Worksheet: Grouping Animals
In this worksheet, we will practice on how to group animals in different ways.
Vertebrates (animals with a backbone) can be divided into five classes.
What are these five classes called?
- AAmphibians, birds, algae, fish, and mammals
- BBirds, fish, mammals, reptiles, and molluscs
- CAmphibians, birds, fish, mammals, and reptiles
- DAmphibians, birds, fish, mammals, and marsupials
- EBirds, fish, mammals, reptiles, and insects
Which of these animals is an invertebrate?
- BSea anemone
Crocodiles breathe through their lungs. They lay their eggs on land and they have scaly skin.
Which group of vertebrates does the crocodile belong to?
The animal kingdom is divided into two groups.
Which group do animals with a backbone belong to?
What is an invertebrate?
- AAn animal that has a backbone
- BAn animal that has wings
- CAn animal that has no backbone
- DAn animal that has no wings
Salamanders lay their eggs in the water. When their limbs (legs) are grown, they live on land.
Which group of vertebrates does the salamander belong to?
Which of the following animals is a vertebrate?
Which group of invertebrates do these insects belong to?
Look at this group of reptiles.
What features do all reptiles have?
- BFour legs
Look at this group of mammals.
Which features do this group of mammals have in common?
- BHair or fur
- DFour legs
There are five different groups of vertebrates.
Which class of vertebrates is missing from the diagram?
Look at this group of spiders.
Which of the following features do all spiders have?
- ASix legs
- BTwo legs
- CEight legs
- DFour legs