Animals. Keisha Graham. Table of Contents. Title Slide Table of Contents Georgia Performance Standards Day One’s Activities Animal Word Web Bar Chart Pie Chart Venn Diagram Day Two’s Activities Fish Video Dog Video Table Think about it! Table Day Three’s Activities
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Animals Keisha Graham
Table of Contents • Title Slide • Table of Contents • Georgia Performance Standards • Day One’s Activities • Animal Word Web • Bar Chart • Pie Chart • Venn Diagram • Day Two’s Activities • Fish Video • Dog Video • Table • Think about it! Table • Day Three’s Activities • Life Cycle of a Frog • Conclusion
Georgia Performance Standards • S1L1-Students will investigate the characteristics and basic needs of plants and animals. a. Identify the basic needs of a plant. -Air -Water -Light -Nutrients b. Identify the basic needs of an animal. -Air -Water -Food -Shelter d. Compare and describe various animals-appearance, motion, growth, basic needs.
Day One’s Activities: Thinking about animals
How many different animals can we think of? Work together activity-Now, turn to your partner and think of some more animals!
What animal did you choose? Did anyone choose an animal that was already on our animal word web?
What do plants and animals need to live? PlantsNeed They Both Need Food Shelter Air Water
Day Two’s Activities: What are some differences in animals?
Watch a Fish Video!Pay attention to their appearance and motion. Click on the picture to start or pause the video.
Watch a Dog Video!Pay attention to its appearance and motion. Click on the picture to start or pause the video.
How are animals different? What did the dog and fish have in common?
Think about it! Work together activity- Turn to your partner and decide on an animal that could go in the bottom row. Then, fill in all of the boxes in the bottom row with the characteristics of that animal.
Day Three’s Activities: Let’s think about the life of a frog!
How do frogs grow? Learn more about frogs.
Conclusion • Now, turn to your partner and tell one thing you have learned about animals. • See if you can remember the life cycle of a frog and draw pictures to show it.