This is set includes many activities that will strengthen your students' knowledge about animal classifications. This set includes:* Animal Classification Pictures for foldable* Animal Characteristics for foldable* Mammal Poster* Amphibian Poster* Reptile Poster* Fish Poster* Bird Poster* 6 Page An
Would you like to teach your students about 6 different animal groups? This non-fiction unit could last you 6 or more weeks. It is filled with informational text on birds, insects, amphibians, reptiles, mammals, & fish. Each unit has activities to guide the instruction of each group. Loads of
ANIMALS is a complete science unit. It contains everything you need to teach your kindergarten and first grade students about animal classification in a FUN and engaging way. From worksheets to hands-on science investigations and everything in between this packet is full of kid- friendly and teacher
Students will love learning all about animals with this fun and engaging resource. This unit includes reading passages, comprehension questions, tri-fold booklets, vocabulary posters, and activities for each of the five animal groups. The following animal groups are highlighted in this unit:⭐Mammals
This picture sort can be done in whole group or a center. There are 30 different COLOR animal cards to sort for each group, headers, a recording sheet, a picture sheet with b/w pictures to cut and paste, and an answer key.
Animal Unit for Grade 2! Students love learning about the animal families through this unit! This booklet includes 74 pages of enjoyable activities using easy to understand language. Activities integrate Language Art concepts making the science lessons comprehensive. The unit includes all the worksh
Engage your class in an exciting hands on science experience learning all about animal groups and animal classification for birds and mammals, reptiles and amphibians, fish, insects and spiders. This 6 week-long animal groups science unit bundle is a perfect way to learn about all things animal and
Bring animal classification to life within your classroom as you examine and sort these animal photos. Sort them according to the animal classes of mammals, reptiles, birds, fish, and amphibians. Great for whole group discussions or science centers. After sorting, there are great NO-PREP pages for r
This animal parts worksheet set will allow students to demonstrate what they know about the parts that animal have. Students will look at the animals, cut out the words and paste them next to the correct part of the animal's body. Animal groups include mammal, bird, fish, reptile and amphibian. Ther
Animal Classification Sort - Mammals, Birds, Fish, Reptiles, and Amphibians(With Real Pictures)Looking for a hand-on interactive printable. Then look no further!This sort focuses on mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, and amphibians.Students will cut, sort, and glue the images under the correct class.Al
Use this resource to teach your students about animals and
animal classification. The types of animals covered are:
mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, fish, and insects.
What is included:
There are two, nine page mini-books in black & white. Each
Reinforce your learning about animal classes with this fun scavenger hunt writing activity! Post pictures of mammals, fish, birds, reptiles, and amphibians around your room and let students search, sort, and write. Perfect to add to your science journals too!!
Worried about wall space?? Small cards
This unit contains plans to help you teach lessons on the different animal groups including mammals, insects, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish. I have included a science journal with a page on each animal, homework activity, interenet links, report graphic organizers for each animal group, art
Bring the five animal classes to life in your classroom with these vivid animal flash cards! Work on visual discrimination and problem solving skills as you decide whether the animals are mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, or fish.This activity comes with:-66 animal picture cards, with the name o
12 science poems that help teach the following: characteristics of mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds, fish and insects; how to tell if something is living/nonliving; needs of animals; “tricky mammals” (people, bats, whales, dolphins); that jellyfish and starfish are not fish; examples of mammals
- 13 Science Vocabulary Cards with Pictures
- A Cold-Blooded and Warm-Blooded Picture/Word Sort and Recording Sheet
- An Amphibian, Bird, Fish, Mammal, and Reptile Picture Word Sort and Recording Sheet
- Chart labels for amphibians, birds, fishes, mammals, and reptiles with fact
This document provides students with the opportunity to identify how the five classes of animals are classified into different groups based upon whether or not they have scales, skin, feathers, etc. It also uses how they breathe, whether they are warm or cold-blooded and whether or not they lay egg
Use these colorful, engaging posters to introduce, reinforce, or review information about each classification of animal. Each poster includes important distinguishing features of each type of animal!
You might also be interested in my Animal Classification Informational Reading Passages & Quest
I Spy Mammals, Birds, Fish, Amphibians, and Reptiles can be used as a science center activity or coloring pages for introducing or reviewing a study of vertebrates.Students may need to research the animals to discover their classification information. These pages are helpful in tutoring sessions wit
This is a science classification activity to use as a center or small group teaching tool for preschool, Kindergarten and First Grade. The six main classes of animals are featured, with insects representing the arthropods class. Mammals Birds Insects Fish Reptiles and Amphibians
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This Amazing Animals pack is a series of outlines that you can use with your textbook, online resources and others to help your students learn about the different types of animals. Also included is an answer key and an animal report outline and checklist.
Print of the outlines and make in student
This product has seven PowerPoint Presentations: What Is An Animal?, What Is a Mammal?, What Is a Bird?, What Is a Fish?, What Is An Amphibian?, What Is a Reptile?, What Is Extinct?. Each PowerPoint has 10-15 slides that are visually engaging, with audio and some animation effects. It is designed fo
Students will practice identifying mammals, reptiles, fish, birds, insects, and amphibians using 60 Digital, Interactive, and Paperless Boom Life Science Tasks Cards. Perfect for K-3rd grade students to identify physical characteristics and differences of animals. This resource can be used with Goog