Did you know?
There are over a million different species of animals in the world! How many can you name?
Scientists have grouped animals into classes to make it easier to study them.
The five most well known classes of vertebrates (animals with backbones) are mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, amphibians.
There are also a lot of animals without backbones. These are called invertebrates and are part of the phylum arthropoda (arthropods). Two of the most commonly known classes in this phylum are arachnids (spiders) and insects.
This term we are learning about vertebrates.
Below are links to information or interactive games that will help you with your learning.
Sheppard Software
Animal Classification Home Page
Click on the buttons to learn more about
mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish.
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BrainPOP Junior Classify Animals
Watch the movie to learn about classifying
animals.
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Sheppard Software
Animal Classification Game
Practise your learning about animal
group characteristics.
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Animals of the World
The object of the game is to correctly guess the mystery animal
using as few clues as you can.
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Just for fun!

The Amphibian Song – Toad, Frog and Pollywog

The Iguana Song