Lessons for Mammals

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  • Life Systems - … animals from Day 2 using different categories, such as mammal and not a mammal. The teacher will introduce the Culminating Activity after … the culminating activity. Adaptations Resources Fair Test of Our Plants Mammals Mammals Are Our Friends 8_mammals.cwk Zoom Animals Written using the … Change? Scholastic Growing, growing That's My Baby Mammal Mothers and Babies Mammals and Their Young various materials for patterning Written using …
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  • What are Mammals? - … Heller 2. Computer/Printer 3. Pictures of mammals 4. Index cards with the word mammal printed on them 5. Scissors 6. Bean bag 7. Markers 8. Grab bags containing mammal and non- mammal as fur and pictures of eggs 9. Ice cube … websites. The teacher will introduce the word mammal to students and name three common characteristics. Mammals have hair or fur, two legs … their mammal card whenever a picture of a mammal is displayed. The teacher will hold up pictures of both mammals and non- mammals and …
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  • Science Talk about Mammals and Reptiles/Amphibians - … consider: What is a mammal? What characteristics do mammals have? What should my mamminal have that makes it a mammal? II Pre-Assessment … Materials Student textbook (Science by McGraw-Hill) Mammal Comparison Worksheet ? 1 per student (from Mammals by The Mailbox) Whiteboard to record characteristics … students dream up AS LONG AS it has mammal characteristics. [Idea from the Mammal curriculum book cited in my content knowledge-by …
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  • Thermoregulation in Marine Mammals - … . After establishing the fact that mammals are warm blooded the students will review ways that mammals can maintain a constant body temperature … land mammals such as elephants, dogs, tigers, and kangaroos to marine mammals. The presenter will then propose the question, "how do mammals that … . Spanish keywords optional Thermoregulation = Termorregulacion Walrus = Walrus Whale = Ballena Marine mammal = Mamifero marino Blubber = Grasa de ballena Elephant = Elefante Tiger = Tigre …
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  • SBUS_Science_Int_Mammals Examining Mammals Standards-Based Unit of Study - … : Debate the classification of an organism as a mammal. Observe and infer from mammal skulls, scat (replicas), fur, feet (replicas), and tracks … that doesn't neatly fit into the category of mammal or non-mammal (e.g. an echidna which lays eggs, but gives … ; herbivore, carnivore, and omnivore characteristics Open-ended prompts/challenges: Mammal/not mammal sorts. 3 things you learned today. Hypothesize about the identity …
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  • Mammals and their Ways - … expect? Can you draw any generalizations about mammal distribution based on this activity? Activity 2: Mammal Adaptation Time Allotted: 45-minute period … list of three to five adaptations for each mammal they recorded on the Mammals Distribution Worksheet. Record this information on page 1 … students should get teacher approval of the mammal before they begin their observations. The mammals may be observed in a natural setting …
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  • Species Diversity and Phylogeny - … Opposite Legs Invertebrates 4-Chambered Heart Placental Mammals Birds 3 Opposite Appendages Produce Eggs Mammals Mammals with flippers Amphibians * * * * The Salamander produces eggs … Sea Star Salamander Emus Cow Whale Mammal with Flippers T I M E Past Placental Mammal 4 Chambered Heart 4 Opposite Appendages … ; Animals: Reptiles, Birds, Amphibians, Fish, Mammals, Invertebrates, etc. including Homo sapiens Archaea and Bacteria Birds; Mammals; Amphibians; Reptiles; Fish; Insects; Nautilus; Flowers …
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  • We'Re Batty - … puppet 1 poster of various mammals 1 world wall map 1 WHAT IS A MAMMAL? poster 1 mammals card 1 echolocation card 1 … animal pictures) 4 bottles glue 1 poster board divided: mammals/not mammals 4 scissors 1 Computer Center with: 2 computers (Macintosh used … pictures of mammals and non-mammals. After reviewing characteristics of mammals, pictures are cut out and used to create a mammals/not mammals chart. Display …
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  • Dear Zookeeper - … for this lesson. The students are familiar with zoo mammals and describing mammals from previous lessons. Also, the students know how to … list of at least three zoo mammals. After about ten minutes, the class will discuss zoo mammals as a review. [small group … zoo mammals. After about ten minutes, the entire class will discuss mammals that are at the zoo. Once the class reviews zoo mammals … A. Student Assessment 1. Assessment Plan Students' understanding of zoo mammals will be informally assessed through the teachers' observation of the …
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  • Mammals - … Purpose: Students will be introduced to Mammals. This lesson can be enhanced using Internet sites on Mammals. Many great sites can be … Activity #4 Review animal names, characteristics of Mammals. Ask students to name three mammals. After being shown 2 animal pictures, students will … fact from previous activity. Students will take turns identifying which Mammal the fact describes. Lesson Activity #6 (Wrap Up) Each student …
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