There are two types of animals:
Invertebrate and vertebrate animals.
Invertebrates are the
animals that do not have backbone
For example: ant, spider
Vertebrates are the animals that
For example: tiger
Oviparous: they are born from eggs.
Viviparous: they are born from their mother’s
Vertebrate animals can be
classified in 5 main groups:
Mammals (dog, cow, people)
Birds (eagle, sea gull, parrot)
Fish (tuna fish, shark)
Reptiles (snake, lizard, crocodile)
Amphibians (frog, salamander)
Invertebrate animals can be
Molluscs (octopus, mussels, prawns, oysters)
Anthropods. They can be insects (flies, bees) or
arachnids (spiders, scorpions)
Plants are living things. They make their own food
and they reproduce.
They have stems, leaves and roots.
Trees: They have trunk and branches .
Trees can be evergreen or deciduous.
Bushes: they have a hard stem and branches. They grow
close to the ground.
Grasses have a soft stem. They are thin and flexible.