Reflection: Rigor The Structures and Functions of Fish - Section 3: Explore:


How Do Scientists Take Notes in First Grade?

1. Read a small amount (the size of your hand)

2. Stop, think and talk to yourself about what you just read.

3. Jot down a quick sketch that will help you remember what you just read.

4. Do this again.

5. Go back and look at your sketches and remind yourself about what you just learned.

Check out this note-taking video!

  Rigor: Note Taking
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The Structures and Functions of Fish

Unit 4: Unit 4: Biomimicry
Lesson 15 of 17

Objective: SWBAT identify the different structures and functions of fish.

Big Idea: Why are fish so smart? They live in schools! Did you know that fish do really cool things that engineers can use to create new stuff? Check out how first graders discover more about fish and Biomimicry!

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Science, animal (Classification), observations, structure, function, animal
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