Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Animals: Paper Bag Animals

Thansk to Nancy E.-B. for sharing iwth us this idea with us during the 2007 Maitland Simmons Institute.  I love the way your mind works!

Use paper lunch bags to model the simplest of animals:




Sponge: a plain bag
It has an inside and an outside and it just sits there. 











Cnidarian: a bag with the top cut into fringes











Flatworm: a flat bag, stapled/taped shut, with a straw stuck into it in one spot
One opening, through which both food enters and waste leaves. 






Nematod/Roundworm: a flat bag, stapled/taped shut, with a straw passing through in two spots
Separate spots for food to enter and waste to leave.

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