Lessons for Mammals

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  • Vertebrates: Oh My! - … : Internet, attached worksheets Activity Time: 40 minutes adaptable Concepts Taught: mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and birds Lesson 1 Name: Miss Maria Klein … we are continuing with vertebrates, more specifically, mammals. Hand out the "What is a mammal?" reading activity. Play "popcorn" and have students … unique characteristics. Evaluation: "Is it a mammal?" worksheet View Mammal reading activity Is it a mammals Worksheet (See What is it worksheet from …
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  • Is That a Whale? - … to produce a slideshow presentation for the class. (National Marine Mammal Laboratory - Toothed Whales) Information about toothed whales from the National … class. (National Marine Mammal Laboratory - Toothed Whales) Information about toothed whales from the National Marine Mammal Laboratory.National Marine Mammal Laboratory - Toothed WhalesInformation about toothed whales from the National Marine Mammal Laboratory.5.)Each …
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  • Mammal Story Problems (Math) - … patterns. Objectives: The students will write five story problems about mammals using irrelevant information 100% of the time. The students will … correctly identify the irrelevant information in the story problems about mammals 100% of the time. Teacher Preparation: The teacher will create … papers. The teacher will also create five story problems about mammals with irrelevant information to assess the students. Motivation/Introduction: We …
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  • Oceans - … crackers as counters in adding and subtracting activities. Activity #3: Mammals? In the ocean? 1. Hear the sounds of Pacific humpback … /foodweb.html. Complete the activity. Activity #3: Mammals? In the Ocean? What makes mammals different from fish? They may look similar, but … . Visit the following Web sites to learn about other sea mammals: ü "The MBG Learning Net: Common Dolphin" at http://www.mobot …
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  • Map Me a Paragraph - … strategies. MATERIALS: * Paragraph One: (copy for each student) Mammals live almost everywhere. Such mammals as monkeys and elephants dwell in tropical regions … foxes, polar bears, and many other mammals make their home in Polar Regions. Such mammals as camels and kangaroo rats live in … are both of these details about?" (where mammals live) "Let's test "where mammals live" as our topic sentence." Ask questions to …
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  • Animal Classification Unit - … as, Why can't cows fly or What makes a Mammal, a Mammal? , or graphic organizers like cardboard skeletons, pictures, books, posters … mammal lessons are linked by prefacing the mammal lesson with the book Stellaluna, which is about a bat, the only flying mammal. My mammal … use reference material to find five facts on their chosen mammal and then produce a riddle and make a pop up … Into How and Why They Do It. 5. Mammals... What Makes A Mammal, A Mammal? 6. Insect vs. Spider... The Construction of Clay …
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  • A Class of Our Own - … Sarah Hull, WVPT Overview Topic: Classification Process, Classification of Animals, Mammals, Birds, Fish, Reptiles, and Amphibians. This lesson will introduce students … discuss the characteristics of MAMMALS. Students should find the five strips for mammals and glue them under the heading MAMMALS. Ask: Now that … may create their species using art supplies. birds, fish and mammals that were created in the class zoo. Social Studies: Research …
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  • UNIT on Whales - … Shamu is a fish or mammal. Remind students what a mammal is. Ask them what type of mammal is Shamu? 2. Development of … same area and interbreed * Cetaceans- are the species group of mammals that includes the whales, dolphins, and porpoises. o Hang up … . Summary: i. We have learned that a whale is a mammal and that baleen whales have two blow holes and toothed … may even tell if they ran into another type of mammal or whale. Lesson 6 A. Background Information Erica Serrato Science …
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  • This unit on mammal research targets a 4th grade class and involves collaboration amongst the teacher librarian and classroom and art teachers. Students will explore general characteristics of mammals and each select one mammal to research further in dept - … art teachers. Students will explore general characteristics of mammals and each select one mammal to research further in depth. Using print materials … : Instructional Goals Students will: Learn the defining characteristics of mammals; Research one mammal in depth; Relate human activity to the living environment … unique traits of mammals in the animal kingdom; Identify the lifestyle characteristics of a selected mammal; Identify if the mammal is endangered and …
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  • Amazon Rainforest - … to complete fact sheet. Animals to include birds, reptiles, and mammals of the region. Students will explore why some animals live … -150 feet. Has the most plant and animal life. Most mammals here are nocturnal. Many animals living here never touch the … . The name of my mammal is ____ (1 pt.) This mammal can be found ____ (1 pt.) This mammal's physical characteristics are … by ____ (2 pts.) This is a picture of my mammal. (2 pts.) Layers of the Rainforest Name ____ Directions: Use …
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