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Explore the similarities and differences among and within animal groups. Gain an understanding of structure, growth, changes, movement and basic needs. During each presentation, observe a variety of animals to learn how each interacts with its surroundings and uses anatomy or adaptations to best function in its environment.


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

  • Distinguish between animals that eat meat, plant matter, or both
  • Name two differences in teeth structure in animals
  • Describe two different ways animals move
  • Describe what on an animal’s body lets them move in a special way
  • Define adaptation

Essential Standards:

K: K.L.1.1, K.L.1.2

Methods and Activities:

Live animals, museum collections, replicas, interactive centers, natural artifacts

Key Vocabulary:

Movement, adaptation, carnivore, omnivore, herbivore, molars, incisors

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  • Duration: 50 minutes
  • $11 per student
  • Minimum 15 students