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 byRamiro Wilby
Modified over 2 years ago
By Deborah Smith Eggstraodinary EGGS
What hatches out of an EGG?
Does a chick?
Does a rabbit?
Does a duckling?
Does a frog hatch out of an egg?
Frog eggs are called frogspawn.
How about an alligator?
Or a ladybird?
Yes. Ladybird babies are called larvae.
Does a lamb leap out of an egg?
Does a snake hatch?
Or a fish?
Does a spider hatch from an egg?
Yes- spiders lay egg sacs with hundreds of eggs inside them!
Mmm...What is inside this egg?
Life in 21 days 1. The Incubator we will use 2 Hatching chicken eggs 3.
The Life Cycle of a Chicken. A mommy chicken is called a hen A daddy chicken is called a rooster Together they will make a baby chicken.
By Sandie Ball. It is a place where insects and small animals can take refuge and survive during the long, cold winter. It is a place where insects.
Animal Life Cycles BACK NEXT.
Animals have a life cycle that includes birth, growth, reproduction and death. BirthGrowthReproductionDeath.
By: David R.. Eagles look cool. They have strong talons. They weigh 4 to 15 pounds. Eagles have brown black and white feathers. An eagle has a curved.
Name of your Penguin Your name The links & resources you used to find Your penguin’s name.
alligators created by Gina Moore of MommyNature.com
Animal Life Cycles Amphibians Tadpoles eat algae. Adult frogs live mostly on land and eat bugs and insects.
How Animals Grow and Change
The Life Cycle of a Frog Arthur’s Biology Clipart. (Photographer) (2012). Life cycle of the frog [Print].
Name Your Pet. We are going to make two graphs, one bar graph and one pictograph. In our 3 rd grade we have 98 students. ½ of our students have dogs.
REPRODUCTION Read each slide. Look carefully at each picture. Answer each question.
2/3 Unit 6 Baby Farm Animals. What is a baby cow called? A baby cow is called a calf.
Animals Grow and Change. What do animals need to live and grow? Fresh air Food Water Shelter.
Follow the exciting life of a frog from beginning to end!
All About Alligators Written by Dominic Cremeans.
Symbols of Easter Kristinka Saćer 8.b. Symbols of Easter is: Rabbit Rabbits remind us od spring and new life. They were favorite animals of the spring.
By Luciana Rosell And why celebrate on this day? Because on this day, Jesus resurrected. And in the USA, kids are given chocolate or coloured eggs.
Animals Grow and Change by Denise Carroll
Whats in the Egg? Can you guess what animals come from these eggs?
Life Cycles By: Taylor & Patrick For: Second Grade.
Bald Eagle A report by Ziza. What do Bald Eagles eat? Bald Eagles mostly eat fish. They are opportunistic feeders. They usually eat ducks, rabbits and.
‘ About Butterflies Have colors that help them hide Move by flying Rainbow colors on wings Live in warm parts of the world Live in warm sunny.
Reproduction of animals
Vertebrates By Catie Martin Vertebrates Mammals Birds Fish Reptiles Amphibians.
H ELPING ANIMALS E NLIGHTENING PEOPLE C HANGING LIVES Whose egg is this? Can you match the egg to the parent?
All About Animals 6 Different Animal Groups n birds n fish n insects n mammals n amphibians n reptiles.
Facts About Chickens.
Penguin By Cameron Escatel. Animal Group A penguin is a bird. It lays eggs.
Created by: Mrs.Wood’s 2 nd Grade Class March 2013.
What are animals ? Animals are living things that move, eat, breathe grow, and change. Are you an animal ?
By Anna S. and Noah P.. The mother lays the egg The egg has to stay in its fathers brood pouch while the mother finds food The chick inside the egg starts.
Easter Day Easter Egg hunt By Phoebe Tsai.
ALLIGATOR KEVIN DAWIDCZYK.
Click on an animal to learn more about it
Learning outcomes By the end of today you will: Bronze: List (L3) Silver: Describe (L4) Gold: Explain (L5) Invertebrates.
By Montaha Hawaitah March Today is Monday.
Farm animals By Mrs. R. Barbara. A cow_____.moos.
UNIT 3: ANIMALS WHERE THEY LIVE WILD/DOMESTIC GROUND (grasslands, farm,jungle…), WATER (sea, river…), AIR. WHAT THEY EAT CARNIVORES HERBIVORES OMNIVORES.
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.
a dog dogs a puppy a cat a kitten cats a panda.
Read each slide. Look at each picture. Answer each question.
James & Deacon. Only top teeth can be seen when the jaws are closed. They have 60 teeth. They can grow up to 3000 teeth. Alligators have U shaped snout.
What is a life cycle? Does the baby frog look like the adult frog or do they look different? What are the stages in a frogs life cycle? Put your thinking.
Vertebrates Test WITH ANSWERS Use this for practice.
Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? 1,000,000 5th Grade Topic 1 5th Grade Topic 2 4th Grade Topic 3 4th Grade Topic 4 3rd Grade Topic 5 3rd Grade Topic.
Animal Life Cycles by Mrs. Salahi. When Animals Reproduce they make more living things of the same kind.
Fairy penguins build their nest in a burrow. Both the mother and father build the nest, keep the eggs warm and feed the chicks.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.