Amphibians and Reptiles Chapter 5 Powerpoint created & shared by Jamie Miller Fifth & Sixth Grade Teacher Caldwell Adventist Elementary School Idaho Conference, USA. 1. Which amphibian has tentacles?. Newt Caecilian Tadpole Toad. The largest dinosaur ever found was the Compsognathus
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Amphibians and ReptilesChapter 5Powerpoint created & shared by Jamie MillerFifth & Sixth Grade TeacherCaldwell Adventist Elementary SchoolIdaho Conference, USA
Match the picture of each dinosaur with the correct name or description. Write the letter of the dinosaur on the line provided.
17. ____ Diplodocus
18. ____ Plesiosaurus
19. ____ Gave birth to live young
20. ____ Megalosaurus
21. ____ Had a second brain in its tail
22. ____ Triceratops
The stages in the life cycle of a frog include egg, tadpole, and adult.
Amphibians have moist, scale less skin. Reptiles have dry, scaled skin. Amphibians have toes without claws. Reptiles have toes with claws. Amphibians lay eggs in water. Reptiles usually lay their eggs on land. Amphibians usually live in moist, damp areas. Reptiles usually live in dry areas.
25. Explain how creation scientists and evolution scientists differ in their explanation of dinosaurs.
Creationists speculate that dinosaurs may have resulted from God’s creation or from sudden mutations or from breeding experiments of pre-Flood people. They believe that the dinosaurs died as result of the Flood.
Evolutionists speculate that dinosaurs appeared after millions of years of evolving from smaller reptile-like animals. They believed that the dinosaurs died because they could not compete with other animals or because of drastic weather changes that resulted from the crash of a huge meteor with Earth.