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If you are teaching the four most well-known classes of invertebrates (animals without backbones) – mollusks, annelids, cnidarians, and arthropods, then this set of handouts is a perfect supplementary source for your classroom. This PDF file contains a set of no prep required handouts for interactive Science notebooks. It is ideal for your unit of Animal Classification.
This file includes the following:
♦ memo cards/ flashcards (size 1/4 page: colorful and BW) with the characteristics of invertebrates, bivalves, cephalopods, gastropods, annelids, cnidarians, mollusks, and arthropods
♦ colorful posters to illustrate each class of invertebrate: mollusk, arthropod, cnidarian, and annelid; each poster contains a QR code linked to the YouTube video explaining the characteristics of each animal class; also there are 4 colorful posters with an example of an invertebrate of each class; each example poster contains an interesting fact about the animal
♦ foldables of arthropods: butterfly, dragonfly, and a ladybug (B&W and color). The possible key information is also included.
♦ vocabulary foldables to explain the words: invertebrates, bivalves, cephalopods, gastropods, annelids, cnidarians, mollusks, arthropods, larva, and pupa. The third foldable is blank so you and your kids could add your own words. The possible meaning explanations are also included
♦ 6 Venn Diagram Foldables comparing: mollusks and cnidarians, mollusks and annelids, mollusks and arthropods, cnidarians and annelids, cnidarians and arthropods, annelids and arthropods. The possible answers are also included.
♦ Time filler 1-page Maze worksheets (9 pages total). The answers are included.
♦ Concept map foldables (B&W and color): classification of invertebrates and classification of mollusks. The possible key information is also included.
There are open-ended ways to use these handouts. Use them to test their critical observation skills while comparing and contrasting each individual class of animals. Use it as the introduction to the unit of Classifying Organisms, homework activity or test their understanding of the animal characteristics. You might find the teacher's tips and notes useful in your journey with these no prep printables. Have fun with it!
It is colorful! It is interactive! It is fun! It is goals achieving! Works excellent for interactive Science class activities.
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