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Summarize the Main Idea 8. How do animals get the energy they need? Tell the difference between meat-eating and © Macmillan/McGraw-Hill plant-eating animals. 34 Chapter 2 • Animals and Their Needs Reading and Writing in Science Use with Lesson 3 How Animals Get Food Name Date Vocabulary How Animals Get Food? Write a word from the box to tell about each picture or complete each sentence below. herbivore carnivore 1. 2. 3. 4. © Macmillan/McGraw-Hill 5. The teeth of a are sharp and pointed so it can eat meat.
4. Herbivores eat . 5. Carnivores eat . 6. An eats both plants and animals.
5. Reptiles have dry skin that is covered with Chapter 2 • Animals and Their Needs Reading and Writing in Science . Use with Lesson 1 Animals Everywhere 23 Outline Name Date 6. Snakes, lizards, and alligators are all . 7. Ants, butterflies, and grasshoppers are all . 8. Insects are animals that have three body parts and legs. Summarize the Main Idea 9. What are some kinds of animals? How are © Macmillan/McGraw-Hill they different? 24 Chapter 2 • Animals and Their Needs Reading and Writing in Science Use with Lesson 1 Animals Everywhere Name Date Vocabulary Animals Everywhere Use the picture clues to help you solve these crisscross puzzles.
A field guide to the butterflies of africa by John George Williams