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Animal Classification Cards

These Animal Classification Cards are an awesome resource for kids! With a beautiful image, along with what features the animal has that places them in their specific classification. Some even have awesome / fun facts!

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Mammal, Bird, Fish, Amphibian, and Reptile Foldable and Activities

We made this animal classification foldable while studying the different types of animal classes. A fun way to get the students involved in their learning! Covers mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds, and fish!

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$ SPECTACULAR! 118 pages of Activity sheets and photographs needed to support lessons on Animals that support the 1st Grade Next Generation Science Standards  LS1 and LS3  Activity sheets included are:  - Solving Problems by Mimicking Animal Parts  - What is the Animal Part Used For?  - Patterns of Animal Behavior  - Animal Behavior Patterns (parents & offspring) - Skin Features Animals Share - Types of Animals (Features shared: mammal, reptile, bird, and insect
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NGSS 1-LS1 & LS3: Animals: Body Parts, Physical Features and Behavior Patterns

$ SPECTACULAR! 118 pages of Activity sheets and photographs needed to support lessons on Animals that support the 1st Grade Next Generation Science Standards LS1 and LS3 Activity sheets included are: - Solving Problems by Mimicking Animal Parts - What is the Animal Part Used For? - Patterns of Animal Behavior - Animal Behavior Patterns (parents & offspring) - Skin Features Animals Share - Types of Animals (Features shared: mammal, reptile, bird, and insect

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Animal Needs Video. I really like how this show different types of animals with their different shelter and food. It may be a little long though. The teacher would need to provide dialogue for some of it. It also connects to how animals and people have the same needs.

This is a great activity to follow up a lesson on the different types of animals. The activity includes the two pages shown above. It covers mammals, insects, birds and reptiles. Students cut out the pictures and glue them in the column under the correct type of animal title. You can find it at: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Helps4teachers

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Which is your favorite chicken? Best Chicken Breeds: 12 Types of Hens that Lay Lots of Eggs, Make Good Pets, and Fit in Small Yards ► http://amzn.to/15Wdv9F (Great book!)

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