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Classifying Animals. Chapter 1 Lesson 2. Table of Contents. Science Process Skills------------------1 Parts of a Cell------------------------------ Classifying Animals----------------------# Use your Classifying Animals lab as the starting page for this lesson!.

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classifying animals

Classifying Animals

Chapter 1 Lesson 2

table of contents
Table of Contents
  • Science Process Skills------------------1
  • Parts of a Cell------------------------------
  • Classifying Animals----------------------#
      • Use your Classifying Animals lab as the starting page for this lesson!
  • Turn to the next clean page (it can be the back of a page) and title it “CLASSIFYING ANIMALS”
vocabulary
Vocabulary
  • Cut out all vocabulary terms on page 8 and paste them into your journal underneath the heading “classifying animals”
  • Cut out pictures and definitions of radial and bilateral symmetry on page 8 and paste below vocabulary definitions
characteristics of animals
Characteristics of Animals
  • Multi-cellular
  • Require oxygen
  • Consume other organisms for food
  • Able to move at some point
  • Reproduce
  • Divided into 2 categories
      • Invertebrates
      • vertebrates
invertebrates
Invertebrates
  • No backbone
  • Largest group
  • Very diverse
invertebrates1
Invertebrates
  • Cnidarians-
      • Radial symmetry
      • Simple digestive systems
      • Examples: jellyfish and coral
invertebrates2
Invertebrates
  • Echinoderms-
      • Spiny-skin
      • Sucker like parts to catch prey
      • Examples: starfish, sea urchins, sea cucumbers
invertebrates3
Invertebrates
  • Sponges-
      • Simple organisms
      • No true body symmetry
      • Filter bits of food from water that passes through them
invertebrates4
Invertebrates
  • Mollusks-
      • Soft bodies
      • Most have shells
      • Examples oysters, snails, squid, octopus
invertebrates5
Invertebrates
  • Worms-
      • Simple organ systems
      • Bilateral symmetry
      • Many are parasitic
      • Examples: flatworms, roundworms, earthworms
invertebrates6
Invertebrates
  • Arthropods-
      • Largest group of invertebrates
      • Jointed body parts
      • Exoskeletons
      • Bilateral symmetry
      • Examples: lobsters, spiders, insects
invertebrates7
Invertebrates

Characteristics Types

  • Cnidarians- jellyfish
  • Echinoderms- starfish
  • Sponges
  • Arthropods- lobsters, spiders
  • Mollusks- snails, squids
  • worms
  • No backbone
  • Largest group
  • Very diverse
vertebrates
Vertebrates
  • Have a backbone
  • Two types
    • Cold blooded
    • Warm blooded
vertebrates1
Vertebrates
  • Fish
    • Cold blooded
    • Use gills to obtain oxygen
vertebrates2
Vertebrates
  • Amphibians
      • Cold blooded
      • Begin life in water but do not live life there
      • Need water to reproduce
      • Ex: frog, salamander, newt
vertebrates3
Vertebrates
  • Reptiles
      • Cold-blooded
      • Most lay eggs
      • Dry, scaly skin
      • Examples: lizards, snakes, turtles
vertebrates4
Vertebrates
  • Birds
      • Warm blooded
      • Lay eggs
      • Feathers (some fly, others don’t)
      • Examples: ostrich, penguin, robin
vertebrates5
Vertebrates

5. Mammals

  • Warm blooded
  • Complex body systems
  • Large brain
  • Fur, live birth, feed milk to young
  • Example: bear, kangaroo, whale
vertebrates6
Vertebrates

Characteristics Types

  • Fish
  • Amphibians
  • Reptiles
  • Birds
  • Mammals
  • Has backbone
  • 2 types
    • Cold blooded
    • Warm blooded

Cold blooded

Warm

blooded

classification system
Classification System
  • Used to identify and categorize organisms
  • Cut out ANIMAL CLASSIFICATION chart from page 20 of your workbook and paste in notes!
homework
Homework!
  • How Are Animals Classified?
  • Worksheet