Features of Plants and Animals

Features of Plants and Animals

Grade 4 - Structure, Function, and Information Processing

In this Storyline, students develop an understanding of the many external and internal structures of plants and animals that function to support survival, growth, and reproduction. These structures include the sense organs of animals that provide information about the environment to the brain, which then processes the information and causes behavioral responses.

Overview Resources

Storyline

Anchoring Phenomenon

Comparing Plants Reference Pictures

Claim, Evidence, and Reasoning - Nonfiction Graphic Organizer

Plant Structures Assessment

What's In Your Blood? - Science Video

Creatures of the Deep: Anglerfish - Science Video

Mammals of the Trees - FOCUS Book

Life in the Pouch - FOCUS Book

Skin: It Has You Covered - FOCUS Book

Your Hardworking Heart - FOCUS Book

Claim, Evidence, and Reasoning - Nonfiction Graphic Organizer

Animal Structures Assessment

Chameleon Reference Pictures

Cricket Diagram Template

Sequence Events - Nonfiction Graphic Organizer

Senses and Behavior Assessment

Meter Stick Drop - Process Activity

The Sense of Sight - Science Diagram

Light and Vision Assessment

End of Storyline


Book Assembly