The animal classification anchor chart I made for my first grade                                                                                                                                                      More

Animal Report Complete Unit with Project Idea and Rubric

KS2 Science teaching resource, Animal Classification printable posters for classroom display

KS2 Science teaching resource, Animal Classification printable posters for classroom display

Turning a tough morning around by adding some learning to play. Easy, no prep, no materials activity! Sorting and classifying animals into their habitats.

Sorting and Classifying Animals into their Habitats

Turning a tough morning around by adding some learning to play. Easy, no prep, no materials activity! Sorting and classifying animals into their habitats.

This short video on classifying animals is the perfect way to kick-off your unit! It'll "hook" your kids for sure! ( It hooked me, I played it twice!)

This short video on classifying animals is the perfect way to kick-off your unit! It'll "hook" your kids for sure! ( It hooked me, I played it twice!)

This is a great activity for the students to understand that not all animals are alike.  In this activity the students will be able identify each a...  (FREE)

This is a great activity for the students to understand that not all animals are alike. In this activity the students will be able identify each a... (FREE)

Super cute and it's FREE! Must have for teaching about classifying animals! She also has the matching guided notes AND test for FREE! Topics Include: *Vertebrates and Invertebrates *Vertebrates Included: Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, and Mammals *Vertebrate Characteristics (for each group): how they breathe, body covering, how they're born, body temperature. *Invertebrate Characteristics

Super cute and it's FREE! Must have for teaching about classifying animals! She also has the matching guided notes AND test for FREE! Topics Include: *Vertebrates and Invertebrates *Vertebrates Included: Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, and Mammals *Vertebrate Characteristics (for each group): how they breathe, body covering, how they're born, body temperature. *Invertebrate Characteristics

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