Classification of animals with lesson plan

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Classification of animals with lesson plan

  1. 1. Classification ofClassification ofAnimalsAnimalsBy Kavita GroverBy Kavita GroverKavita Grover 11Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of Animals
  2. 2. Classifying Living ThingsClassifying Living ThingsWe put livings things into two largeWe put livings things into two largegroups:groups:AnimalsAnimalsPlantsPlants22Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of Animals
  3. 3. AnimalsAnimalsAnimals are spilt into two majorAnimals are spilt into two majorgroups:groups:Vertebrates-Vertebrates-have a backbonehave a backboneInvertebrates:Invertebrates:Do not have a backboneDo not have a backbone33Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of Animals
  4. 4. VertebratesVertebratesThese are animals with a backbone.These are animals with a backbone.There are five groups of vertebrates:There are five groups of vertebrates:FishFishAmphibiansAmphibiansReptilesReptilesBirdsBirdsMammalsMammals44Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of Animals
  5. 5. FishFish Are cold-blooded.Are cold-blooded. Live in waterLive in water Lay eggs (but someLay eggs (but somedo give birth to livedo give birth to liveyoung).young). Have a moist skinHave a moist skincovered in scales.covered in scales. Breathe throughBreathe throughgills.gills.55Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of Animals
  6. 6. AmphibiansAmphibians Are cold-blooded.Are cold-blooded. Lay eggs.Lay eggs. Have a smooth, moistHave a smooth, moistskin.skin. Are able to live onAre able to live onland as well as in theland as well as in thewater.water.66Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of Animals
  7. 7. ReptilesReptilesAre cold-blooded.Are cold-blooded.Lay eggs.Lay eggs.Have a dry skinHave a dry skincovered withcovered withscalesscales..77Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of Animals
  8. 8. BirdsBirdsHave feathers andHave feathers andhollow boneshollow bonesLay hard shelledLay hard shelledeggseggsWarm bloodedWarm blooded88Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of Animals
  9. 9. MammalsMammalsHave hair andHave hair andproduce milkproduce milkGive birth to liveGive birth to liveoffspring (no eggs)offspring (no eggs)Warm bloodedWarm blooded99Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of Animals
  10. 10. Summary of VertebratesSummary of Vertebrates1010Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of Animals
  11. 11. Check your understandingCheck your understandingTo which class of vertebrates do theTo which class of vertebrates do thegiven animals belong?given animals belong?A BC D1111Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of Animals
  12. 12. EFG H1212Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of Animals
  13. 13. InvertebratesInvertebrates These are animals without a backboneThese are animals without a backbone They breathe through their skin andThey breathe through their skin andreproduce by laying eggs.reproduce by laying eggs. There are three broad groups ofThere are three broad groups ofinvertebratesinvertebratesWormsWormsMolluscsMolluscsArthropodsArthropods1313Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of Animals
  14. 14. WormsWormsHave round or flat bodiesHave round or flat bodiesGenerally have bodies divided intoGenerally have bodies divided intosegmentssegmentsBreathe through their skinBreathe through their skin1414Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of Animals
  15. 15. MolluscsMolluscs Crawl on a singleCrawl on a singlefleshy pad.fleshy pad. Breathe throughBreathe throughtheir skintheir skin Can have a shellCan have a shell1515Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of Animals
  16. 16. ArthropodsArthropodsHave lots of legs and segmentedHave lots of legs and segmentedbodies.bodies.There are four group of arthropods:There are four group of arthropods: SpidersSpidersCentipedes & MillipedesCentipedes & MillipedesCrustaceansCrustaceansInsectsInsects1616Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of Animals
  17. 17. SpidersSpidersHave four pairs ofHave four pairs oflegs.legs.Have bodiesHave bodiesdivided into twodivided into twosectionssections1717Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of Animals
  18. 18. Centipedes & MillipedesCentipedes & MillipedesHave long thinHave long thinbodies and pairs ofbodies and pairs oflegs on each oflegs on each oftheir many bodytheir many bodysectionssections1818Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of Animals
  19. 19. CrustaceanCrustaceanHave five-sevenHave five-sevenpairs of legspairs of legsBodies coveredBodies coveredin shellin shell1919Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of Animals
  20. 20. InsectsInsectsHave three pairs ofHave three pairs oflegslegsBodies divided intoBodies divided intothree sectionsthree sectionsOften have wingsOften have wings2020Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of Animals
  21. 21. InvertebratesWorms Molluscs Arthropods2121Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of Animals
  22. 22. Check your understandingCheck your understandingClassify the animals as vertebratesClassify the animals as vertebratesand invertebrates.and invertebrates.A BCD2222Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of Animals
  23. 23. LESSON PLANLESSON PLAN2323Kavita Grover EVS-Class VKavita Grover EVS-Class VClassification of AnimalsClassification of AnimalsLesson plan onclassification of animals

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