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Newt Facts: Lesson for Kids

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What kind of animal is a newt?

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1. What do newts eat?

2. Where do newts live?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Newts are very neat creatures that kind of look like a fish and a frog put together. To see how much you've learned about newts, the questions in this quiz will ask you about what kind of animal a newt is and how they live.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet will test you on:

  • What newts eat
  • Where they live
  • What type of animal a newt is
  • The definition of a bog
  • What baby newts are called

Skills Practiced

The quiz and worksheet give you a chance to practice the following skills:

  • Reading comprehension - make sure you can draw the most important information from the lesson about newts
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about where these animals like to live
  • Information recall - remember what you've learned about what newts eat

Additional Learning

To learn more about newts, check out the lesson connected with this quiz called Newt Facts: Lesson for Kids. The lesson will cover:

  • What types of animals newts are similar to
  • Where newts begin their life
  • Newts' hibernation
  • Where these animals live when they grow older
  • Where newts lay their eggs
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