Monkey Facts: Lesson for Kids

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What kind of animal is a monkey?

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1. What is a group of monkeys called?

2. What do most monkeys eat?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

You can check what you know about such facts as where monkeys live and what they eat with the practice questions in this quiz and worksheet duo. This multiple choice quiz can be taken at any time and as many times as needed to show a full understanding of this animal.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You will answer questions about:

  • What kind of animal monkeys are
  • The word used to describe a group of monkeys
  • The difference between monkeys and apes

Skills Practiced

  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast monkeys and apes
  • Information recall - remember what type of animal a monkey is
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about where monkeys are found and what they eat

Additional Learning

Monkey Facts: Lesson for Kids provides more details about these fun animals. The lesson teaches you:

  • What characterizes or identifies monkeys as a particular kind of animal
  • The physical appearance of monkeys
  • How many different types of monkeys there are
  • The eating habits of monkeys
  • Fun facts such as why monkeys groom or clean each other and where spider monkeys get their name
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