Use this animal adaptation project as an assessment and fun culminating activity! This is specifically geared towards 1st grade science standards, but can be used at other grade levels as well. Please note, students need prior understanding of covering (fur and feathers), feet (talons and webbed),
This is an educational lab with younger grades in mind. It is a fun way for younger kids to study animals. It includes country of origin, skin-fur-feathers, handwriting, habitat, and diet. It is a good way to practice skills, learn new facts, and be able to teach multiple grade levels (you can use t
This lesson will give your students a clear understanding of the basic characteristics of fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. Full-color pictures, diagrams, and explanations of anatomy and physiology are found throughout the comprehensive PowerPoint presentation.
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Animal Unit This packet covers both vertebrate and invertebrate animals. There are worksheets, Montessori style sorting cards, and cut and paste activities. Some of the topics covered and activities include:Body Coverings• Notebook page and sorting cards (feathers, fur, scales or skin) (and a tracin