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Mrs Harrison’s X-ray Machine1
We are going to use the x-ray machine to see if some animals are vertebrates or invertebratesA BACKBONE Vertebrates are animals that have: NO BACKBONE 2
Click on the cat to x-ray it!Our first animal is a cat. Do you think a cat is a vertebrate? Click on the cat to x-ray it! 3
Click on the fish to x-ray it!What about this fish? Do you think a fish is a vertebrate? Click on the fish to x-ray it! 4
Click on the snail to x-ray it!What about this snail? Do you think a snail is a vertebrate? Click on the snail to x-ray it! 5
Click on the dinosaur to x-ray it!What about this dinosaur? Do you think dinosaurs were vertebrates? Click on the dinosaur to x-ray it! 6
Click on the jellyfish to x-ray it!What about this jellyfish? Do you think a jellyfish is a vertebrate? Click on the jellyfish to x-ray it! 7
Click on the eagle to x-ray it!What about this eagle? Do you think an eagle is a vertebrate? Click on the eagle to x-ray it! 8
Click on the worm to x-ray it!What about this worm? Do you think a worm is a vertebrate? Click on the worm to x-ray it! 9
Click on the frog to x-ray it!What about this frog? Do you think a frog is a vertebrate? Click on the frog to x-ray it! 10
Click on the person to x-ray them!What about this person? Do you think a human is a vertebrate? Click on the person to x-ray them! 11
Yes, a cat has a backbone, so it is a vertebrateClick here to carry on 12
Yes, a fish has a backbone, so it is a vertebrateClick here to carry on 13
No, a snail has no backbone, so it is an invertebrateClick here to carry on 14
Yes, this dinosaur had a backbone, so it was a vertebrateClick here to carry on 15
No, a jellyfish has no backbone, so it is an invertebrateClick here to carry on 16
Yes, an eagle has a backbone, so it is a vertebrateClick here to carry on 17
No, a worm has no backbone, so it is an invertebrateClick here to carry on 18
Yes, a frog has a backbone, so it is a vertebrateClick here to carry on 19
Yes, a human has a backbone, so it is a vertebrateClick here to carry on 20
The end! 21
Vertebrates are animals that have a backboneCorrect! Vertebrates are animals that have a backbone Click here to carry on 22
Vertebrates are animals that have a backboneOops! Vertebrates are animals that have a backbone Click here to carry on 23
Success Criteria: To identify the difference between vertebrates and invertebrates and understand which animals fall into either category.
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