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  1. Animals Ms. Montgomery 2nd Grade Life Science

  2. Objectives • Students will identify the basic need of animals for energy, growth, and protection. • Students will organize animals into a group/groups based on their physical characteristics. • Students will explain how different animals are supported by different environments in the world. SC Standards: • 2-2.1 • 2-2.2 • 2-2.3

  3. How are animals grouped? Grouped based on their physical characteristics • Mammals • Hair or fur • Give birth. Produce milk • Lungs • 4 legs. Ears that stick out • Warm blooded • Reptiles • Scales. Dry skin • Eggs. Sometimes live young. • 4 legs or no legs • Cold blooded

  4. How are animals grouped? • Birds • Feathers and wings • Lays eggs • 2 legs • Warm blooded • Ear holes • Insects • Wings • Lay eggs • 6 legs • Cold blooded

  5. How are animals grouped? • Fish • No hair or fur. Scales • Gills • Lays many eggs • Cold blooded • Water • Amphibians • Webbed feet • No hair or fur. Smooth skin • 4 legs; gills; Lays many eggs • Cold blooded • Land and water

  6. Basic Needs • The basic needs of any animal for energy, growth, and protection are: • Food • Water • Shelter • Air

  7. Butterfly Video Teacher Tube Video of the lifecycle of a butterfly Monarch Butterfly Metamorphosis

  8. Test your Knowledge • Animals are grouped based on their __________ characteristics. • Pigs are grouped under the _________ group. • Insects like Butterflies have ___ legs. • Fish breathe through their ______. • ______ gives animals energy. physical Mammals 6 Gills Food