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.
Fill in the blank: The word interact means “when components of a habitat act on .”
- Aone another
- Bnonliving things
- Dliving things
Consider the interaction between an organism and its habitat.
Fill in the blank: Rabbits burrow in the ground to find .
How does this living thing interact with nonliving things to get shelter?
- AIt burrows in the ground.
- BIt eats grass.
- CIt swims in water.
- DIt hops on grass.
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.
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.
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.
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
Which picture shows an interaction between an organism and its habitat?
- DAll of the answers are correct.
This is a bird’s nest.
What is it made from?
- ARocks and mud
- BSticks and leaves
- CSand and water
- DNone of the answers are correct.
Fill in the blank: Rabbits need for food.
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
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.
What living things do rabbits interact with?
- AFoxes and rivers
- BGrass and foxes
- CGrass and weather
- DBurrows and foxes