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Is the Animal a Bird? (Grade 3)

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Is the Animal a Bird?

Instructions: Birds have feathers and wings. Most, but not all, birds fly. Their hollow bones help keep them lightweight. Birds have backbones and are warm-blooded. They lay eggs. Decide if each animal is a bird.

1. 
Turtles lay eggs. Hard shells protect the bodies of turtles.

Are turtles birds?
Animal - Turtle
  1. no
  2. yes
2. 
The bald eagle is the national symbol of the United States. However, it is not really bald. It has white feathers on its head.

Is the bald eagle a bird?
American - Eagle
  1. no
  2. yes
3. 
A butterfly has wings, but no feathers.

Is a butterfly a bird?
Pictograph - Adult Butterfly
  1. no
  2. yes
4. 
Look at the animal in the picture. Is the animal a bird?
Pictograph - Eagle
  1. no
  2. yes
5. 
Ants do not have bones. Their bodies have a hard covering on the outside called an exoskeleton. Exoskeletons help protect ants and support their bodies.

Is an ant a bird?
Animal - Ant
  1. no
  2. yes

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