Start by explaining that herbivores are animals that only eat plants. Give some examples of herbivores and some examples of what they might eat. Continue by explaining that carnivores are animals that only eat meat. Display some examples of carnivores, and some examples of what they might eat. Finish by explaining that omnivores are animals that eat both plants and meat, giving examples of both omnivores, and some of the things they like to eat. Ask students to drag the foods a herbivore would eat into the box on the right. Then ask students to drag the foods a carnivore would eat into the box on the right. Finally ask students to drag the foods an omnivore would eat into the box. Remind students that an omnivore would eat everything! Then read the paragraph about rabbits together as a class. Ask students to determine what type of animal a rabbit is. Repeat this with the paragraph about tigers and then bears. Have students drag the animals into the category herbivore, carnivore, and omnivore.