Life Science-Biology of Fish
Grade: Kindergarten
By: Tiffany Sutton
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 Today we are going to learn about a living organism
called a fish. Three things we are going to learn about
are:

What ...
Fish are living organisms. Like humans, they have a lot of
body parts that do different things. The three basic body
parts...
 Take a deep breath and blow it out. What body part
did you use? You used your lungs.
 Unlike humans, fish do not have l...
 Take your finger and rub the back of your other hand.
What do you feel? This is your skin.
 Unlike humans, a fish body ...
Fins help fish move through out the water. Some fins
are located on the top of the fish body while others are
located on i...
A. B.
Lets Think About It
Which letter shows the picture of the Fish?
YES, This is a Fish
Its actual name is a shark but it is still a fish because
it lives in the water, has gills, fins, and ...
A. B.
Lets Think About It
Which letter shows the picture of the Fish?
Yes, This is a Fish
This is a fish because it lives in the water, has gills, fins,
and scales.
Environment
Unlike people, fish live in water. It does not matter the
size of the water. You may find fish in a pond, in t...
Some people keep fish as a pet. These fish are placed
inside of a fishbowl or aquarium. The most common
aquariums are in z...
Time to Eat
Fish that live in the ocean, river, or ponds eat other fish
Worms, and algae. Algae is like a plant. But most ...
Fish that live in fish tanks, often have a different diet. Their
owners give them fish food.
Time to Eat
1. Fish live in: __________
Correct, Fish live in Water!
2. Three basic parts of a fish are: ___________
Correct: Fin, Sca...
3. Fish in the Ocean eat: ____________
Correct. Fish in the ocean eat other fish and
worms.
4. Fish in a fish tank eat: __...
5. A fish uses its _________ to swim faster.
Correct, A fish uses its fins to help swim.
6. Fish that are pets live in a:_...
 Slide 1 fish: ://animals.phillipmartin.info/animal_fish.htm
 Fish outline on slide 2 : http://www.polyvore.com/fish_out...
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  1. 1. Life Science-Biology of Fish Grade: Kindergarten By: Tiffany Sutton http
  2. 2.  Today we are going to learn about a living organism called a fish. Three things we are going to learn about are:  What Will We Learn? 1. Fish Body Parts 2. Where They Live 3. What They Eat
  3. 3. Fish are living organisms. Like humans, they have a lot of body parts that do different things. The three basic body parts of a fish are: 1. Gill 2. Fin 3. Scales Fishy Facts
  4. 4.  Take a deep breath and blow it out. What body part did you use? You used your lungs.  Unlike humans, fish do not have lungs. Instead they use their gills to breath. A fish opens and closes it’s mouth to take in water. Oxygen is found in the water. Gill (g-i-ll) http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/education/questions/questions.html
  5. 5.  Take your finger and rub the back of your other hand. What do you feel? This is your skin.  Unlike humans, a fish body is covered in scales. The scales protects the fish skin from harm. Scale (sc-a-l) http://www.versaquatics.com/fishanatomy.htm
  6. 6. Fins help fish move through out the water. Some fins are located on the top of the fish body while others are located on its tail. Fins are made of bones and are very flexible. Fin (f-i-n) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish_anatomy
  7. 7. A. B. Lets Think About It Which letter shows the picture of the Fish?
  8. 8. YES, This is a Fish Its actual name is a shark but it is still a fish because it lives in the water, has gills, fins, and scales. http://www.elasmo-research.org/education/white_shark/scales.htm
  9. 9. A. B. Lets Think About It Which letter shows the picture of the Fish?
  10. 10. Yes, This is a Fish This is a fish because it lives in the water, has gills, fins, and scales.
  11. 11. Environment Unlike people, fish live in water. It does not matter the size of the water. You may find fish in a pond, in the backyard, or a big body of water such as a river or ocean. Now that we can identify a fish, lets learn about where fish live.
  12. 12. Some people keep fish as a pet. These fish are placed inside of a fishbowl or aquarium. The most common aquariums are in zoos. Have you ever saw fish in a zoo? To keep fish as pets, the owner has to feed the fish and keep their environment clean. Fish in Aquariums
  13. 13. Time to Eat Fish that live in the ocean, river, or ponds eat other fish Worms, and algae. Algae is like a plant. But most often a big fish will eat the medium fish and a medium fish will eat a smaller fish. So far we have learned how to identify a fish and where fish live. Now lets talk about what fish eat. http://www.fun-science-project-ideas.com/What-is- Algae.html
  14. 14. Fish that live in fish tanks, often have a different diet. Their owners give them fish food. Time to Eat
  15. 15. 1. Fish live in: __________ Correct, Fish live in Water! 2. Three basic parts of a fish are: ___________ Correct: Fin, Scales, and Gills Now lets review. Follow along on your paper while I read each question aloud.
  16. 16. 3. Fish in the Ocean eat: ____________ Correct. Fish in the ocean eat other fish and worms. 4. Fish in a fish tank eat: ____________ Correct. Fish in a fish tank eat fish food. Let’s Review
  17. 17. 5. A fish uses its _________ to swim faster. Correct, A fish uses its fins to help swim. 6. Fish that are pets live in a:______________ Correct, Aquarium or fish tank Let’s Review
  18. 18.  Slide 1 fish: ://animals.phillipmartin.info/animal_fish.htm  Fish outline on slide 2 : http://www.polyvore.com/fish_outline_give_me_credit/thing?id=8944284  Slide 4 and 6 Fish: http://free-clipart.net/  Slide 5 Fish: http://mrg.bz/WbU2yK  Slide 7duck: http://animalphotos.info/a/  Slide 7and 8 shark: http://animals.phillipmartin.info/animal_shark.htm  Slide 9 and 10 (fish) : Oaks, Linda. bluetang.jpg. 2008. Pics4Learning. 28 Oct 2010 http://pics.tech4learning.com/details.php?img=bluetang2.jpg  Slide 11 http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/images/results.aspx?qu=pond#ai:MC900446338|  Slide 12: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/images/results.aspx?qu=fish&origin=FX101741979#ai:MC900059147|  Slide 13 Fish Life Cycle: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/images/results.aspx?qu=fish+eating#ai:MC900441389|  Slide 14 Fish Food: http://office.microsoft.com/en- us/images/results.aspx?qu=fish&origin=FX101741979#ai:MC900040391| | Reference

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