Amphibians Lesson for Kids: Definition & Facts - Quiz & Worksheet

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Where do amphibians live?

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1. What is NOT a type of amphibian?

2. What kind of animal can regenerate a lost limb?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Our interactive quiz is made up of multiple-choice questions about amphibians. You'll need to remember all kinds of interesting facts about amphibians in order to be successful on this quiz.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

We would like to see if you know about:

  • Amphibian habitats
  • Limb regeneration
  • Which animals are Amphibians and which are not
  • Life cycles of frogs
  • Cold-blooded animals

Skills Practiced

This quiz will allow you to practice the following skills:

  • Reading comprehension - see if you understood important information from the amphibians lesson
  • Critical thinking - use what you know about amphibians to pick out the animal that is not an amphibian
  • Information recall - remember the life cycle of frogs and which animal can regenerate its limbs
  • Defining key concepts - define what cold-blooded means

Additional Learning

You can learn more about amphibians with our lesson, Amphibians Lesson for Kids: Definition & Facts. You'll learn all kinds of interesting facts about amphibians including:

  • How frogs absorb water
  • What makes a frog's tongue unique
  • The difference between worms and caecilians
  • What metamorphosis means
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