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  • 1. Animal Groups Grade 3
  • 2. Animal Groups
    • We can separate animals into groups by the foods they eat.
    • Herbivores eat only plants.
    • Carnivores eat only other animals.
    • Omnivores eat both plants and animals.
  • 3. Some examples
    • Herbivores eat plants.
  • 4.
    • Carnivores eat other animals.
  • 5.
    • Omnivores eat plants and animals.
  • 6. Can you answer these questions about animal groups?
    • Click on the correct answer .
    • Which of these animals is a carnivore?
  • 7. Try again
  • 8. Correct
  • 9. Which of these animals is an omnivore?
    • Click on the correct answer.
    • Which of these animals is not a omnivore?
  • 10. Try again
  • 11. Correct
  • 12. Choose what an omnivore might eat.
    • Seeds, nuts, fruit
    • Seeds, nuts, insects
    • Snails, frogs, beetles
  • 13. Try again
  • 14. Correct
  • 15. Think about it!
    • What are the three animal groups?
    • Herbivores, omnivores, carnivores
    • Can you name 2 of each type of animal?
    • How are the animals grouped?
    • Carnivores-alligator, tiger
    • Herbivore-cow, panda
    • Omnivore-raccoon, human
    The animals are grouped by what they eat.