Habitat Animal Printouts. The Earth has many different environments, varying in temperature, moisture, light, and many other factors.
Learn about cells in these activities and informational pages.
Biology Label Me! Elementary-level Printouts. Read the definitions then label the diagrams.
Animal Label Me! Elementary-level Printouts. Read the definitions then label the diagrams.
Learn how to write a good animal report, includes a rubric as well.
Graphic organizers useful when writing animal reports.
Vertebrates are animals that have a backbone. Learn about them with these fun printouts.
Paint animals in these interactive pages!
Printable animal coloring pages (many include informational segments as well).
The 25 most popular animal printout pages.
Print out animal pages to color, featuring easier designs.
Coloring pages on the topics of various animal life cycles.
Learn about how animals get their energy.
Print out animal pages/information sheets to color. These are all animals that have a camouflaged look to them.
Printouts featuring various endangered animals.
Printouts featuring animals which hibernate.
Some animals migrate, traveling to avoid bad weather and other obstacles. These printouts feature those migrating animals.
These animal printouts feature animals which use a toxin or poison to kill prey or defend themselves.
Animal groups and babies often have strange names. Learn all the unique names for baby animals here.
Explore mammals, learn about their anatomy and behavior, study fossils and the evolution of mammals, print out classroom activities, find mammal links, and more.
Learn all about apes, including gibbons, siamangs, gorillas, chimpanzees, orangutans, and people.
Crafts, rhymes, and printouts; All about dogs!
Various pages about cats, including crafts, rhymes, and printouts.
Learn all about elephants and mammoths by viewing these fun pages!
Learn about horses in this informative horse printout/coloring page.
Bear pages: informational, printouts, coloring, etc.
Rodent Printouts. Rodents are relatively small, prolific mammals.
Bat crafts, printouts, activities, rhymes, and more!
Whales are large aquatic mammals that breathe air through blowhole(s) into lungs (unlike fish which breathe using gills).
Learn about many different dinosaur genera, dinosaur anatomy, dinosaur extinction, dinosaur games and jokes, dinosaur fossils, dinosaur art, dino stories, and more.
This glossary explains basic paleontological terms.
T. rex was a huge meat-eating dinosaur that lived during the late Cretaceous period.
Amphibians are vertebrates that spend part of their lives under water (breathing with gills) and the remainder on land (breathing with lungs). View many coloring activities about them here!
Frog pages including: Crafts, Rhymes, Activities, and Printouts.
Salamanders are amphibians, animals that begin their lives in the water breathing with gills; as they mature, they develop lungs and breathe air.
Newts are brightly colored salamanders. Learn all about them in this informational page.
Print out reptile pages/information sheets to color.
Learn about different types of turtles and tortoises.
Print out snake pages/information sheets to color.
Print out Lizard pages/information sheets to color.
Alligators are large, semi-aquatic carnivorous reptiles with four legs and a huge tail.
American Crocodile printout. American Crocodiles are large, carnivorous lizards with an elongated, tapered snout.
Crustaceans are a group of animals that have a hard exoskeleton, jointed legs, and a segmented body that is bilaterally symmetrical.
Mollusks are a phylum of soft-bodied invertebrate animals.
Cephalopods are a class of mollusks that includes the octopus, squid, cuttlefish, and nautilus.
Arthropods are the most numerous animals on Earth. They are animals that have an exoskeleton, a segmented body, and jointed legs.
Print out animal pages/information sheets to color about insects.
Learn about many different types of butterflies and moths.
Arachnid are animals that have an exoskeleton, a two-part segmented body, and 8 jointed legs.
Gastropod (also called univalves) are a type of mollusk that have a single valve (shell) and a muscular foot.
These spiny-skinned invertebrates have five-fold symmetry and live on the ocean floor.