Teaching Resource

Plant and Animal Adaptations - Structural Adaptation Posters

PDF | 8 pages|Grades: 5 - 6

A set of 8 posters highlighting some physical adaptations of plants and animals.

Use this set of posters to explain how particular adaptations help plants and animals survive in different environments.

These educational posters describe structural adaptations for:

  • polar bears
  • camels
  • frill-necked lizard
  • sharks
  • frogs
  • eagles
  • rainforest plants
  • cacti

Download the full-colour version to use as a display in your classroom, or choose the black and white download option for hand-outs. You may also like to use the black and white version for colouring activities, and have students draw, paint or collage the environment that each animal is best suited to.

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