Life of a Turtle

Life of a Turtle
Life of a Turtle
Life of a Turtle
Life of a Turtle
Life of a Turtle
Life of a Turtle
Life of a Turtle
Life of a Turtle
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What Animal has?

eyes that are located behind their ears;

Good hearing;

Toothless;

A strong beak,

Cold-blooded,

can regrow bony & keratin tissues,

the temperature outside determines the sex of our babies?

What do all turtles have in common?

Turtles are classified as Reptiles.

Turtles shell contains nerve endings. This means even the shells can feel.

Turtles are one of the oldest and most primitive group of reptiles and have out-lived many other species.

Turtles are classified into 12 different families.

Freshwater turtles are the largest family of all the turtles.

Turtles are usually divided between:

Tortoises

Turtles

This power point will teach your students all there is to know about the following: Difference between a turtle and tortoise.

Where they live

What they eat

Lots of interesting facts about the following Turtles:

North American Turtles and/or boxing turtles

Spotted

Wood

Muhlenberg's turtles

Painted turtle

Sliders

Diamondback terrapin

Blanding's turtle

Spiny soft shelled

This is a fun, thought provoking lesson. Your students will be a low wiser after you teach them about turtles. Best of all they will have a lot of Respect for these Reptiles.

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29 pages
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Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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