Invertebrates are a large group of the animal kingdom that have no backbone and share other unique characteristics that set them apart. Watch this educational video from About.com to learn more about invertebrates. Courtesy of about.com
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Invertebrate Characteristics.
This Possible Sentences strategy activates prior knowledge of specific science content by creating sentences using pairs of key vocabulary words.
To define and analyze the processes of a concept and build a step-by-step process using a Flow Chart.
This covers rapid speciation, punctuated equilibrium and evolution by means other than natural selection. It covers how scientists use molecular techniques.
Covers bivalves (mollusks) and their life history and ecology utilizing a viral video of a clam licking salt. Students learn about flight behavior, movement and ecosystems.
Covers pelagic tunicates as a vehicle to study adaptation, ecosystem, and evolution.
Covers invertebrates and how they act on a slower time scale than other animals. Seeks to get students to consider how other animals perceive the world and how this can inform studies of all animals.
Find out how scientists are studying flatworms to learn about aging and regeneration.
This study guide covers characteristics of invertebrates (digestive system, movement, reproduction), invertebrate evolution, protostomes vs deuterostomes, and the major invertebrate phyla.
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Invertebrate Characteristics.