Sunday, 6 November 2011

External Features of Animals

Learning outcomes:
  • Identify external features of an animal.
  • Make a list of external features of an animal.
  • Record the external features of animals in a table.
  • Explains similarities and differences between animals based on the table.

Look at these animals. Identify their external features.
Parts of the body of an animal that you can observe are called the external features of that animal.

External features of a tortoise and a goat.

Observe and name the animals below. Identify their external features.
This fish has head, eyes, fins, tail and scales covering its body.
Try to count the number of each external feature, how many legs does an elephant have?
More examples!
A rabbit has two long ears and a body covered with fur.
A butterfly has a pair of wings.
Watch the video below to learn more!

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