Reptiles and Amphibians (1)
K - 3rd
In this animals worksheet, students practice decoding the names of 14 different types of reptiles and amphibians. Students write their answers on the lines provided on the worksheet.
Amphibians and Reptiles
Sixth graders observe the different state of frog development. In this biology lesson, 6th graders conduct a series of experiments on amphibians. They differentiate reptiles from amphibians.
Reptile and Amphibian Study Merit Badge Workbook
In this reptile and amphibian Boy Scout merit badge worksheet, students complete 7 pages of short answer questions about reptiles and amphibians. They identify the characteristics of each, tell where they are located, and make sketches or take photographs of at least four species.
Third graders differentiate between vertebrates and invertebrates, and identify the main characteristics of mammals, fish, reptiles, amphibians, and birds. They sort and categorize different types of balls, discuss the characteristics of five types of vertebrates, and participate in a characteristic identification game.
Leapin' Lizards And Other Facts About Reptiles And Amphibians
Learners compare and contrast reptiles and amphibians. As a class, students discuss the yellow-spotted lizard mentioned in the novel Holes. Using internet resources, learners research facts about reptiles and amphibians and document their findings on a provided worksheet.
What is a Metaphor? - Examples, Definition & Types
Metaphors, the definition of, types of, and examples of, are the subject of a short video that models for viewers this grand poobah of literary terms. Colorful images and animations are used to illustrate the connections between seemingly dissimilar things. In addition, the narrator introduces the concept of equivalence to distinguish between metaphors and similes. Consider extending the lesson plan by asking class members to craft their own examples of metaphors, extended metaphors, and mixed metaphors. The video can stand alone or be used with the other seven in a series that examine literary devices.
A Planet Full of Animals
Students study animals and practice classifying them through observation activities. In this animal classification instructional activity, students complete a KWL chart about animals. Students then sort pictures of animals into chart categories based on their observations of the animal characteristics. Students complete an animal collage.
Classification of Animals
Third graders practice classiyfying items and identify three major characteristics scientists use to classify animals. They describe the differences between ectothermic and endothermic animals.
Fourth graders are able to explain why reptiles and /or amphibians have certain adaptations. They use the library resources and the library databases to find information about reptiles and amphibians. Students organize the information that they have found into a brochure.
Second graders work in small groups to research reptiles. They explore various websites, take notes, view a reptile PowerPoint presentation, and illustrate and write a summary of their research.
Science Talk about Mammals and Reptiles/Amphibians
Third graders use the internet to research mammals, reptiles and amphibians. They list important items about their chosen animal. Students identify characteristics of an animal and where they live. They classify animals as a mammal, reptile, amphibian.