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Animal Report Graphic Organizers

Many graphic organizers are useful to help prepare for writing a report on animals. Before writing, the student should think about and list the major topics that will be researched and covered in the report --using a the graphic organizer lets the student list the traits (and perhaps come up with others) in a simple visual way. Then during the research, the chart can be filled in, and more categories may be discovered and added.

Some of the topics that should be researched in an animal report include the animal's anatomy, habitat and range, diet, enemies, lifespan, scientific name (and classification), its endangered status, method of reproduction (or life cycle), and other interesting facts.

For a page on how to write an animal report, click here.

For a page on how to write a dinosaur report, click here.

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Printouts Useful for Preparing for an Animal Report:


Simple Animal Report Worksheet

Draw the animal, then write about the animal's anatomy, diet, where it lives, and interesting facts.


Animal Report Chart Printout

A chart with 2 columns and 8 rows, labeled: anatomy, diet, habitat, range, reproduction (lifecycle), enemies, protection, endangered status, classification, interesting facts.


Animal Report Chart Printout #2

A chart with 2 columns and 8 rows, labeled: anatomy, diet, habitat, range, reproduction (lifecycle), enemies, protection, endangered status, classification, interesting facts, and a picture of the animal.


Insect Report Chart Printout

A chart to help with an insect report with areas to fill in the insect's common name, scientific name, anatomy, lifecycle, diet, enemies, protection, habitat, range, classification, endangered status, interesting facts, and a drawing of the insect.


Dinosaur Report Chart Printout

A chart with 2 columns and 8 rows for organizing a report on an extinct animal, labeled: Name (what it means, who named it), Anatomy (size, etc.), Diet, Enemies, Protection, What fossils have been found, Range (Where it lived), When it lived, Classification, Interesting facts.


Blank 2x10 Chart Printout

A blank chart with 2 columns and 10 rows, unlabeled.


Fishbone Diagram Printout

A labeled fishbone diagram with eight ribs (each with 3 levels of detail), labeled diet, anatomy, habitat, range, enemies, protection, classification, and interesting facts.


Fishbone Diagram Printout

An unlabeled fishbone diagram with eight ribs (each with 3 levels of detail).


Fishbone Diagram Printout

An unlabeled fishbone diagram with eight ribs (each with 4 levels of detail).


Fishbone Diagram Printout

An unlabeled fishbone diagram with eight ribs (each with 5 levels of detail).


8 Labeled Squares Diagram Printout

8 labeled squares around a main square, labeled: anatomy, diet, habitat, range, reproduction (lifecycle), enemies, protection, interesting facts.


8 Squares Diagram Printout

8 unlabeled squares around a main square.


8 Circle Options Diagram Printout

8 unlabeled circles around a main oval.


8-option Oval Diagram Printout

8 options around a central oval.


8-pointed Star Diagram Printout

8 blank triangles available around the octagonal main topic space.


8-petal Flower Diagram Printout

8 petals available around the oval.
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Animal Report Wheel

Make an animal report wheel using this 2-page print-out; it consists of a base page together with a wheel that spins around. Use the wheel to write facts about the animal, including: Scientific Name, Type of Animal, Color, Size, Diet, Enemies, Habitat, Range, Life Cycle, Life Span, Endangered?, Something Interesting. Also, draw the animal on the top of the wheel. The student then writes a paragraph on interesting features about the animal.


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