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    • #920

      buddingnaturalist
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      Ellen McHenry has a chart of invertebrates, which would work great in a science notebook:

      Lift-the-flap classification chart of invertebrates

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      buddingnaturalist
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      Sara Levine, the author of “Bone by Bone: Comparing Animal Skeletons” has complementary activity pages with outlines of various animal skeletons to color in:

      http://www.saralevinebooks.com/for-teachers/

    • #924

      buddingnaturalist
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      DK’s “The Visual Dictionary of Animals” from the Eyewitness Visual Dictionary series has been a valuable resource for this lesson. Each two-page spread has a skeleton (or a photo for invertebrates) with labelled parts. Most of the pages also include external features and an illustration of internal anatomy.

      Contents include:
      Carnivores; Rabbits and Rodents; Ungulates; Elephants; Primates; Dolphins, Whales and Seals; Marsupials and Monotremes; Birds; Amphibians; Lizards and Snakes; Crocodilians and Turtles; Sharks and Jawless Fish; Bony Fish; Butterflies and Moths; Beetles, Ants, and Bees; Arachnids; Crustaceans; Starfish and Sea Urchins; Sponges, Jellyfish, and Sea Anemones; Worms, Flukes, and Leeches; and Mollusks

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