This project is designed to be help keep students engaged during the third quarter animal research unit. These recording sheets can be used in combination with the smart board lessons and videos already available on technology connections in the third quarter. Slides 2-5 can be printed to make a student booklet. The booklet can be referred to throughout the unit as a reference and recording area during the lessons. The booklet can be collected at the end of the unit as a grade and used as a source of information for students to complete an end of unit project. Print Slide 2-4 to make a booklet for each student. Slide 2- Cover Page- Students can work with partners to explore the Science Text book, Time for Kids, or watch one of the animal videos online to access their prior knowledge about animals and record on the front cover in a circle map. Slide 3-This page follows along with the Discovery Education Video on Technology Connections, Animal Groups: Beginning Classification.(the recording sheet does not start till the 2 nd half of
the video so you could show the first half and model how to record and then hand out recording sheets and have students record on their own) The information is also presented in the science text book in the same order and format as on the recording sheet. Slide 4 What do Animals Eat? This page is a follow up to the smart board, What Animals Eat and the two videos Carnivores, Herbivores, and Omnivores. Students can write or draw the animals on the tree map or they can use the clip art from the 10th slide. Slide 5- Camouflage or Mimicry ? This page is a follow up to the smart board, Camouflage or Mimicry and the two videos titled Camouflage. Animals
By: ________________________________________ Teacher: _____________ We will classify animals according to observable features and will identify ways the animals within the group are alike. Science Grade ___________/16 Animals mammals birds fish
examples examples We will gather information about what animals eat. Science Grade ________/ 12 What do animals eat? herbivores carnivores omnivores
Today we will learn about how camouflage and mimicry help animals stay safe and get their food. Science Grade ____/10 1. Name of animal _____________________________ 2. Does this animal use camouflage or mimicry? 3. Glue down the picture of the animal or draw one and create the animals habitat.
Teacher Pages Sample Answers and Clip Art Sample answers We will classify animals according to observable features and will identify ways the animals within the group are alike. 2 points for each section Science Grade ___________/16 Animals mammals description
Covered in fur Has live babies examples Dogs people birds fish description Feathers
Lays eggs examples Eagles ducks amphibians description Scales Lives in water examples
Gold fish flounder description Lives on land and water Damp skin examples Frogs newts We will gather information about what animals eat.
Science Grade ________/ 12 What do animals eat? Sample Answers herbivores Zebra Deer Rabbit Elephant carnivores
omnivores Crocodile Octopus Lion Shark Pig People Chicken monkey Optional Clip to be used for
What do animals eat? Book page Students can do research on there own and record the animals they find on tree map or you can use the following clip art as a guide for the students that need it. Optional Clip to be used for Camouflage and Mimicry Page Book page Students can choose their own animal for this page or you can use the following clip art as a guide. You will give each student one picture to glue down.
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