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  • Classification by kalps

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    Classification. Classification of plants and animals 1 CLASSIFICATION OF ANIMALS Learning Objectives : To explain how animals are classified into groups. 7A Signs of life – The meaning of life 4 7A Signs of life - The meaning of life S = S…

  • Using keys to identify organisms by AshBrown


    Using keys to identify organisms. Students will label organisms by using a key. FISH Does it live in the water some of the time? Y Mammals How many legs has it got? Spiders 8 Insects 6 Centipede Millipede Lots Does it have a jelly like bod…

  • Making keys worksheet HT by HarrisSchool


    Making keys worksheet HT. a worksheet going through how to classify animals using keys Name Keys You can use keys to identify plants and animals. Flowering plant Conifer Fern Moss Questions What would you identify the following plants as f…

  • Branching Keys Exercise by Ward6974


    Branching Keys Exercise. Pupils can use the sheet to construct a branching key. The exercise is made easy by the fact that pupils can look at the characteristics in any order, and the key will still work out so that each individual can be …

  • presentation on constructing a key by ClickBiology

    presentation on constructing a key. Presentation that teaches students to construct their own key. Does the dog have a brown and black coat? 1. Is the dog over 65cm tall? If yes go to question 2 If no go to question 5 2. Does the dog have …

  • Classification wordsearch HT by HarrisSchool


    Classification wordsearch HT. A wordsearch starter for classifying animals KEY ANIMALS PLANTS GROUPING SEPERATING DIVIDING BTEC Classification KEY ANIMALS PLANTS GROUPING SEPERATING DIVIDING BTEC Classification

  • Silly Science Dichotomus Key. by Robison1

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    Silly Science Dichotomus Key.. A good introduction tool to the Classification topic. 1 Large Paper Clip Small Paper Clip Paper Fastener Sharpened Pencil Ruler Pen Lid Scissors Splint Unsharpened Pencil Eraser Calculator 2 Time to Check 3 S…

  • KS3 Gruffalo - food webs, chains, id keys by TRJ


    KS3 Gruffalo - food webs, chains, id keys. Pyramid of Numbers The acorn has come from 1 Oak Tree Its acorns are eaten by 50 Mice Those 50 mice are eaten by 20 owls The 20 owls are eaten by 1 gruffalo What would a pyramid of numbers look li…

  • Making Classification Keys by whiskeyquick


    Making Classification Keys. Activity to help pupils create simple classification keys of plants and animals Your Name L.Wickham Science AST Animal Key Question Picture Q1: does it have 4 legs? Does it have black markings on it’s eyes? If A…

  • Learn Classification using Cars lesson by pand

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    Learn Classification using Cars lesson. KS3 lesson in which students practise the skills needed to use and create keys. Includes lesson plan, WS, and two sheets each showing the same 15 models of car (but from different angles and sometime…

  • Introduction to Classification by Evolution_Kills


    Introduction to Classification. An interactive PowerPoint designed to provide an introduction to dichotomous keys. 5 What feature splits the group in half? 6 1) Does he have a hat? Grumpy Gills” Dory’s Features Not green Has fins Back to t…

  • Identification/classification key by eleanorvickers

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    Identification/classification key. Project the smartboard file to the class. Pupils should use this key to name the pond life species on the worksheet. Good for BTEC biology. Water louse Water mite Shrimp Bullhead fish Water spider Flatwor…

  • Classification wordsearch (harder) HT by HarrisSchool


    Classification wordsearch (harder) HT. A more challenging classification wordsearch starter worksheet Words: Classification grouping identify key necessary no one question yes ________ are ways to classify organisms. It is __________ to cl…

  • Use a Key to Name the Big Cats by Helen R


    Use a Key to Name the Big Cats. A key and images to allow students to correctly name the big cats. Identify the Big Cats-Identification Key Look at the 5 photographs of big cats and use the questions in the key below to help you identify t…

  • Classification Jumbles by Alfie22


    Classification Jumbles. Activity to support early entry and special needs in to understand how organisms are classified. Pupils put the puzzles together, then use the grid to summarise the information. A good literacy activity. Answers pro…

  • Invertebrate classification key by Rowan Savage


    Invertebrate classification key. This is a worksheet that encourages students to make their own classification for invertebrates with the beginning of a classification tree provided at the bottom of the page. What major (classification) gr…

  • Classification Keys (Low ability) by rdj1

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    Classification Keys (Low ability). This resource was prepared by a colleague - fantastic for low ability students (GCSE) or high ability (KS3) for preparing keys. Apply your learning to construct your very own key. Apply your learning to c…

  • Species Discovery - Keys & Classification (11-14) by ARKive

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    Species Discovery - Keys & Classification (11-14). Explore the world’s newly discovered species and challenge students’ understanding of how scientists discover and classify species previously unknown to science. Does it have webbed feet a…