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mammels Fur / Hair Spine Babies born alive. Mother feeds the baby milk.
fish live in water. they have fins, not legs. body is made of scales. gills help them breathe in the water. Lay eggs in water.
birds 2 wings and 2 legs Feathers Beak and Tail Lay eggs
reptiles Scales Cold blooded Lay eggs on land. Live in water and land.
Alligator Snapping TurtleAlligator Snapping Turtle
Great Blue HeronGreat Blue Heron
Hereford CowHereford Cow
Nile CrocodileNile Crocodile
Electric EelElectric Eel
Eastern ChipmunkEastern Chipmunk
Garter SnakeGarter Snake
Blue MarlinBlue Marlin
Hammerhead SharkHammerhead Shark
Red-Eyed Tree FrogRed-Eyed Tree Frog
Siberian TigerSiberian Tiger
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.
KHAIRUL 3HUMILITY Birds have a beak, a pair of legs and feathers.
Animal Classification s. There are five different ways we can class animals...
th -05. What are the 6 animal classes? Reptiles: Crawling animals that are cold blooded and lay eggs. Amphibians: Animals that could.
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.
All About Animals 6 Different Animal Groups n birds n fish n insects n mammals n amphibians n reptiles.
ANIMALS Emmanuel Chávez Ruiz. 5° “A”.. What is it? Look!. It is a … C. It´s a cat. A. It´s a rabbit. B. It´s a goldfish.
Living Things. Animals Plants ANIMALS Mammals Bugs Fish Birds Reptiles Amphibians.
Types of Animals Mrs. Cummings 3 rd Grade Animals Unit.
Five Groups of Animals Two Kinds of Things on Earth.
Types of Animals And their characteristics. Mammals Have hair or fur Have lungs to breathe Babies are born alive Drink milk from their mothers.
How Can We Group Animals?. A mammal is an animal that has hair or fur.
Vertebrates - C - Notes EQ: What do most vertebrates have in common? Vertebrates – Physical Characteristics They have backbones, an internal skeleton (endoskeleton),
Vertebrates Mammals Amphibians Birds Fish Reptiles Click an animal to find out more.
Classification of vertebrates. Q What are vertebrates? Give examples A: Animals with backbones are called vertebrates. Ex snake, dog, duck, horse and.
Inherit - to receive traits from parents Young animals inherit their features from their parents.
Vertebrates By Catie Martin Vertebrates Mammals Birds Fish Reptiles Amphibians.
Grouping Animals Li-We are learning about the main groups of animals Sc-We are able to successfully group animals.
Animals Grow and Change. What do animals need to live and grow? Fresh air Food Water Shelter.
ANIMAL KINGDOM Animal Kingdom. INTRODUCTION This introduction is about the five groups Of vertebrates aka Mr Fab.
VERTEBRATES They have backbone/skeleton The body is divided in: head, trunk and limbs (except snakes) There are five groups of vertebrates: 1.Fish 2.Amphibians.
Animals with backbones Animals with backbones or vertebrates are classified into 5 subgroups. Fish is the largest of vertebrates.
Unit 7 Lesson 2 How Can We Classify Vertebrates? Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.
Types of Animals Miss Pflaumer Third Grade May 2007.
VERTEBRATES. head beak trunk limbs lungs finsscales wings feathers fur or hair gills tail.
Characteristics of Vertebrates. Group 1: FISH Facts: – Fish are the largest class of vertebrates – There are three classes of fish: Jawless- boneless.
A PowerPoint presentation by: Ms. Brewer’s First Grade Class.
Classification of Animals Scientists have divided the Animal Kingdom into two main groups: vertebrates (animals with a backbone) invertebrates (animals.
Animals Grow and Change by Denise Carroll. What do animals need to live and grow? Fresh air Fresh air Food Food Water Water Shelter Shelter.
What Animals Need: Food Water Shelter Air Animals that live on land, such as giraffes, have lungs that get oxygen from the air. Insects get oxygen from.
Animals are broadly divided into vertebrates and invertebrates. Animals Vertebrates Invertebrates.
Vertebrates. Animals with an internal skeleton made of bone are called vertebrates.
Science Unit 6 th Grade Jeffrey Miele Students will able to classify different animals Students will understand the difference between invertebrates.
Animal Kingdom Facts The Vertebrates SB3: Students will derive the relationship between single-celled and multi-celled organisms and the increasing complexity.
Created By: Nick Powell. Vertebrates: feature a well developed brain enclosed in a cranium. They are large and very active Tunicates: invertebrates.
Animals Amphibians, Birds, Fish, Insects, Mammals, and Reptiles By Amanda DeMattio and Erica Kramer.
Vertebrate and Invertebrates 4.L.1.2. Students are able to differentiate between vertebrates and invertebrates, and classify the five groups of vertebrates.
Vertebrates Genesis 1:25 “God made all kinds of wild animals. He made all kinds of livestock. He made all kinds of creatures that move along the ground.
Animals An invertebrate is an animal without backbone. animal.
ANIMALS. WHAT ANIMALS EAT HERBIVORES HERBIVORES - These animals eat plants. - Sheep and zebras are herbivores. - They eat different parts of plants: roots,
Sunken Millions Animals with Backbones Grade 3 Level One >>>> >>>> <<<< <<<<
Learning outcomes By the end of today you will: Bronze: List (L3) Silver: Describe (L4) Gold: Explain (L5) Invertebrates.
Vertebrate animals BY: MS. SARA. Characteristics of vertebrate animals Animals with a backbone or vertebral column. There are 5 major subgroups of.
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.
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.
The 5 Classes of Vertebrates Brought to you by Mrs. Archer’s and Mrs. Cowan’s Class.
Science Vocabulary All About Animals Mammal Animals with backbones. Usually has fur or hair on its body. Young mammals get milk from their mother.
CLASSIFYING ANIMALS VertebratesInvertebrates Animals with a Backbone or Spinal Column Most animals at the zoo are vertebrates. There are 5 main.
Mrs.Agger’s Fourth Grade Class Animal Kingdom!!!!!
Animal Hosted by Mr. Bencivenga © Don Link, Indian Creek School, 2004 Jeopardy.
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