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Categories Of Animals
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A powerpoint on a 5th grade science lesson plan

A powerpoint on a 5th grade science lesson plan

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  • 1. By: Ms. Marks<br />Categories of Animals<br />
  • 2. Take out a blank piece of paper<br />Write down as many categories of animals you can think of ( you have 1 ½ minutes).<br />Number paper 1-4<br />1. Vertebrae 2. Invertebrate 3. Cold-blooded 4. Warm-blooded<br />Give the definition of each to the best of your knowledge.<br />Getting Started<br />
  • 3. Lead double lives (water and land)<br />They are vertebrae animals (backbones)<br />Cold-blooded (use environment to regulate temperature). <br />Amphibians<br />
  • 4. Frogs<br />Toads<br />Salamanders<br />Newts<br />Caecilians<br />Amphibians<br />
  • 5. Water-dwelling creature<br />World’s oldest vertebrates ( first fish appeared some 500 million years ago). <br />Nearly all reproduce by laying eggs<br />Fish<br />
  • 6. Sharks<br />Manta Ray<br />Parrot Fish<br />Seahorse<br />Fish<br />
  • 7. The only animals that grow hair!<br />Nearly all mammals give birth<br />Vertebrates<br />Warm-blooded (maintain a constant body temperature). <br />Mammals<br />
  • 8. Humans<br />Lions<br />Dolphins<br />Elephants<br />Great Apes<br />Mammals<br />
  • 9. All have feathers- a trait no other animals can claim<br />All birds lay eggs to incubate their young<br />Loved for their musical songs<br />Birds<br />
  • 10. Parrots<br />Humming Birds<br />Penguins<br />Birds<br />
  • 11. Invertebrates<br />Have an exoskeleton (shell-like covering on outside of body).<br />Pair of antennae on their heads<br />Three pairs of legs! <br />Two pairs of wings<br />Insects<br />
  • 12. Insects<br />Bees<br />Spiders <br />Ants<br />Cockroach<br />
  • 13. Around during the age of dinosaurs<br />Most live on land and lay eggs<br />Unlike other animals, they are covered in scales<br />Reptiles<br />
  • 14. Crocodiles<br />Snakes<br />Lizards<br />Turtles<br />Reptiles<br />
  • 15. http://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals<br />http://www.reachoutmichigan.org<br />Works Cited<br />
  • 16. Groups of four<br />Creating a PowerPoint<br />Following criteria<br />Group Projects!<br />
  • 17. L.EV.05.11: Explain how behavioral characteristics (adaption, instinct, learning, and habitat) of animals help them survive in their environment.<br />Each group will be assigned one animal<br />10 slides using 6*6 rule<br />Must have at least 2 sources <br />Works cited page included<br />Criteria<br />
  • 18. Are There Any Questions?<br />

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