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Vocabulary. Vertebrates. Vertebrate or Invertebrate. Classifying Living Things. $ 100. $ 100. $ 100. $ 100. $ 200. $ 200. $ 200. $ 200. $ 300. $ 300. $ 300. $ 300. Classifying. $ 400. $ 400. $ 400. $ 400. $ 500. $ 500. $ 500. $ 500. Final Jeopardy.

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Vocabulary

Vertebrates

Vertebrate or Invertebrate

Classifying Living Things

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Classifying

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Final Jeopardy


What do scientists look for when classifying living things?

Answer

Classifying Living Things


traits they have in common

Classifying Living Things


Do scientists group animals according to their color?

Answer


No

Classifying Living Things


Molluscs, sponges, clams, spiders, sea urchins are all examples of what class of animal?Answer


invertebratesClassifying Living Things


Name the two kingdoms of living things.Answer


plant kingdom and animal kingdomClassifying Living Things


True or False

Having jointed legs helps a scientist classify it as an arthropod.Answer


True!

Classifying Living Things


Who am I?

I am cold blooded, and I breathe with gills for my whole lifeAnswer


a fishClassifying Living Things


Who am I?

I am cold blooded and I have dry, scaly skin.Answer


a reptile

Classifying Living Things


Who am I?

I am warm blooded and I lay eggs and care for my young.Answer


a bird

Classifying Living Things


Who am I?

I am warm blooded and I have fur or hair on my body.Answer


a mammal

Classifying Living Things


Who am I?

I am cold blooded and I lay eggs and I breathe with gills when I am young but have lungs when I am an adult.Answer


an amphibian

Classifying Living Things


What does vertebrate mean?Answer


having a backboneClassifying Living Things


What does invertebrate mean?Answer


not having a backboneClassifying Living Things


What does warm blooded mean?

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having the same body temperature all the time even if you go somewhere hot or coldClassifying Living Things


What does cold blooded mean?Answer


having a body temperature that changes with the environmentClassifying Living Things


What is a trait?Answer


a physical characteristic or behavior that an animal has or shows Classifying Living Things


Vertebrate or invertebrate?

octopus

Answer


invertebrate

Classifying Living Things


Vertebrate or invertebrate?

butterfly

Answer

Classifying Living Things


invertebrateClassifying Living Things


Vertebrate or invertebrate?

human Answer


vertebrate

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Vertebrate or invertebrate?

snakeAnswer


vertebrateClassifying Living Things


Vertebrate or invertebrate?

chicken

Answer


vertebrate

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Final JeopardyQuestion


Pick one vertebrate and one invertebrate and complete the chart below

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Sample Answer: (answers will vary)

Classifying Living Things


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