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Title: Animals


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Animals
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Table of Contents
  • Georgia Performance Standards
  • Identify the needs of animals
  • -Air
  • -Water
  • -Food
  • -Shelter
  • Identify the types of animals and their
    characteristics
  • The Lifecycle of an Animal
  • Pie Chart and Column Chart
  • Cool Animal Books
  • Resources

Click on the monkeys to hear how they
sound!!!!!!!!!
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  • S1L1. Students will investigate the
    characteristics and basic needs of plants and
    animals.
  • b. Identify the basic needs of an animal.
  • Air
  • Water
  • Food
  • Shelter
  • d. Compare and describe various
    animals-appearance, motion, growth, basic needs

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The Basic Needs of Animals
  • Air
  • Food

Water
Shelter
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ANIMALS NEED AIR
Animals need to spend sometime outdoors. They
need the fresh air just like we need fresh air.
Spend time exercising your animal. This will
make them healthy! Click on the website to find
out more information. http//www.dpi.qld.gov.au/an
imalwelfare/13955.html
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Animals Need Water
  • Just like we need water to survive, animals need
    water too. If animals do not get enough clean
    water, they will get sick quickly and die. Also
    make sure that the container that the water is in
    is clean. Clean, cool water is particularly
    important for all animals, and especially
  • when the weather is hot
  • for animals that spend a lot of time out in the
    sun
  • for animals that have been working or exercising
  • for animals that eat mainly dried food like cat
    or dog biscuits or mouse or guinea pig pellets
  • for mothers that are nursing young animals

Click on the cat to learn more about water for
animals.
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Animals Need Food!!
Animals need the right kind of food to survive.
Just like we need food for energy, so do animals.
Make sure you feed them the right kind of
food. Click on the website below to learn more
about the right kind of food to give your
animal. http//www.dpi.qld.gov.au/animalwelfare/13
973.html Click here to see a small video on what
animals eat. Click on View then Test Drive to
see video. http//www.teachersdomain.org/K-2/sci/l
ife/colt/eat/index.html
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Animals Need Shelter
Animals need a shelter. This shelter or home
needs to protect them from the hot, cold, and
from danger. Also the place in which the
animal lives has to have all the necessities they
need in order to survive.
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The Types of Animals
Mammals warm-blooded backbone fur or hair well-developed brain Babies are fed with milk from the mothers body. Reptiles dry, rough, scaly skin cold-blooded lungs for breathing backbone most hatch from eggs Birds have feathers warm-blooded hatch from eggs backbones beak two wings two legs
Fish lives in water breaths through gills backbone cold-blooded most have fins most are covered with scales Insects six legs three main body parts (head, thorax, and abdomen) hard outer covering (exoskeleton) most have wings most have a pair of antennae Amphibians cold-blooded backbone usually lives part of its life in water and part of its life on land most have smooth, moist skin no scales
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The Lifecycle of an Animal
fast. This is an example of the life cycle of
chicken. You can see if starts off as an egg and
then grows into an adult. Once it is an adult,
the chicken will lay an egg and the cycle will
start all over again.
This is an example of a lifecycle of an animal.
Most animals start out as an egg. After the baby
hatches or is born live (mammals), then the baby
quickly grows. Some babies take a long time to
become an adult while others grow up
Just born
Egg
Adult
Baby
http//esd.iu5.org/LessonPlans/LifeCycle/animals.h
tm Click here to learn about more lifecycle of
animals.
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The Animals We Have at Home
While in class, the students graphed the pets
they had at home. This is an example of how to
incorporate math with our learning of animals.
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As you can see, there are more Insects than any
other species of animals.
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Great Animal Books
If You Give a Pig a Party By Laura Numeroff
Dog Breath By Dan Pilkey
Tops and Bottoms By Janet Stevens
Fantastic Mr. Fox By Roald Dahl
Cricket in Time Square By George Selden
Charlottes Web By E.B. White
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Resources
  • http//www.dpi.qld.gov.au/animalwelfare/11594.html
  • Great source for information on animals and
  • their need
  • http//www.kidzone.ws/animals/animal_classes.htm
  • Great source on animals classification
  • http//www.amazon.com/
  • Great source on books and literature
  • http//esd.iu5.org/LessonPlans/LifeCycle/animals.h
    tm
  • Great source on lifecycles
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