5th Grade Ch. 1 Lesson 2 How do We Classify vertebrates
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  • 1. Ch. 1 Lesson 2 How do we classify vertebrates?
  • 2. animal features multicellular can not make own food can move eat other organisms
  • 3.
    • animals w/ backbones that surround spinal cord
  • 4.  
  • 5. 5 classes of vertebrates fish amphibians reptiles birds mammals
  • 6. mammals
    • hair or fur
    • warm-blooded
    • mother’s milk
    • eg: squirrel
  • 7. reptiles
    • scales
    • cold-blooded
    • lay eggs
    • do not feed young
    • eg: crocodile
  • 8. Sea turtles hatch from eggs laid on beaches.
  • 9. birds
    • feathers
    • warm blooded
    • lay hard shelled eggs- fed by parents
  • 10. Baby birds are born needing to be fed and protected by an adult bird.
  • 11. amphibians
    • cold-blooded
    • soft, moist skin
    • live in water after hatching from eggs-
    • use gills to breathe
    • adults live on land-use lungs to breathe
    • ex: frog, salamander
  • 12.  
  • 13.  
  • 14.  
  • 15. fish
    • live in water
    • cold-blooded
    • scales
    • get oxygen thru. gills
    • lay eggs
  • 16. Legs stick out from sides of bodies Vertebrates 4 legs Scales Lizards Dinosaurs Legs go straight down
  • 17. Dinosaur were like birds b/c:
    • Feathers
    • Wishbone
    • 4 chambered heart like birds & mammals
  • 18. It’s time to play…. ODD ONE OUT
  • 19. a. b. c. d. 3 2 1 Choose ! mammals Correct Answer ! Mammals are not cold blooded. fish amphibians reptiles
  • 20. a. b. c. d. 3 2 1 Choose ! multicellular eat other organisms make their own food can move Correct Answer ! No animal can make its own food.
  • 21. a. b. c. d. 3 2 1 Choose ! feathers fur or hair wishbone 4 chambered heart Correct Answer ! Dinosaurs and birds do not have fur or hair!
  • 22. a. b. c. d. 3 2 1 Choose ! vertebrates 4 legs fur scales Correct Answer ! Dinosaurs and lizards never had fur !
  • 23. a. b. c. d. 3 2 1 Choose ! get oxygen through gills feathers lay eggs live in water Correct Answer ! Fish do not have feathers !
  • 24. a. b. c. d. 3 2 1 Choose ! hair or fur scales warm-blooded drink mother’s milk Correct Answer ! Mammals do not have scales !
  • 25. In your notebook, draw a picture of an animal from each vertebrate group ( fish, amphibians, etc.) Label 2 characteristics - fur, scales, feathers, moist skin, etc. Use your notes from Lesson 2! BIRD- ostrich Has feathers Lays hard shelled eggs MAMMAL- hamster Warm-blooded Drinks mother’s milk