Who do you look like?

Unit 5: Unit 5: Animal Families
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Objective: SWBAT compare and contrast themselves to their parents and record their findings in their science notebooks.

Big Idea: Let's explore inheritance! In this lesson students begin learning about animal heredity by first looking in the mirror! They will be comparing themselves to either their mom or dad and recording their findings!

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