Bivalve or Univalve?

Students will learn: 1) to look carefully at shells and observe differences between species; 2) the names of common shells; 3) to sort through shells or pictures of shells to determine similarities and differences; 4) to group species according to specific criteria; and 5) to communicate to the class what their shell is by listing it on a chart.

Author
Sara K. Saksewski
Organization Affiliation
College of Charleston
Time
30 minutes
Grade Level
Lesson Plan Subjects