This is a worksheet series that includes over 12 different worksheets and handouts over animals, reproduction, development, invertebrates, vertebrates, classes and phyla! Scroll down for additional details about this product and the worksheets included in this bundle.
Other Animal Material:
Invertebrate and Vertebrate PowerPoint
Reproduction, Nutrient Absorption, and Regulation PowerPoint
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Worksheets Included in this bundle:
1. Animal Reproduction: Sexual Reproduction Questions
These are questions, short answer, fill in the blank, and matching that reviews reproduction in animals. Students will need to be able to identify the types of reproduction in andimals describe the difference between asexual and sexual reproduction in animals, and the process of reproduction in animals.
2. Animalia Graphic Organizer
This is a graphic organizer with the primary objective for students to identify characteristics of the kingdom Animalia. It is already constructed with the areas students have to fill in, so it can be a quick assignment for students to gain understanding without so much busy work.
3. Body Plan and Symmetry Review
This is an activity students will use to identify the differences in the various types of symmetry: assymetrical, bilaterial, and radial. Students are given several pictures of organisms and must determine what type of symmetry they have.
4. Comparing Vertebrates and Invertebrates
This is an activity that will work great with multiple age groups and skill levels. Students are presented with a Venn Diagram and must determine the similarities and differences between invertebrates and vertebrates. Then, students must reflect on the information in the Venn Diagram and determine if there are more similarities or differences.
5. Phylum Description Chart Worksheet
This is a simple chart that requires students to isolate information from each phylum under the kingdom Animalia. Students will have to know the phyla and identify key characteristics and examples of each.
6. Where do I Belong? Animal Phyla Edition
This is a worksheet where students will have to isolate specific facts of each phyla under the Animalia kingdom. They are given clues and using those clues or organisms will have to assign them to a phylum that they have learned about.
7. Vertebrata Class Description Chart Worksheet
This is a simple chart that requires students to isolate information from each class under the subphylum Vertebrata. Students will have to know the phyla and identify key characteristics and examples of each.
8. Where do I belong? Vertebrata Classes Edition Worksheet
This is a worksheet where students will have to isolate specific facts of each class under the Vertebrata subphylum. They are given clues and using those clues or organisms will have to assign them to a phylum that they have learned about.
9. Animal Symmetry and Phyla Chart
This is a simple charge that requires students to first identify which phylum each animal belongs to from a list of animals. Then, students will have to determine which set of symmetry each animals has. This will further help students recognize symmetry patterns among the animal phyla and recognize certain symmetry patterns among animal groups.
10. Nutrient Absorption in Animals Review
This worksheet follows along with the PowerPoint presentation Biology! Animals: Nutrient Absorption (or the longer PowerPoint Biology! Animals: Reproduction, Regulation, and Nutrient Absorption). 10 questions are fill in the blank identifying what type of gut (blind or complete) each phyla has. 10 additional questions are matching identifying specialized sections of complete guts and cells of the sponges as well as other blind guts.
11. Sponge Labeling
This is a labeling diagram of a sponge. Students will have to identify Ostia, Osculum, Choanocyte, Amebocyte, Ectoderm, and Spicule on the diagram.
12. Arthropod Coloring and Labeling
This is a labeling and coloring worksheet. Students are given 7 images of various arthropods from the classes Crustacea, Myriapoda, Arachnida, and Insecta. Students first must identify the class that the arthropod belongs to. Next, students must color specific features such as the head, thorax, abdomen, and/or cephalothorax various colors outlined on the worksheet. This will allow students to compare and contrast animals within the same phylum but different classes.
New! Vocabulary Included!
Body Plan - Fill in the Blank & Open Ended Assessment
Body Systems - Fill in the Blank & Open Ended Assessment
Embryology I - Fill in the Blank & Open Ended Assessment
Embryology II - Fill in the Blank & Open Ended Assessment