Echinoderm Teacher Resources
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Echinoderm structure and characteristics are the focus of this reading comprehension and labeling activity. Attractive diagrams and ample information make this a suitable homework assignment for your biology buffs when learning about animal classification.
Learners study starfish through dissection. In this biology lesson plan, students explore the lives of starfish as they view a slide show, observe parts of echinoderms, and compare the classification of the starfish with other invertebrates.
Students explore the lives and habitats of various species of sea urchins and starfish. Information gained is displayed in a visual format utilizing video clips, narration, and the four learning styles.
Students explain how the starfish relates to its classification. They dissect the dorsal side of the starfish to expose the internal structures.
In this biology worksheet, students complete a crossword puzzle with 20 questions on echinoderms and chordates characteristics and features.
In this echinoderms worksheet, students trace sentences about echinoderms. Students trace 2 sentences that take up 4 lines total.
This is a very specific powerpoint that leads students through questions about Sea Stars, their structure, and function. There are questions regarding the clear images on each slide, and there are some general questions about the echinoderm class at the end.
In this mollusks, arthropods, and echinoderms worksheet, students answer questions that describe the characteristics of mollusks, the types of mollusks, and examples of cephalopods.
In this echinoderm activity, students will explore the characteristics of echinoderms including their body structures and larval stages. Then students will match the five classes of echinoderms to their descriptions. This activity has 4 short answer, 4 true or false, 5 matching, and 21 fill in the blank questions.
In this invertebrate worksheet, students review characteristics of the different types of invertebrates. This worksheet places 32 vocabulary words into a crossword puzzle.
Learn all about echinoderms and arthropods through the attached reading, complete with stunning photographs and review questions; keep track of the key concepts using the handout. For kids with a lower reading level, consider projecting the reading and going over it together as a class. Although the worksheet refers to a different reading, the included selection answers all of the questions and more.
Students examine the attributes of crickets. In this arthropods lesson plan, students observe crickets and sketch and label their parts. Students respond to questions regarding their observations.
In this biology instructional activity, students complete a concept map using the terms and phrases provided. They fill in 13 blanks with the appropriate words.
In this biology worksheet, learners complete a concept map on echinoderms using the terms provided. They fill in the 7 blanks with the correct answer.
In this echinoderms learning exercise, students will read information about echinoderms and invertebrate chordates. Then students will compare their similarities and differences by completing 1 short answer question.
In this invertebrate worksheet, students will review 11 vocabulary words associated with the characteristics of echinoderms and invertebrate chordates. This worksheet is a crossword puzzle.
In this echinoderm worksheet, students will read about how echinoderms move. Then, using a diagram of a sea star, students will order the steps of water flow through the sea star. This worksheet has 1 matching question.
Students examine animals belonging to the various animal phyla. In this animal phyla lesson plan, students observe and answer questions about animals at different stations in the classroom. They draw the animals they observe and answer questions about external features and the characteristics of the particular animal phyla observed.
In this barrier beach dynamics worksheet, students are given 6 categories of species found in the barrier beach area. They check off all species encountered including bivalve mollusks, univalve mollusks, crustaceans, echinoderms, plants and any other species not in these groups.