Is It Slimy? Does It Have Fur? Is It Really a Bird?
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Sixth graders identify the different types of vertebrate animals based upon their major characteristics, as they create collages in groups. Collages show pictures of vertebrate animals labeled with the appropriate structural characteristics.
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