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3rd Grade Ch. 2 Lesson 1 How are Animals Grouped

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  • 1. Ch. 2 Lesson 1 How are animals grouped?
  • 2. Needs of animals :
  • 3. 1. water
  • 4. 2. oxygen
  • 5. 3. food
  • 6. 4. shelter
  • 7. vertebrate
    • animal with a backbone
  • 8. trait
    • body feature passed on to an animal from it’s parents
    • ex : fish’s gills
  • 9. fish
    • have fins & scales
    • breathe thru. gills
  • 10. mammals
    • feed milk to their young
    • have hair or fur
    • ex: dog, cat
  • 11. reptile
    • dry, scaly skin
    • ex: snake
  • 12. amphibian
    • born in water & most adults live on land
    • smooth, moist skin
    • ex: frog
  • 13. bird
    • hollow bones- help make birds light enough to fly
  • 14. Kid's Corner - Animal Characteristics Game
  • 15. REVIEW TIME
  • 16. water food oxygen shelter Needs of animals
  • 17. vertebrate
    • animal with a backbone
  • 18. Name that vertebrate...
  • 19. mammal
  • 20.
    • Has fins & scales
    fish
  • 21. bird
    • Hollow bones help them to fly
  • 22. bird
  • 23. mammal
    • feed milk to their young
  • 24. amphibian
    • lives in water after hatching from an egg and then lives on land
  • 25. reptile
    • dry, scaly skin
  • 26. Vertebrates animals with a backbone amphibian-frog reptile-iguana mammal-hamster fish-shark bird-penguin
  • 27. invertebrate
    • animal without a backbone
  • 28. sea jellies
    • soft bodies
    • long, stinging body parts
    • jellyfish
  • 29. worms
    • long soft bodies
    • no legs
    • earthworm
  • 30. mollusks
    • soft bodies
    • many have hard shells
    • octopus, snail, clam
  • 31. arthropods My name is Art Thro Pod.
    • legs with joints
    • wear skeletons on outside
    • insect, crab
  • 32. Name that invertebrate...
  • 33. sea jellies
    • soft bodies
    • long, stinging body parts
  • 34. worms
    • long soft bodies
    • no legs
  • 35. worms
    • earthworm
  • 36. sea jellies
  • 37. arthropods
  • 38. arthropods
    • legs with joints
    • wear skeletons on outside
  • 39. mollusks
  • 40. mollusks
    • soft bodies
    • many have hard shells
  • 41. Draw and label 2 pictures of each type of vertebrate. newt seahorse fish frog Fish Amphibian Reptile Bird Mammal
  • 42. invertebrates vertebrates

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