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Animal and Biomes Basics Theme Unit
Invertebrates
What Is an Invertebrate Animal?

Animal and Biomes Basics Theme Unit
Animal and Biomes Basics Theme Unit


What Is an Invertebrate Animal?
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A Short Reader

Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 4 to 6
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   4.36

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    crawdad, vertebrate, invertebrate, octopus, backbone, hand, kinds, middle, percent, large, group, example, share, different, world, fresh


What Is an Invertebrate Animal?
By Cindy Grigg
  

1     Put your hand on the middle of your back. Do you feel the bones in your back? You are a vertebrate! Most of the animals in the world don't have backbones. They are called invertebrates. Worms and insects, for example, are invertebrates.
 
2     There are many different kinds of these animals. Some, like the octopus, live in the ocean. Some, like the crawdad, live in fresh water. Some, like spiders .....
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Animal and Biomes Basics Theme Unit
             Animal and Biomes Basics Theme Unit


Invertebrates
             Invertebrates



Animals
    Amphibians  
 
    Birds  
 
    Deserts  
 
    Fish  
 
    Freshwater  
 
    Grasslands  
 
    Insects  
 
 
    Invertebrates  
 
    Mammals  
 
    Oceans  
 
    Polar Regions  
 
    Rain Forest  
 
    Reptiles  
 



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