Lessons for Mammals

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  • What Am I ? - … group is next. 11. Focus: The last group is mammals. What makes mammals different from other groups? Play and pause at 12 … , "fur or hair." Follow-up: Mammals are the only group with fur or hair! 12. Focus: Mammals are warm blooded. What does … : Let's see what else is true about mammals and find the different ways mammals can move. Play and pause at 13 … ! Which ones can you remember? Which way do most mammals move? Walking! Add mammals to the chart. 16. Focus: The next part …
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  • Magnificent Mammals - … habits and traits of mammals. Students will: Understand that mammals grow and change. Identify characteristics of mammals. Discover how mammals move, eat, and have … 3: Show students the six pictures of adult mammals and their corresponding baby mammals. If you have not played memory in your … a book from home about mammals or a stuffed mammal animal. Assignments Complete a picture of a mammal with covering. Evaluation Did the …
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  • Underwater Animals - … information: Whales, seals, dolphins, and porpoises are not fish, but mammals, which means they are warm blooded. Warm-blooded ocean animals … ? 4. Underwater mammals differ in many ways from mammals that live on land. In what ways are land mammals and underwater mammals similar? What common characteristics qualify both groups of animals to be called mammals? Evaluation You can …
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  • Whales - … know that although whales live in water, whales are mammals. Like all mammals, they are warm blooded and breathe air through their … . What adaptations were necessary for the evolution from land mammals to marine mammals? 6. How does the social structure differ between the … . Cetacea Definition: A scientific order of various aquatic, chiefly marine mammals, including whales, dolphins and porpoises, characterized by a nearly hairless …
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  • Mammal Scavenger Hunt - … various websites to answer questions about mammals. Objectives: Students will read and research information on mammals to further develop their understanding of … four pages concerning mammals. Find the answers to the following questions:How many kinds of mammals are there? Are mammals warm or cold blooded? Do dolphins have hair? Which mammal does not have any … fastest mammal? How fast does it go? What is the slowest mammal? How slow is it? Click on any of the mammals listed …
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  • Mammals Lesson Plan - … this lesson plan Mammals To learn about Mammals Goal: 2-3 Grade Level: JungleWalk Author: The common features of Mammals: give birth to … day(diurnal) or at night (nocturnal) The Diverse Group of Mammals Mammals are a diverse group of animals . They range from the … 9 feet in height)Video View Slide Show Mammals give birth to babies Although mammals vary in size, shape, behavior, etc, they … the following slide show, which has cute pictures of mommy mammals with their babies. View Slide Show ? Netrikon Designs, Inc., 2002 …
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  • This lesson is the library component of a unit on mammals. The day before, children had sorted animal crackers into groups in the classroom as part of the math lesson called "Animal Crackers" and brainstormed favorite mammals in preparation for their visi - … about mammals -Choose a favorite mammal to research Materials & Sources: -A non-fiction book on mammals read by the librarian -Books on mammals -Poster on favorite mammals Procedures: NOTE: The day before children discussed their favorite mammals in …
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  • Sea Otters and Other Mammals: An Ocean Life Lesson Plan - … identify a marine mammal and compare and contrast it to all mammals. Introduction: Does anyone know what a marine mammal is? Read: Sea Otter Rescue by Roland Smith, the sections relevant to marine mammal … a marine mammal?" Read a characteristic or fact from a marine mammal (otter, whale). Haves students take turns identifying which marine mammal the …
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  • Sea Otters and Other Mammals: An Ocean Life Lesson Plan - … identify a marine mammal and compare and contrast it to all mammals. Introduction: Does anyone know what a marine mammal is? Read: Sea Otter Rescue by Roland Smith, the sections relevant to marine mammal … a marine mammal?" Read a characteristic or fact from a marine mammal (otter, whale). Haves students take turns identifying which marine mammal the …
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  • Adaptations to Environments With Mammals - … PowerPoint presentation of pictures of different mammals in different biomes. Bring in books about mammals for the students to begin to look … created of different mammals in different biomes. Have students pick mammals that they would like to research. After their mammals have been picked … new environment. They will then create a PowerPoint about the mammal they have chosen with details about its original environment and …
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