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These activities help students understand the characteristics of animal skulls and their impact on animal behaviour.

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In this unit, students are introduced to the concept of habitats within an environment.

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This activity introduces the concept of natural selection in birds.

Discusses the types of animals.

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This resource describes the life cycle of the frog. Illustrations and activities are included.

This reading describes the penguin.

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This lesson introduces students to deep sea animals, their habitats and their characteristics.

This lesson introduces students to different habitats and the types of animals that live in these habitats.

This resource introduces students to the different animal groups and their characteristics.

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This lesson introduces students to the eating relationships between plants and animals.  It describes food webs and illustrates examples of food chains in the marine context.


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