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Animal Classification By Nick and Riley
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Animal Classification Primary Unit Study Pack By The Teachers Desk
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28 page unit study on animal classification; the five classes of vertebrates and a brief introduction to invertebrates. Includes D'Nealian-style writing practice, animal vocabulary, animal report... More > guide, math charting activity, quizzes, teacher notes, and answer keys. Primary level (grades 1-3). *.pdf file format, Adobe Acrobat reader required (free download at Adobe website).< Less
Animal Kingdom Picture Activity Cards By TheTeachersDesk.info
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Use these cards to teach about animal classification, animal kingdom vocabulary, as a learning center activity, on bulletin boards, or for building a science notebook. Set includes 20 reference... More > cards with labels, labels, and picture cards without labels for matching, and 3x5 index card size to print on cardstock. Also included are handwriting practice sheets in manuscript, D'Nealian, and cursive with all the vocabulary words in the set, charts, links, worksheets, and answer key. 65 pages< Less
Birds By TheTeachersDesk.info
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Learn how fascinating and diverse these cute animals are; how they're classified, their unusual bone structure, the wide variety of nests and eggs of different birds, how to determine what they eat... More > by their beaks and feet, and more. This unit includes content, accompanying worksheets, graphics, projects and activities, answer keys; links to more worksheets, bird drawing instructions, research sources, coloring pages. Also included is a section on extreme birds, fun stuff such as dot to dots, a coloring page, word search, maze, and bird jokes. 77 pages, K-6th< Less
Underground Critters By TheTeachersDesk.info
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Learn about 10 underground animals; their classifications, habitats, food, and more. This 42 page print and use unit study is a child-directed unit study for intermediate readers that requires no... More > parental prep time. Adaptable for younger grades or beginning readers. Includes D'Nealian-style writing practice and animal report forms.< Less
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The Best Hentai Free List XXX The Very Best in Hentai Manga Anime Adult Sexual works Hentai (変態 or へんたい?) is a word of Japanese origin which entered usage in... More > Meiji era scientific and psychological journals. While it literally means a change of appearance or strange condition, its association with perversion stems from popular sexology. With the sexualization of Japan, a renewed interest in perverse publications led to normalization of the word in everyday life. The term entered English usage in the 1990s, as a catch-all term to describe erotic anime and manga pornography. Due to its ambiguous and broad attribution, the Hentai genre is often superseded by the classification and categorization of specific themes and acts into sub-genres. You are sure to enjoy this great guide to Hentai Titles XXX for Adults Only!< Less
A Dictionary for Vertebrate Zoology By Tim Williams
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With over 14,700 entries, this dictionary is the most comprehensive reference work of its kind available today. It fulfills the need for a zoological work that combines the concise presentation of a... More > dictionary, a brief etymology for each term, and the inclusion of the general terms one would meet during a zoology course. Vertebrate zoology is not studied in isolation, therefore the more common terms from the fields of Anatomy, Animal Behavior, Biochemistry, Cell Structure and Function, Cytology, Earth History, Ecology, Embryology, Endocrinology, Evolution, Genetics, Palaeontology, Physiology, Taxonomy and Zoogeography have been included. There is comprehensive taxonomic coverage of every vertebrate family and many species that are of particular interest. Appendices give an outline classification of the animal kingdom and provide an overview of geological time. This dictionary is the standard reference and will be invaluable to those with an interest in zoology. For more details see www.trw-books.com< Less
A Dictionary For Vertebrate Zoology By Tim Williams
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With over 14,700 entries, this dictionary is the most comprehensive reference work of its kind available today. It fulfills the need for a zoological work that combines the concise presentation of a... More > dictionary, a brief etymology for each term, and the inclusion of the general terms one would meet during a zoology course. Vertebrate zoology is not studied in isolation, therefore the more common terms from the fields of Anatomy, Animal Behavior, Biochemistry, Cell Structure and Function, Cytology, Earth History, Ecology, Embryology, Endocrinology, Evolution, Genetics, Palaeontology, Physiology, Taxonomy and Zoogeography have been included. There is comprehensive taxonomic coverage of every vertebrate family and many species that are of particular interest. Appendices give an outline classification of the animal kingdom and provide an overview of geological time. This dictionary is the standard reference and will be invaluable to those with an interest in zoology. For more details see www.trw-books.com< Less
A Dictionary for Vertebrate Zoology By Tim Williams
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With over 14,700 entries, this dictionary is the most comprehensive reference work of its kind available today. It fulfills the need for a zoological work that combines the concise presentation of a... More > dictionary, a brief etymology for each term, and the inclusion of the general terms one would meet during a zoology course. Vertebrate zoology is not studied in isolation, therefore the more common terms from the fields of Anatomy, Animal Behavior, Biochemistry, Cell Structure and Function, Cytology, Earth History, Ecology, Embryology, Endocrinology, Evolution, Genetics, Palaeontology, Physiology, Taxonomy and Zoogeography have been included. There is comprehensive taxonomic coverage of every vertebrate family and many species that are of particular interest. Appendices give an outline classification of the animal kingdom and provide an overview of geological time. This dictionary is the standard reference and will be invaluable to those with an interest in zoology.< Less