Using animal skulls, photographs of indigenous animals, and activities, students have the opportunity to learn about the natural lifestyles of Texas Panhandle mammals. The students will examine the teeth and facial features of the mammal to determine if they are predator or prey. Students will also be provided with a scientific datasheet to identify their findings.
TEKS: Language Arts: 2.25A; 2.28A;2.29; 3.26A; 3.29A; 3.30; 4.25; 4.27A; 4.28; 5.24A; 5.27A; 5.28
Science: 2.2A; 2.3B; 2.10A; 3.2A; 3.10AB; 4.2A; 4.10A; 5.2CD; 5.10AB
The cost is $25 (plus mileage outside of Amarillo/Canyon area).
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