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1Lauren Rogerson Early Childhood Education Third Grade Mammals and BirdsLauren RogersonEarly Childhood EducationThird Grade
2Learning Objectives Students will compare traits of mammals and birds. Students will explore how mammals and birds live and survive.Students will compare behaviors of mammals and birds.Students will classify different groups of mammals.Next
3Mammals Mammals have fur or hair to stay warm. Mammals use lungs to breathe. Mammals that live in water, such as whales, also breathe with lungs. They come to the surface of the water to breathe.Most mammals give birth to live young.Most mammals learn from their parents how to care for themselves.Next
4Birds Birds have feathers, two legs, and wings. NextBirdsBirds have feathers, two legs, and wings.Birds have lungs for breathing air.Many birds also care for their young for a while after they are born.Young birds hatch from eggs.
5Grouping mammals and birds Mammals are often placed into groups based on traits they share.Some mammals have pouches, spiny fur, live in the water, and are primates.The most common traits used for grouping birds are beak shape and foot shape.Beak shape can be used to tell what kind of food a bird eats.Begin Quiz!
6Choose the animal that has fur or hair to stay warm:
7Grouped by beak shape and foot shape. Which of the following is a trait that both mammals and birds share?Use lungs to breatheHatch from eggsGrouped by beak shape and foot shape.
8What is one way that birds are different from mammals? Care for young after they are bornHave lungs for breathing airUse leaves and grass to make a nest to lay eggs