Science & Nature
Animals Teeth: Animal Classification by Tooth & Fun Facts
Let's talk about animal teeth, their shapes and how many. Classify animals by what they eat: carnivores, herbivores, omnivores.
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In this class we will explore teeth in several different animals using interactive online worksheets I've created just for this class. We will discuss how animal teeth come in different shapes and sizes, and serve different purposes and some fun facts (like a snail has over 15,000 teeth). We will determine what food an animal eats by the shape of the teeth, and learn the number of teeth of certain animals. Carnivores generally have long sharp teeth, herbivores have wide and flat teeth, and...
Learners will gain a better understanding that different animals have different teeth - due to what their diet is. Able to identify several animals, how many teeth, and determine by what they eat whether they are carnivores, herbivores or omnivores.
OPTIONAL: A fun series of books to read... "What If You Had Animal Teeth is one of the several books from a series written by Sandra Markle and illustrated by Howard McWilliam. These informational texts are incredibly fun and engaging while being very informative too! This book begins with a scenario of the reader losing their two front teeth and instead two animal teeth will grow in." www.goodreads.com/book/show/17408995-what-if-you-had-animal-teeth
Learners will NOT need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools. "Raise hand" - Zoom offers a way for students to digitally raise their hands. Students can click the ‘Participants‘ button to expand the participants panel. At the bottom of this panel, there is a button called “raise hand.” Students can use this button to get my attention if they are muted. We mute the class because there is often times feedback from different mics and noises in the background that can make it a challenge to hear clearly. Headsets work well, but not required. A quiet background, a quiet place in home, truly helps all who are in the class to hear and is super-duper appreciated.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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