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Smithsonian Science for the Classroom™: How Can Animals Use Their Senses to Communicate?

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Grade 4. Students investigate how animals use their internal and external structures to sense the world around them, process information, communicate information to others, and react accordingly. Materials are available as a 1-use module (item #517201), 1-use refurbishment set (item #517204), 3-use module (item #517201U3), 3-use refurbishment set (item #517204U3), and student reader (item #517205, #517205A, #517206, #517206A, or #517205ASP). Select the 1- or 3-Use Module below to view the overview.

 
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Grade 4. In 15 lessons over 20 class sessions, students investigate how animals, including humans, use their internal and external structures to sense the world around them, process information, communicate information to others, and react accordingly. For the science challenge, students analyze data based on testing with models to construct an argument about which firefly flash patterns would be most effective for finding a mate. Module materials are available as a 1-use module (item #517201), 1-use refurbishment set (item #517204), 3-use module (item #517201U3), 3-use refurbishment set (item #517204U3), student activity guide (item #517203 or #517203SP), student reader (item #517205, #517205A, #517206, #517206A, or #517205ASP), and Spanish components bundle (item #517225).

Select the 1- or 3-Use Module above to view the complete module overview.