nectar!
  • Question 8

Which of these would you be most likely to find on a beach?

CORRECT ANSWER
seaweed
EDDIE SAYS
Seaweeds are the slimy green and brown things that look like plants growing on rocks at the seaside. Dandelions are yellow flowers that make the dandelion 'clocks' you blow. An oak tree lives in the wood or the middle of a field.
  • Question 9

Which of these would you be most likely to find in a garden?

CORRECT ANSWER
worm
EDDIE SAYS
Worms will be living in the soil in the garden. Owls are birds that hunt at night, often in woods. Crabs are always found at the seaside.
  • Question 10

Which of these would you be most likely to find in a pond?

CORRECT ANSWER
fish
EDDIE SAYS
Since fish are water-living animals, that's the one you'll find in the pond. They use their gills to breathe underwater. Blackbirds will be found in the garden or in the wood. Ants like fields and woods.
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