Are We Going Bananas?

Unit 7: Animals: Structures and Processess
Lesson 5 of 13

Objective: Students understand the trait of what it means to be cold blooded.

Big Idea: Using bananas, students measure temperature after the banana has been exposed to heat and cold in order to understand what it means to be "cold blooded."

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Science, bar graph, temperature, Cold Blooded, trait, Agricultural science, banana, adaptation, structures, adaptations of animals, animal
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