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  • 1. Unit 4
    ANIMALS
  • 2. Vertebrates
    Animals with bones are called vertebrates.
    Mammals, tortoises, birds, fish and lizards are vertebrates.
  • 3. Invertebrates
    Animals without bones are called invertebrates.
    Flies, snails, crabs, ants and butterflies are all invertebrates.
    snail
    crab
    fly
    ant
    butterfly
  • 4. What do animals eat?
    Animals which eat plants are hervibores.
    They eat grass, leaves, flowers, fruit and vegetables.
    Hippo
    Panda bear
    Zebra
    sheep
  • 5. What do animals eat?
    Animals which eat other animals are carnivores.
    They can eat insects, fish or other animals they catch.
    lion
    chameleon
    cheetah
    shark
  • 6. What do animals eat?
    Animals which eat meat, fish and plants are omnivores.
    Humans, chimpanzees, hedgehogs and pigs are examples of omnivores.
  • 7. Mammals
    All mammals are vertebrates. They have bones.
    They are born live. Mammals are born from their mother´s womb.
    Baby mammals drink their mother´s milk.
    Their body is covered with hair.
    Most mammals have four legs and can walk...
  • 8. Now think...
    Can you think of some mammals that can not walk?
    Can you think of a mammal that can fly?
    Can you think of a mammal with two legs?
  • 9. Whales and Dolphins are mammals.
    They don´t have hair.
    They can not walk, but they can swim and jump.
  • 10. Bats are mammals.
    They can fly.
  • 11. Humans are mammals.
    We only have two legs, but we can walk and run.
  • 12. Birds
    Birds are vertebrates. They have bones.
    They are born from eggs.
    Their bodies are covered with feathers.
    They have wings and a beak.
    Most birds can fly...
    Tail
    Beak
    Wings
  • 13. What birds do you know?
    Duck
    Flamingo
    Toucan
    Parrot
    Eagle
    Owl
    storke
  • 14. And now some birds that can not fly...
    Peacock
    Penguin
    Ostrich
  • 15. Fish
    Fish are vertebrates. They have bones.
    They are born from eggs.
    Their bodies are covered in scales.
    Fish have fins to swim.
    Fins
    Tail
  • 16. Reptiles
    Reptiles are vertebrates. They have bones.
    Reptiles are born from eggs.
    Their bodies are covered in scales like the snakes or have a shell like the tortoises.
    They are cold- blooded animals. They need sunshine to stay warm.
  • 17. Reptiles
    Snake
    crocodile
    Tortoise
    Lizard
  • 18. Snakes
    Snakes have scales.
    They have no legs.
    All snakes are carnivores.
    They smell with their tongue.
  • 19. Crocodiles
    Crocodiles are large reptiles.
    They have scales.
    Crocodiles are carnivores.
    They have four legs.
  • 20. Which is your favourite animal?
    Pick you favourite animal from this web page:
    http://www.dltk-kids.com/animals/manimalposter.html
    Print your animal and colour it.
  • 21. Investigate your favourite animal
    Answer the following questions:
    Is your favourite animal a mammal, a fish, a bird or a reptile?
    Is it a vertebrate or an invertebrate?
    What does it eat?
    Where does it live?
    Is it born life or is it born from eggs?
    What can it do?.....