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.

Introduction to Fish. What are Fish? Fish are aquatic vertebrates (animals with backbones) with fins for appendages. They

Introduction to Fish. What are Fish? Fish are aquatic vertebrates (animals with backbones) with fins for appendages. They

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!

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

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

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.

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!

candy spinal column- I would adapt this using buttons or other non edible things.

How to make a candy spine

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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