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Animals - Pets (Identifying)
People keep lots of different animals as pets - even rats!

Animals - Pets (Identifying)

This quiz addresses the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 Science for children aged 5 and 6 in years 1 and 2. Specifically this quiz is aimed at the section dealing with animals and identifying and naming well-known pets.

Do you have a pet animal? What is its name? Lots of families have well-known pets that you could identify. Some people have lots of cats and dogs. Other people have horses. Other people have smaller animals, like rabbits and hamsters. A few people have not so well-known pets that you might not be able to identify, like scorpions or lizards. Why do so many people - old and young - keep a pet? How do you look after a pet? Can you name these pets?

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Anna keeps fish as pets. Where do the fish live?
In a cup
In a tank
In a river
In the sea
Some people keep fish in ponds in their gardens
Not all pets live in houses. Where does a horse live?
In a hutch
In a greenhouse
In a stable
In a shop
What is a small horse called? - A pony
What do most cats like to drink?
How do cats drink?
It is Christmas. Alice has been given a puppy as a present. Alice’s Dad says,
‘Now, you will have to _____  _____  _____.’
Give it back
Give it away
Look at it
Look after it
Alice must look after her new pet
Jo’s grandma has a pet dog. Jo says, ‘Her dog is grandma’s best _____.’
Pets are often called ‘best friends’. Who is your best friend?
Tanya has a pet rabbit. It lives outside in a _____.
What is Tanya doing?
Jack is going to take his dog for a walk. What does he need?
A basket
A lead
An umbrella
A tin of dog food
Have you ever taken a dog for a walk?
Which of these pets can climb trees?
If a dog is about, a cat will often climb a tree to get out of the way!
Hamsters are often kept in cages. Why is there a wheel in the hamster’s cage?
So the hamster can get plenty of exercise
So the hamster can get plenty of fresh air
So the hamster has plenty of food
So the hamster has plenty of clean water
The hamster needs all these things. But it runs in the wheel. It is for exercise
Sasha has a pet dog. Sasha buys the dog a toy bone. The toy bone is made of rubber. What does the dog do with the toy bone?
Eats it
Chews it
Puts it in the bin
Wraps it up
Chewing is good for dogs. It keeps their teeth strong and clean
Author:  David Bland

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