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  • 1. Habitats Grade 4
  • 2. Related Standards:
    • ELA1.04.RE1.01 Students acquire information by locating and using library media resources, with some assistance.  
    • ELA1.04.RE1.02 Students collect and interpret data, facts, and ideas from unfamiliar texts.  
    • ELA1.04.RE1.03 Students understand written directions and procedures.  
    • ELA1.04.WR2.01 Students take notes to record data, facts, and ideas both by following teacher direction and by writing independently.  
    • ELA1.04.WR2.05 Students produce clear, well-organized, and well-developed explanations, reports, accounts, and directions that demonstrate understanding of a topic.  
    • ELA1.04.WR2.09 Students write labels and captions for graphics to convey information, with assistance.  
    • MST5.E.CT3B Students use the computer as a tool for generating and drawing ideas.
  • 3. The Animal Kingdom
    • There are many different types of animals in the world.
    • Many animals are quite similar to each other.
    • Others are quite different.
    • Animals can be classified based on their similarities.
    • Continue on, and learn more about your fellow Earth inhabitants.
  • 4. Invertebrates
    • Animals without a backbone or spine
    • For example, insects, arachnids (spiders), crustaceans (crabs), arthropods (grasshopper), mollusks (octopus), annelids (earthworms), echinoderms (starfish) and protozoa
  • 5. Vertebrates
    • Animals with a backbone or spinal column
    • For example, fish, amphibians (frogs), reptiles, birds, mammals, marsupials (kangaroos), primates (monkeys), rodents, cetaceans (whales)
  • 6. Bibliography
    • http:// www.fi.edu/tfi/units/life/habitat/habitat.html
    • http:// www.kidport.com/RefLib/Science/Animals/Animals.htm