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Classification of Animals. Click to continue. Introduction. Audience This projects is intended for third grade students . Science Unit: Animal Classification Vocabulary: Mammal, Fish, Bird, Reptile, Amphibian

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    1. Classification ofAnimals Click to continue

    2. Introduction Audience • This projects is intended for third grade students . • Science Unit: Animal Classification • Vocabulary: Mammal, Fish, Bird, Reptile, Amphibian • This project will serve to review what the students know about animal classification as well as test that knowledge. Objective • The student will review the qualities which scientist use to classify animals and practice using what they know to classify some animals on their own. • S.IP.03.11 Make purposeful observations of plants and animals using the appropriate senses. • S.RS.03.11 Demonstrate understanding of plant and animal structures and functions through illustrations, descriptions, or discussions.

    3. Vertebrates Animals with an internal skeleton made of bone are called vertebrates. There are about 58,000 species of vertebrates (that we know of). This is only a small percentage of all animals, but because of their mobility and size vertebrates usually dominate their environments.

    4. Scientists have classified vertebrates into five classes. These classes are mammals, birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians.

    5. What do these animals have in common?

    6. They are all mammals. Mammals… • have fur. • are warm blooded. • have live birth. • produce milk to feed their young.

    7. What do these animals have in common?

    8. They are all birds. Birds… • have feathers. • are warm blooded. • lay eggs.

    9. What do these animals have in common?

    10. They are all fish. Fish… • are cold-blooded • are aquatic (live entire life under water) • lay eggs • spend their entire lives in water. Most fish have gills and scales. Their limbs are modified into fins for swimming.

    11. Skill check! Which of these animal classifications is cold-blooded? mammal no no bird fish Yes!

    12. What do these animals have in common?

    13. They are all reptiles. Reptiles… • are cold blooded • usually have scales • lay eggs

    14. What do these animals have in common?

    15. They are all amphibians. Amphibians… • Are cold blooded • Begin life in water and end up on land

    16. Let’s see what you remember about the classification of vertebrates!take the quiz

    17. This is a Golden Poison Frog. Although the golden poison dart frog is only the size of a paperclip, it is considered to be one of the most toxic animals on earth. The golden poison dart frog is cold blooded. It is born from an egg under water, but spends its adult life on land. What is it? • Mammal • Bird • Fish • Reptile • Amphibian

    18. Sorry, the golden poison dart frog is cold blooded.Try againReview

    19. Sorry, the golden poison dart frog is born in the water and spends its adult life on land.Try againReview

    20. Great job!How about another one?

    21. This is an emu. Anemu can be over 6 feet tall. It has feathers, but cannot fly. It is warm-blooded and lays eggs. What is it? • Mammal • Bird • Fish • Reptile • Amphibian

    22. Sorry, the emu lays eggs.Try againReview

    23. Sorry, the emu is warm- blooded.Try againReview

    24. Great job!Although the emu is flightless, it is still a bird!How about another one?

    25. This is a shark Sharks have rows of teeth that are embedded in their gums instead of their jaw. Sharks are aquatic so they have gills and fins. They are cold-blooded. What is it? • Mammal • Bird • Fish • Reptile • Amphibian

    26. Sorry, but sharks do not have fur.Try againReview

    27. Sorry, the shark is aquatic and spends its entire life under water.Try againReview

    28. Great job!How about another one?

    29. This is a crocodile. Crocodiles spend a lot of time in the water, but they breath air. They are cold-blooded animals. They lay nests of eggs called clutches. What is it? • Mammal • Bird • Fish • Reptile • Amphibian

    30. Sorry, the crocodile is cold-blooded.Try againReview

    31. Sorry, crocodiles live their entire life on land.Try againReview

    32. Great job!How about another one?

    33. This is a dolphin. Dolphins are warm-blooded. They are aquatic, but breath air. They are not born from eggs. What is it? • Mammal • Bird • Fish • Reptile • Amphibian

    34. Sorry, dolphins are warm-blooded.Try againReview

    35. Sorry, dolphins are not born from eggs.Try againReview

    36. Great job!Even though dolphins live under water and their fur is not visible they are mammals!How about another one?

    37. This is a platypus. A platypus has fur and is warm-blooded. It has webbed feet which help it swim. It’s bill-like snout is actually covered with soft moist skin. They platypus lays two eggs once a year. What is it? • Mammal • Bird • Fish • Reptile • Amphibian

    38. The platypus is a mammal, despite the fact that it lays eggs. It belongs to a sub-group of mammals called monotremes which lay eggs. Only two animals belong in this group, the platypus and the echidna.To learn more about monotrens visit this website:http://science.jrank.org/pages/4435/Monotremes.htmlEven in science there are exceptions to the rules!

    39. You’ve done a great job! You sure know a lot about animals.

    40. Review Back