- Discusses that animals without backbones are called invertebrates. Includes Invertebrates that are classified by their body characteristics; most kinds of invertebrates live in the ocean; invertebrates have developed different ways of acquiring food; invertebrates' movements are adapted to the animals' needs; invertebrates have developed many forms of self defense; some invertebrates build homes.
- A variety of engaging activities present the concepts in ways that students can understand.
- Each concept presented includes teacher directions for lessons and reproducible resource pages.
- Includes sets of picture cards, mini-books and lab sheets to record the results of hands-on investigations.
|grade||kindergarten; 1st grade; 2nd grade; 3rd grade|
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