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Vertebrates and Invertebrates Unit

This Unit is designed to give your students practice sorting animals with and without a backbone. They will use anchor charts, create a cut and paste flipbook for both vertebrates and invertebrates, play "Vertebrate or Invertebrate" Scoot, make a backbone craft, complete a sorting activity by coloring the vertebrates and invertebrates pages and compare vertebrates and invertebrates with a venn diagram.Please check out the preview to see what is included in this unit!You will get:Vertebrates…


Interactive Science Notebook Freebies! All about animals! Creekside Teacher Tales


Learning Ideas - Grades K-8: Venn Diagram - Vertebrates and Invertebrates

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Vertebrates and Invertebrates: Animal Classification Tabbed Booklet

Vertebrates and Invertebrates Tabbed Booklet. This vertebrates and invertebrates booklet is a great way to focus on animal classification along with main idea, vocabulary, writing, and learn about of course - vertebrates and invertebrates!Unfortunately, with the large demands on reading and math from Common Core, science is often pushed to the side.


Invertebrates and Vertebrates Mobile. #scienceteacher ideas inspired by Pinterest! #mschihscience


▶ Learning About Vertebrates and Invertebrates - YouTube Funny and memorable video explaining the differences in the two. My kids have watched this a number of times.


Vertebrates and Invertebrates: Make a Spine! Students will see how the backbone of a vertebrate animal is made up of both bones (mints) and cartilage (gummies) which allow it to bend and move. The best part -- it doubles as a tasty treat!

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Invertebrates & Vertebrates Graphic Organizer

Great graphic organizer for studying invertebrates and vertebrates. Can use this as a study guide, quiz, or assessment.


Chinese Moon Moth (Actias luna) Luna -- This rare moon moth is half Spanish and half Chinese. Luna Moths are huge moths, with a wingspan of four and a half inches. They have a white body, pinkish legs, and huge pale green wings. The hindwings have eyespots and long tails. They fly, only at night, in Spring and early Summer. Luna Moths were once very common, but are now considered an endangered species in some areas.