Pupils learn that not all animals have a bony skeleton! Humans, dogs, cats and birds are examples of animals with bony skeletons. Slugs, worms and jellyfish are examples of animals without a bony skeleton. Pupils learn that all animals with a bony skeleton have a backbone and that these animals are called vertebrates. They also learn that animals without a bony skeleton or a backbone are called invertebrates (a cut, sort and paste activity).
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