Students investigate vertebrates and invertebrates with this engaging, hands-on science activity to determine the purpose of the backbone.

Vertebrates vs Invertebrates

Students investigate vertebrates and invertebrates with this engaging, hands-on science activity to determine the purpose of the backbone.

Vertebrates and Invertebrates: Make a Spine!  Students will see how the backbone of a vertebrate animal is made up of both bones (mints) and cartilage (gummies) which allow it to bend and move. The best part -- it doubles as a tasty treat!

Vertebrates and Invertebrates: Make a Spine! Students will see how the backbone of a vertebrate animal is made up of both bones (mints) and cartilage (gummies) which allow it to bend and move. The best part -- it doubles as a tasty treat!

Classification of Animals Scientists have divided the Animal Kingdom into two main groups: vertebrates (animals with a backbone) invertebrates (animals.

Classification of Animals Scientists have divided the Animal Kingdom into two main groups: vertebrates (animals with a backbone) invertebrates (animals.

ScienceWorks for Kids: Animals with Backbones, Grades 1-3 - Teacher Resource Book;  Evan-Moor.com/scienceworks

ScienceWorks for Kids: Animals with Backbones, Grades 1-3 - Teacher Resource Book; Evan-Moor.com/scienceworks

Students investigate vertebrates and invertebrates with this engaging, hands-on science activity to determine the purpose of the backbone.

Vertebrates vs Invertebrates

Students investigate vertebrates and invertebrates with this engaging, hands-on science activity to determine the purpose of the backbone.

Science Sunday: Anatomy ideas - Adventures in Mommydom - brilliant anatomy project links

Science Sunday: Anatomy ideas

Science Sunday: Anatomy ideas - Adventures in Mommydom - brilliant anatomy project links

Vertebrate animal art - for animal science unit - Have children draw pictures of vertebrates and invertebrates. Then, use q-tips to depict the backbones. Great visual tool!

Vertebrate animal art - for animal science unit - Have children draw pictures of vertebrates and invertebrates. Then, use q-tips to depict the backbones. Great visual tool!

These six 8.5 x 11 Animals with Backbones Posters list the characteristics of mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds, and fish.You could post these in your classroom as a reference. They could make a nice addition to a science learning station about animals.

Animals with Backbones Posters

These six 8.5 x 11 Animals with Backbones Posters list the characteristics of mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds, and fish.You could post these in your classroom as a reference. They could make a nice addition to a science learning station about animals.

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