Worksheet on Animals Around Us

Worksheet on animals around us contains the various types of questions about the different kinds of animals.

Read the concept to answers the questions of the different types of animals we see around us.

I. Answer the following questions:

1. What is the difference between pet animals and domestic animals?

2. What are birds?

3. How many legs an insect have?

4. What is the different between amphibians and reptiles?

5. What are mammals?

II. Fill in the blanks:

1. Mammals feed their ________ with milk.

2. ________ help birds to fly.

3. Reptiles __________ on the ground.

4. Insects have ________ legs.

5. Animals that give birth to their child are called ________.

III. Put a tick (√) against the correct sentences and cross (X) against the wrong ones.

1. Domestic animal are useless.

2. Lion is a domestic animal.

3. Peacock is an insect.

4. Insects have four legs.

5. Snake is a reptile.

IV. Match the Following:

1. Domestic

2. Wild Animal

3. Amphibian

4. Milch animal

(a) live both on land and in water.

(b) gives milk

(c) found in jungle.

(d) animals are very useful to us.

V. Give two examples of each:

1. Animals that live on land.

2. Animals that live in water.

3. Animals that live both on land and in water.

4. Animals that live on trees.

5. Birds that cannot fly.

6. Insects that can fly.

Check the answers of the worksheet on animals around us:



1.               Pet animals

Pet animals are kept just for fun.

Cat and dog are pet animals.

               Domestic animals

Domestic animals are very useful to us.

Cow and goat are domestic animals.

2. Birds are the animals that can fly. Their wings help them to fly. They have two legs and two wings. They have a beak. Some birds are sparrow and pigeon.

3. Insects have six legs

4.                  Amphibians

The animals that can live both in water and on land are called amphibians.

Frog and turtle are amphibians.


The animals that crawl along with the ground are called reptiles.

Lizard, and snake are replies.

5. Mammals give birth to their babies and feed them with their own milk.

Monkey and human being are mammals.

II. 1. babies

2. wings

3. crawl

4. six

5. mammals

III. 1. X

2. X

3. X

4. X


IV. 1. Domestic            (d) animals are very useful to us.

      2. Wild Animal        (c) found in jungle.

      3. Amphibian          (a) live both on land and in water.

      4. Milch animal        (b) gives milk


V. 1. Elephant and deer

2. fish and frog

3. frog and tortoise

4. monkey and squirrel

5. ostrich and penguin

6. butterfly and housefly

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