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Our world is full of diversity in plants and animals! Did you know that when scientist discover a new creature one of the first things they observe is whether it is an invertebrate or vertebrate? This helps in classification of fauna. In this BOOM deck students will review key terms that deal with invertebrates and vertebrates which will enable them to quickly identify and classify different creatures. Includes amazing pictures of real creatures! Pair this deck with your lesson plan for reinforcement.

Vocabulary terms students will review: invertebrate, sponge, cnidarian, mollusk, echinoderm, endoskeleton, arthropod, exoskeleton, vertebrate, warm-blooded, cold-blooded, amphibian, reptile, bride, mammal.

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When you purchase this product, you will receive a PDF with a link to the digital task cards on the Boom Learning Site (an external website). Cool!

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