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Mammals

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Lesson: Mammals

Discover the different parts of mammals such as backbones, fur, hair, claws, teeth, and horns, and see how these special body parts help them survive in their habitats.

Student Application

Discover the different parts of mammals such as backbones, fur, hair, claws, teeth, and horns, and see how these special body parts help them survive in their habitats.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will realize that there are many kinds of mammals; humans, dogs, cats, dolphins, and even whales are mammals.
  2. Students will know that mammals are fairly intelligent. The primate family, which includes human beings, is an excellent example of smart mammals.
  3. Students will notice that mammals eat a wid...

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Supporting Activities

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    1. With younger students: Ask the class if they can name some mammals. List them on the board. After several mammals (dogs, cats, pigs, cows, etc.) have been named correctly, see what they all have in common. They have hair or fur, they feed their babies milk from their bodies...

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Mammals Have Vertebrae
Food
Mammals On The Move
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