Shark Dissection - 3-D Paper Model - Science Interactive Notebook - for biology and life science
This 3-D shark dissection anatomy model
can be used as a dissection-free shark exploration, a pre-dissection study tool, or even as a summative assessment for comparative anatomy. Students will be able to identify and explain the structure and function of the internal and external anatomy of the shark.
This 3-5-day lesson includes:
• 23 PowerPoint slides with bell work, instructions and embedded answer key to handouts
• Shark Guided reading PDF: student friendly reading with descriptions of location, structure and function of each organ
• Shark Template in BLACK LINE AND COLOR
• Extension questions
• Use the PowerPoint to color in their table and shark organs
• Use the provided reading about shark anatomy and prior knowledge to determine the function of 68 shark organs.
• Cut out the shark and its organs
• Glue the shark Scienstructable together using the directions in the PowerPoint
• Use the table and the Scienstructable shark model to learn about shark anatomy
This product is also found in our:Vertebrate 3-D Paper Model Dissection Bundle
which includes our Frog Dissection Model
, Fetal Pig Dissection Model
, Rat Dissection Model
, Cat Dissection Model
and will additionally include a perch and bird when completed in Fall of 2017.
If you like this, you might also love our:
• Invertebrate 3-D Paper Model Dissection Bundle
which will include the earthworm
, starfish, and squid.
• Human Body COMPLETE Bundle
• Human Body Interactive Notebook Activity Bundle
• Human Body Task Cards
• Interactive Notebook Frog Paper Model
Click this link to find out how this lesson fits with your NGSS, TEKS or GSE Science Classroom
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