In this animal gender worksheet, students complete a graphic organizer, filling in the names that given animals are called as males, females and babies.
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New Review "Steer" Toward STEM: Careers in Animal Agriculture
Think like an engineer and an agricultural scientist over the course of 12 lessons in a STEM based unit. Young scientists take on the roles of animal physiologists, animal geneticists, agricultural engineers, animal nutritionists, and...
3rd - 5th Science CCSS: Designed
4-H Veterinary Science Activity Page- Life Skill
In this veterinary science activity page activity, students focus on the life skills associated with ethical decision making. They describe their favorite pet animal, how to care for their pet based on its needs, complete 14 true or...
4th - 6th 21st Century Skills
The Chesapeake Bay in Captain John Smith's Time
When Captain John Smith visited the Chesapeake Bay in the summer of 1608, what types of animals and habitats did he encounter? Your young historians will analyze primary source documents to answer this question, as well as compare the...
4th - 5th Science CCSS: Adaptable
The Gopher Tortoise
Can you believe the gopher tortoise was around when the dinosaurs were walking the Earth. Learn all about this creature that is one of Florida's most popular reptiles. Hands-on-activities and a glossary full of scientific terms make this...
3rd - 5th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Infusing Equity by Gender into the Classroom
Students discover the biases between the two genders by comparing males and females in different species. For this gender identity lesson, students research National Geographic Magazine and view videos demonstrating the differences...
1st - 12th Visual & Performing Arts
OBSERVING THE ROLES OF MALES AND FEMALES IN THE NURTURING OF THE YOUNG THROUGHOUT THE ANIMAL KINGDOM
Students watch animal videos to identify and compare the male/female roles of different species of animals. They draw conclusions and compare those roles to those of humans. They discuss how the human male/female roles have changed...
K - Higher Ed Science