Analyzing Animal Anatomy

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What do we have in common with other animals? How do their bodily systems function? Discover what we have in common with other members of the animal kingdom as well as significant differences that make each species unique.

Objectives:

At the end of the program the student will be able to:

  • Explain two differences between human and other animal skeletal systems
  • Describe skin and how it protects
  • Identify other types of body coverings
  • Compare and contrast muscular systems between us and other animals

Essential Standards:

3.L.1.1, 3.L.1.2

Methods and Activities:

Museum artifacts, biofacts, live animals

Key Vocabulary:

Skin, skeleton, skulls, muscles, anatomy, keel, scales

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  • Grades 3 - 4
  • Duration: 50 minutes
  • $11 per student
  • Minimum 15 students