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  1. Classifying Animals! Jill Talhelm

  2. Home Page • There are six different classifications for animals. What are they? • Once you have learned them all… MAMMALS BIRDS FISH REPTILES AMPHIBIANS INSECTS Let’s Classify!

  3. Mammals!

  4. Orientation Mammals • Many of the animals that we encounter everyday are mammals. Our house pets, such as dogs and cats, are mammals as well as people! There are certain characteristics that all mammals have including us!

  5. What makes a mammal a mammal? • All mammals are vertebrates. • All mammals are warm-blooded.

  6. What is a vertebrate??? • A vertebrate is an animal with a segmented spinal column and a well developed brain. • Vertebrates have backbones!

  7. What does “warm-blooded” mean??? • Animals that are warm-blooded maintain a nearly constant body temperature. • For example, humans are warm-blooded and keep a constant temperature around 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit.

  8. What else makes a mammal a mammal? • Their bodies are covered with hair or fur. • They breathe air through lungs. • The mothers feed their young milk. • Most are born from a live-birth.

  9. Mammals in our World: • Dogs • Whales • Giraffes • Squirrels • Humans!

  10. It’s QUIZ Time! How well do you know your mammals?

  11. Frog Rabbit Chicken Question #1 Which of the following is a mammal?

  12. CORRECT!

  13. Incorrect. HINT… Remember, mammal are covered with hair or fur. Which animal would that be? TRY AGAIN!

  14. All mammals have backbones. Question #2 True False TRUE or FALSE:

  15. CORRECT! Lets learn about another type of animal!

  16. Incorrect. HINT… Humans are mammals. Do we have backbones? All mammals are vertebrates. Do you remember what this means? TRY AGAIN!

  17. Birds!

  18. Orientation Birds • There are so many different kinds of birds that we see in our world. Some we can see flying in the sky and nesting in trees. Others are farm birds that cannot fly or are used for food. However different these birds may be, they do have certain qualities in common.

  19. What makes a bird a bird? • All birds are vertebrates. • All birds are warm-blooded.

  20. What is a vertebrate??? • A vertebrate is an animal with a segmented spinal column and a well developed brain. • Vertebrates have backbones!

  21. What does “warm-blooded” mean??? • Animals that are warm-blooded maintain a nearly constant body temperature. • For example, humans are warm-blooded and keep a constant temperature around 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit.

  22. What else makes a bird a bird? • They have feathers and wings. • They breathe air through lungs. • They lay eggs.

  23. Birds in our World: • Pigeons • Penguins • Flamingos • Chickens • Ostriches

  24. It’s QUIZ Time! How well do you know your birds?

  25. Scales Fur Feathers Question #1 What covers the body of a bird?

  26. CORRECT!

  27. Incorrect. HINT… Often times, pillows and coats are stuffed with the body covering from birds. What could this be? TRY AGAIN!

  28. Baby birds hatch from eggs. Question #2 True False TRUE or FALSE:

  29. CORRECT! Lets learn about another type of animal!

  30. Incorrect. HINT… When birds build nests, they are making a place to lay their eggs. TRY AGAIN!

  31. Fish!

  32. Orientation Fish • In the amazing under-water world, there are millions of fish of all shapes and sizes. Some live in the deep sea, while others live in rivers and streams. There are several characteristics that all fish posses. Go Fish!

  33. What makes a fish a fish? • All fish are vertebrates. • All fish are cold-blooded.

  34. What is a vertebrate??? • A vertebrate is an animal with a segmented spinal column and a well developed brain. • Vertebrates have backbones!

  35. What does “cold-blooded” mean??? • Animals that are cold-blooded have an internal body temperature according to the temperature of their surroundings. • For example, fish have a low body temperature in cold water and a high body temperature in warm water.

  36. What else makes a fish a fish? • They have scales, fins, and tails. • They breathe underwater using gills.

  37. Fish in our World: • Gold Fish • Shark • Clown Fish • Seahorse • Angler Fish (Deep Sea)

  38. It’s QUIZ Time! How well do you know your fish?

  39. With Lungs With a Snorkel With Gills Question #1 How do fish breathe?

  40. CORRECT!

  41. Incorrect. HINT… Fish live underwater and do not come up for air. What allows them to do this? TRY AGAIN!

  42. The body temperature of a fish stays at a constant temperature. Question #2 True False TRUE or FALSE:

  43. CORRECT! Lets learn about another type of animal!

  44. Incorrect. HINT… Fish are cold-blooded. Do you remember what this means? TRY AGAIN!

  45. Reptiles!

  46. Orientation Reptiles • Reptiles have been around on our earth for millions of years. There are many different kinds of reptiles in our world. Some are small enough to be pets, and others are large and ferocious. They are all similar in several specific ways.

  47. What makes a reptile a reptile? • All reptiles are vertebrates. • All reptiles are cold-blooded.

  48. What is a vertebrate??? • A vertebrate is an animal with a segmented spinal column and a well developed brain. • Vertebrates have backbones!

  49. What does “cold-blooded” mean??? • Animals that are cold-blooded have an internal body temperature according to the temperature of their surroundings. • For example, fish have a low body temperature in cold water and a high body temperature in warm water.

  50. What else makes a reptile a reptile? • They have dry, scaly skin. • They breathe air through their lungs. • They lay eggs.