Lessons for Mammals

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  • Mammals, Mammals Everywhere - … mammals. They will learn the characteristics that make an animal a mammal, list several mammals, make a mammal of their own, and research a mammalmammals Identify the physical characteristics of a mammal Identify the habitats of mammals Identify what mammals eat Use research books to find information about mammals … has a mammal. NTTI Fall 2004 Page 4 of 6 Mammals, Mammals Everywhere Missy Mathias GreetingLine Follow-up: When everyone has their mammal, give …
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  • Merrily Moving Mammals - … four mammals they will use in their surveys. The survey asks students to name four mammals; a mammal they don't like, a mammal they like, a mammal they like better and a mammal they like best … explanation may include reasons such as what the mammal looks like, what the mammal eats, where it lives and what its typical … 2. Why is a whale a mammal? 3. How do all mammals look? 14 Merrily Moving Mammals Grade Three Attachment B Tierkarten 1 …
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  • What's A Mammal? - … or markers * Pictures of mammals * Resources about mammals (books, encyclopedia, Web sites) * Index cards * Take-Home Activity Sheet: Mammal Matchup (see printable version … -depth and thorough research of the mammal; includes more than eight clues about the mammal; identifies the mammal group to which the species … on marine mammals. Images of Mammals The photography of Wernher Krutein brings beautiful color images of almost any mammal in the world. Mammals Locate …
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  • Do You Like a Good Mystery...Animal? ... - … the guide point out mammals and mammal traits. Go to a German language Web site and find a mammal that is native to … for scientific researcher games magazine or newspaper articles on a mammals, mammal pictures (separate set to be used for mobiles), glue or … some mammals. 5. Mammals do not breathe with gills. They have lungs to breathe. 6. Mammals adapt well to their habitats. 7. Mammals have hair or fur. 8. The babies of mammals are live babies …
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  • Creature Features - … word mammals. Line 2. Write two words that tell about mammals. Line 3. Write the 3 mammal names. Line 4. Write 2 things mammals do. Line 5. Write the word mammals. , , , , Example: Mammals Gray, hairy mouse, elephant, hippo run, eat Mammals
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  • Vertebrates - … divided into five main groups: fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. Mammals and birds are warm-blooded, meaning that they generate heat … , wade in water, swim, run, or grab prey). Mammals ? Some characteristics of mammals include warm-bloodedness, hair or fur, lungs, and four … are many differences? Point out some of the differences between mammals. Some mammals: Eat meat, while others eat plants (carnivores vs. herbivores …
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  • Mammals: Hair or There? - … There? Jennifer L. Fuller Rockbridge County Public Schools Topic: mammals Overview: Characteristics of mammals: marine, carnivorous, and marsupials. In this lesson, students … mammal is a marine mammal, a carnivore, an herbivore, a placental mammal, or a marsupial. Use the blue pen to circle the marine mammals … activity. They will decide whether the animal is a marine mammal, carnivorous mammal, or a marsupial. Part 2: Using questions from the …
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  • Who's at the Zoo? A Reptile and Mammal Lesson - … ever wondered what makes a reptile a reptile or a mammal a mammal? In this lesson, students will learn the physical and … have? What characteristics does a mammal have? How are reptiles and mammals alike? How are reptiles and mammals different? Prior Knowledge: What prior … one on mammals, suggested titles: About Mammals: A Guide for Children by Cathryn Sill http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/about-mammals-cathryn-sill …
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  • Marine Mammals: Just Like Us - … will give some interesting facts on the marine mammals. Marine Mammals: These animals evolved from mammals on land, making a return to the … . Materials Needed Make use of any mammal related props that are available, either from the mammal library or props from ECOL 183 … on how long you stay on a particular mammal. First ask them how marine mammals are like humans; guide them towards some … characteristics of mammals. Now after they have a feeling of what a mammal is, ask them where they think marine mammals evolved? On …
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  • Playing Hot and Cold - … will gain insight into the diversity among mammals and the adaptations that allow specific mammals to survive in their native climates. Author … did the author highlight the caribou as a model mammal? g. Although mammals have been able to adapt well according to the … history or science museum. They should look for the mammal they studied or mammals that thermo regulate in similar ways. Interdisciplinary Connections …
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