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Zoo2You

A series of videos and activities for teachers, students and parents that explore concepts aligned with the Georgia Standards of Excellence in Science.

 

Video Series

Vertebrate Edition: Amphibians

Specific GSE covered: S5L1

Review all five types of vertebrates and what makes them similar and different. This video highlights the tiger salamander.

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Vertebrate Edition: Reptiles

Specific GSE covered: S5L1

Review all five types of vertebrates and what makes them similar and different. This video highlights the prehensile-tailed skink.

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Vertebrate Edition: Mammals

Specific GSE covered: S5L1

Review all five types of vertebrates and what makes them similar and different. This video highlights giant otters. 

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Vertebrate Edition: Birds

Specific GSE covered: S5L1

Review all five types of vertebrates and what makes them similar and different. This video highlights rhinoceros hornbills.

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Vertebrate Edition: Fish

Specific GSE covered: S5L1

Review all five types of vertebrates and what makes them similar and different. This video highlights the fish in the river habitat at Zoo Atlanta’s Georgia eXtremes.

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Invertebrate Edition: Tarantula

Specific GSE covered: S5L1

This video highlights the unique features of an invertebrate and explores other adaptations of the tarantula. 

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Keystone Species: Gopher Tortoise

Specific GSE covered: SB5 & SEV2

This video explores what a keystone species is with the help of a Georgian keystone species, the Gopher tortoise. 

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Classification Activities

These activities engage the students in how to classify organizations, as well as how to differentiate the features of Phylum and Class.

Classifying Organisms

Students will observe animals and classify the animals into Phylum and Class.

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Design an Organism

Students will design their own organism using adaptations from the Adaptation Cards and will communicate through art or writing how that creature survives in its natural habitat.

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