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First graders investigate the characteristics of vertebrates. They classify each as mammal, fish, bird, and reptiles. Students explore the differences between various types of animals and classify each.
Pupils study different kinds of animals and what group they belong to. In this animal classification instructional activity students view different animals and sort them by what group they belong to, for example a snake is in the reptile group.
Students identify four different categories of reptiles and explain how snakes deliver their venom to their prey.
Students investigate the eyes and eyelids of reptiles and amphibians. In this animal biology lesson, students listen to a lecture on the characteristics of amphibians and reptiles and complete a crocodile eyelid activity sheet.
Students study about Caimans-large reptiles that live in Manu. They create a model of the bite of the caiman in a class activity. They calculate the length of the caiman from the size of the model bite.
Young scholars explore the characteristics of reptile and amphibian eyes and eye lids. They discuss the differences between reptile eyes and mammal eyes. Students create a model of a crocodile eye.
In this alligator worksheet, students read a short essay describing the natural history of this reptile. Then students complete 3 fill in the blank and 3 short answer questions.
Students investigate reptiles and reptile habitats. They listen to books, cut out magazine pictures of reptiles from National Geographic, sort plastic animals into the categories of mammal, reptile, or amphibian, watch a National Geographic video, and create their own reptile.
In this word search worksheet, learners locate ten reptiles. The word list includes tortoise, boa, skink, alligator, and turtle.
In this reptile activity, students take a list of different types of reptiles and match the name of the reptile to its description. This activity has 16 matching questions.
Zoologists tour of the worlds of reptiles and birds when viewing this presentation. The physical characteristics, methods of reproduction, homeostasis, and special senses of each are detailed. Diagrams include the reptile egg, bird beaks, and the structure of a feather. This is an outstanding overview of these two phyla that can be used when teaching classification in a biology class.
In this word search worksheet, students will find and circle the names of 21 Australian reptiles and amphibians. A realistic, color picture accompanies the name of each animal.
In this biology worksheet, students complete a crossword puzzle with 35 questions about reptiles. They identify the different types of reptiles.
Pupils are shown how to use the Digital Atlas of Idaho. They use a dichotomous key to identify species of Idaho reptiles. Students describe some basic life characteristics of reptiles. They use th visual key to identify the species listed on the list.
In this reptile riddles worksheet, students use their vocabulary skills to respond find the answers to the 18 riddles regarding reptiles.
In this reptiles vocabulary worksheet, students complete a ten question multiple choice activity pertaining to reptiles. Students read the questions and choose the correct answer from four choices.
In this reptiles worksheet, students use an idea map to compare amphibian and reptile adaptations. Students complete 2 short answer questions based on the idea map.
In this Eyewitness Video "Reptile" worksheet, students complete a set of 14 questions about the video. A reference web site is given for additional activities
In this reptiles activity, students read 11 definitions and match them to the correct vocabulary words in a word box. Students write the reptile vocabulary words in front of each definition.
In this amphibians and reptiles worksheet, students answer short answer questions about amphibians, reptiles, their characteristics, groups, and more. Students complete 8 questions total.