Herbivores Omnivores and Carnivores Posters

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  • , rated this resource Oct 15th
  • Hi, It lists dog as a carnivore and not an omnivore. Thanks, Mark

    , Sep 28th
    • Hi mbolton2016,
      Thank you so much for getting in touch! It's lovely to hear from you :) I have looked into this and, due to their intestinal length, dogs have sometimes been classified as carnivores, or falling between carnivore and omnivore. However general consensus it that dogs are carnivores because they are not well equipped to extract nutrition from plant matter. I hope this helps!

      , Sep 28th
  • Love these posters! Will use them as a part of my Science display (Y3).

    , Sep 9th
  • Thanks

    , Apr 22nd
  • teaching Y1s who eats what in science

    , May 20th
  • food ks2 homework

    , Apr 28th
  • Great thank you, helpful for my topic Animals including Humans

    , Feb 21st
  • Love this resource, it's so colourful and eye-catching for the children.

    , Jan 29th
This resource covers the main vocabulary for this topic, with a different key word or phrase on each poster and one of our own hand drawn images to illustrate it. Great for display, as discussion prompts, and reference.
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