We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byLorenzo Beech
Modified over 2 years ago
Animals with backbones
Animals with backbones or vertebrates are classified into 5 subgroups. Fish is the largest of vertebrates.
FISH Breathe through a set of gills Covered with hard scales Reproduce by laying soft, non-shelled eggs Cold blooded
Amphibians Breathe through gills while young Develop and breath through lungs as adults Covered in skin Lay soft shelled eggs Cold blooded Include frogs, salamanders, toads
REPTILES They have lungs Covered with Scales Lay hard shelled eggs Cold blooded Some have shells Lizards, snakes, turtles, crocodiles, alligators
Alligators and Crocodiles
Turtles and lizards
BIRDS Have lungs Have feathers Lay hard shelled eggs Warm Blooded Light hollow bones
MAMMALS Have lungs Have hair or fur Have live births Produce milk Warm blooded
BOTTLED NOSE DOLPHIN
All fish only live in water They all get oxygen through their gills All fish are cold blooded Most fish have scales Most of them lay eggs without shells.
Vertebrates A Describe the similarities and differences that characterize diverse living things; describe how the structures of living things help.
The 5 Classes of Vertebrates Brought to you by Mrs. Archer’s and Mrs. Cowan’s Class.
Classify: to sort into groups. Students will classify organisms into groups and relate how they determined the groups with how and why scientists use.
th -05. What are the 6 animal classes? Reptiles: Crawling animals that are cold blooded and lay eggs. Amphibians: Animals that could.
Characteristics of Vertebrates. Group 1: FISH Facts: – Fish are the largest class of vertebrates – There are three classes of fish: Jawless- boneless.
Sunken Lesson Animals with Backbones Fish Live in water Most have scales and fins Use their fins to move through the water Use gills to breathe Live.
Jeopardy Vocabulary TraitsVertebrates Compare/ Contrast.
Classification of vertebrates. Q What are vertebrates? Give examples A: Animals with backbones are called vertebrates. Ex snake, dog, duck, horse and.
Unit 7 Lesson 2 How Can We Classify Vertebrates? Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.
Vertebrate and Invertebrates 4.L.1.2. Students are able to differentiate between vertebrates and invertebrates, and classify the five groups of vertebrates.
© Oxford University Press Vertebrate groups What is the same about all the animals?All the animals are vertebrates - they have backbones.
How do we classify vertebrates? Know that living things are different but have similar characteristics.
Classifying Animals Vertebrates Chap. 3, lesson 2, pages
Sunken Millions Animals with Backbones Grade 3 Level One >>>> >>>> <<<< <<<<
Classification of Vertebrate Animals adapted from lley/htdocs/Classification%20of%20 Animals.ppt Animals With Backbones.
Vertebrates Mammals Amphibians Birds Fish Reptiles Click an animal to find out more.
What are Vertebrates?What are Vertebrates? Vertebrates are animals that have backbones like Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds and Mammals.
Vertebrates Animals with backbones All vertebrates have an endoskeleton, an internal support system that makes the animal more flexible and easier to.
CLASSIFYING ANIMALS. Classifying Animals Vertebrates: Animals with backbone. Invertebrates: Animals without backbone.
Classifying the Backboned Animals Vertebrates. Classifying Vertebrates Vertebrates can be classified into two groups using this characteristic: Cold-bloodedWarm-blooded.
Vertebrates - C - Notes EQ: What do most vertebrates have in common? Vertebrates – Physical Characteristics They have backbones, an internal skeleton (endoskeleton),
VERTEBRATES ARE ANIMALS WITH BACKBONES. MAMMAS Warm blooded vertebrate animals which have hair or fur. Retain the young in their bodies until they are.
Animal Classification s. There are five different ways we can class animals...
Mrs.Agger’s Fourth Grade Class Animal Kingdom!!!!!
Classification Grouping & Identifying Living Things This Powerpoint is hosted on Please visit for 100’s.
Vertebrate and invertebrates. There are more than two million different kinds of animals in the world.
Animal Kingdom Facts The Vertebrates SB3: Students will derive the relationship between single-celled and multi-celled organisms and the increasing complexity.
All About Animals 6 Different Animal Groups n birds n fish n insects n mammals n amphibians n reptiles.
Animal Kingdom Vertebrates and Invertebrates Vertebrates have a backbone Invertebrates do not have a backbone More invertebrates than vertebrates.
Classifying Animals Catherine Millar Abby Durham 2 nd Grade Science.
Classification Traffic lights quiz Hold up the coloured card that matches the correct answer you see on the screen.
Animals An invertebrate is an animal without backbone. animal.
VERTEBRATES Body parts and Characteristics. §A vertebrate is any creature that has a spinal column. A spinal column is the large bone structure that runs.
1 Animal Classification. 2 ANIMAL CLASSIFICATION There are many different types of animals in the world. Many animals are quite similar to each other.
Fish ANIMALS (VERTEBRATES) They are acuatic vertebrates that can live in salt water and in fresh water They breathe through gills They have elongated shape.
Science Unit 6 th Grade Jeffrey Miele Students will able to classify different animals Students will understand the difference between invertebrates.
Animal Hosted by Mr. Bencivenga © Don Link, Indian Creek School, 2004 Jeopardy.
Vertebrates. Animals with an internal skeleton made of bone are called vertebrates.
Animals are broadly divided into vertebrates and invertebrates. Animals Vertebrates Invertebrates.
Animals By Jihan Medhat What is an animal? Bird Are animals with feathers, wings and two legs. Insect: animals that have six legs and three body sections.
Classification of Animals Scientists have divided the Animal Kingdom into two main groups: vertebrates (animals with a backbone) invertebrates (animals.
Learning outcomes By the end of today you will: Bronze: List (L3) Silver: Describe (L4) Gold: Explain (L5) Invertebrates.
Vertebrate Review Warm or Cold and Breathing Body Coverings What am I?True or False
Chapter 3: Vertebrates Animals with backbones Skeletons inside their body Spinal cord: bundle of nerves down animal’s back Spinal cord connects the brain.
Vertebrates. Vertebrates are: Animals that have backbones.
How do we classify vertebrates? 1.2. Characteristics of Animals Features that make them different –M–Many cells. –C–Cannot make their own food –C–Can.
Classified information 7Which features are the same in birds and reptiles, and which are different? 8a) What are animals with backbones called? b) What.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.