Teaching Resource

Comparing Living Things Venn Diagram

PDF | 2 pages|Grade: 1

A Venn diagram worksheet to use when comparing the external features of living things.

Use this teaching resource when teaching Biological Sciences and how to compare the external features of living things.

This worksheet includes statements to describe an ant and an earthworm.

Ask the students to cut out the statements, before sorting and gluing them onto the correct section of the Venn diagram.

A non-specific Venn diagram has been created so that you can use it to compare other small animals.

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