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Animal Traits for Classification - Graphic Organizer

Graphic Organizer - Animal Traits
Graphic Organizer - Animal Traits

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Classification Flip Charts
Do you need a visual aid in the classroom to help teach about classification? Try the Classification of Living Things Flip Chart Set. Each Curriculum Mastery Flip Chart is mounted on a sturdy easel and features:

  • 10 Double-sided, laminated 12" x 18" charts
  • Side 1 features a colorful, graphic overview of the topic
  • Side 2 serves as a "write-on/wipe-off" activity chart featuring questions, labeling exercises, vocabulary review & more!
  • Activity Guide featuring black-line copy-masters & exercises

Set Includes the following 10 charts:
    1.    Classification of Living Things
    2.    The Animal Kingdom
    3.    Mammals
    4.    Amphibians
    5.    Reptiles
    6.    Insects
    7.    Birds
    8.    Arachnids
    9.    Sharks and Rays
    10.  Fishes

Graphic Organizer - Animal Traits

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