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Do they eat the same food? Do they live in the same place? Does a lion look like a dolphin? Have they got the same parts of the body?
What do they have in common?
Take a look at this video!
Yes, they all are mammals.Mammals have got babies and they give milk to their babies.They all have hair or fur and teeth.
Mammals are everywhere. Polar bears live in very cold areas. Camels live in hot areas. Bats live in caves and fly in the air. Dolphins live in the oceans. This is why their bodies are different.
Today you are going to work in small groups. Choose one mammal and label the parts of its body. Then, describe it.
You can use the dictionaries!!!!
If you want to know more about mammals and other animal classes , click on the picture.
Ademais, nesta ocasión deixovos a rúbrica que elaborei para avaliar esta tarefa.
I would like to recommend these books that can be used to introduce or reinforce the concepts of time.
“WHAT TIME IS IT, MR. CROCODILE?” BY JUDY SIERRA
And every morning five pesky monkeys ruin them.
Whatever he does, they are always around.
It’s time for Mr. Crocodile to do something drastic.
“WHAT’S THE TIME MR. WOLF?” ILLUSTRATED BY ANNIE KUBLER
What can they eat that will satisfy their hunger?
Could it be you?
This video clip is composed of song, echo chant, song, and melody.Enjoy it!
“WHAT’S THE TIME, MR. WOLF?” BY DEBI GLIORI
What time is it?
Time to celebrate Mr. Wolf’s big day.
Listen to Debi Gliori tell the story of Mr Wolf as he goes about his daily routine from breakfast to bedtime — and get to know the real Mr Wolf!
Let’s practise the new vocabulary!
Here you have other quizlets to review more vocabulary.