Eating Habits of Animals


Students will be able to:

  • Classify animals into herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores based on their eating habits.
  • Explain and provide examples of the eating habits and related characteristics of herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores.
  • Describe food chains and share interesting facts about these animals through information gathering.
  • Participate in games designed to increase their motivation and interest.
  • This activity is recommended to be conducted before or after a zoo visit. Students will integrate their observations of real animals with their classroom learning.


  • Multimedia Teaser: This Originals animation aims to improve students' learning motivation. By the end, students will be presented with a thought-provoking question. Students can use Class Swift to upload their responses.
  • Online Zoo: Watch the zoo in action from the classroom. Use the embedded browser to navigate websites without leaving the application.
  • Drag and Drop Activity: Classify the animals according to their eating habits.
  • Animal Research Sheet: Use an Originals organization template to write down the characteristics, the food chain, and interesting facts about the animal.
  • Group Discussion: Eucalyptus leaves are poisonous to many animals. Why can koalas eat them? Turn on participate mode to divide the whiteboard into smaller whiteboards for students to answer and discuss.
  • Originals Online Game: How much do you remember from the class? Let’s compete through the Monopoly game, test out our knowledge of various animals, and see who can become the animal master.