Checkout my Freebie "Classifying Vertebrates" to get a taste of what 1/10 booklets featured in this massive bundle includes.
This fantastic unit features:
10 separate documents
1 student booklet (43 pgs)
Classifying Invertebrates Mini-booklet (10 pgs)
Classifying Vertebrates Mini-booklet (10 pgs)
Butterfly Study Booklet (including information, worksheets) (18 pgs)
Mealworm Study Booklet (including information, worksheets) (18 pgs)
Butterfly Observation Journal
Mealworm Observation Journal
Animal Mouths Presentation (to go along with worksheet in student booklet)
Animal Report Template
Animal Life Cycles Test
- Classify a variety of animals, based on observable characteristics; e.g., limbs, teeth, body covering, overall shape, backbone.
- Observe and describe the growth and development of at least one living animal, as the animal develops from early to more advanced stages.
- Predict the next stages in the growth and development of at least one animal from each of the following groups: mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, amphibians, insects; and - - identify similarities and differences in their developmental sequences.
- Identify the food needs of at least one animal from each of the following groups: mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, amphibians, insects; and describe changes in how each animal obtains food through different stages of its life.
- Demonstrate awareness that parental care is characteristic of some animals and not of others, and identify examples of different forms of parental care.
- Demonstrate awareness that animals require different habitats in order to meet their basic needs of food, water, shelter and space.
- Recognize adaptations of a young animal to its environment, and identify changes in its relationship to its environment as it goes through life; e.g., tadpoles are adapted for life in an aquatic environment; adult frogs show adaptations to both terrestrial and aquatic environments.
- Identify examples of environmental conditions that may threaten animal survival, and identify examples of extinct animals.
- Recognize that habitat preservation can help maintain animal populations, and identify ways that student actions can assist habitat preservation.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the needs of animals studied,
and demonstrate skills for their care.