Reptiles
Reptiles, Amphibians, and Mammals Oh, My!
By:
Jennifer Merriett
 
 


 


Hello!  My name is Jennifer Merriett.  I am a sixth grade teacher at Aiken Middle School in South Carolina.  I graduated from the University of South Carolina in Aiken December of 2000.  I am currently taking graduate courses at the Ruth Patrick Science Education Center at USC-Aiken.  I teach both Math and Science classes.  I have 100 wonderful students that I see daily.  They enjoy Science because of labs, hands-on manipultives, pictures, and the interesting topics.  The last topic we discussed was animals.  I found that most of my students could identify a fish and bird.  However, several of them mixed up mammals, reptiles, and amphibians.  In my WWW lesson page, I define reptile, give examples, and include links.  I hope you enjoy.




 

http://www.educationplanet.com        (This link allows viewers to explore pictures and facts about animals.)

http://cold-blooded.net/index.shtml       (This link shows pictures and provides information on cold-blooded animals.)

http://www.snakesandfrogs.com/scr    (This link has wonderful pictures of snakes, frogs, and other interesting animals.)

http://www.kiddyhouse.com/Themes/frogs    (This link is a great resource for kids.  It has neat pictures and activities.)
 
 
 

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The views expressed are not necessarily those of the University of South Carolina Aiken.

http://rpsec.usca.sc.edu/Classwork/731sp2001/Lesson/Merriett/merriett3.html (January, 2001)