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Lesson Worksheet: Interactions Science

In this worksheet, we will practice describing the interaction of living things with nonliving things in their habitats and using evidence to determine if a living thing can survive in a given habitat.

Q1:

Fill in the blank: The word interact means “when components of a habitat act on .

  • Aone another
  • Bnonliving things
  • Cthemselves
  • Dliving things

Q2:

Consider the interaction between an organism and its habitat.

Scene of a wild rabbit in a burrow.

Fill in the blank: Rabbits burrow in the ground to find .

  • Awater
  • Bshelter
  • Cfood
  • Dinsects

Q3:

How does this living thing interact with nonliving things to get shelter?

Young rabbit waiting by burrow.
  • AIt burrows in the ground.
  • BIt eats grass.
  • CIt swims in water.
  • DIt hops on grass.

Q4:

What do animals do when their habitat does not meet any of their needs?

  • AThey move to another habitat.
  • BThey find different food.
  • CThey stay in their habitat.
  • DThey build a new shelter.

Q5:

This fish lives in an aquatic habitat. It finds shelter and food in water. It can survive in an aquatic habitat but not in a woodland habitat.

Underwater picture of sergeant fish swiming in the blue thai sea

This rabbit lives in a woodland habitat. It eats grass on land and shelters in a burrow underground. It can survive in a woodland habitat but not in an aquatic habitat.

young rabbit waiting by burrow

Fill in the blank: A rabbit is not able to survive in an aquatic habitat because it finds food and shelter .

  • Aon land and underground
  • Bin treetops
  • Cunderwater

Q6:

Which picture shows an interaction between an organism and its habitat?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • DAll of the answers are correct.

Q7:

This is a bird’s nest.

Jay's nest with baby birds

What is it made from?

  • ARocks and mud
  • BSticks and leaves
  • CSand and water
  • DNone of the answers are correct.

Q8:

Fill in the blank: Rabbits need for food.

Cottontail rabbit sitting on the grass.

  • Arocks
  • Binsects
  • Cgrass
  • Danimals

Q9:

Madison is unsure about what the word survival means.

What is the best description of the word survival?

  • ATo die
  • BTo continue to live
  • CTo stand
  • DTo continue to sleep

Q10:

Animals need food, water, and shelter to survive. Their habitats provide these needs. This rabbit lives in a woodland habitat. It eats grass, shelters in a burrow, which is an underground hole, and drinks water from rivers and puddles. It can hide from foxes in its burrow.

Young rabbit waiting by burrow.

What living things do rabbits interact with?

  • AFoxes and rivers
  • BGrass and foxes
  • CGrass and weather
  • DBurrows and foxes

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