Textbook Resource List
Unit Seven: Invertebrates

Bobcat Book (Prentice Hall 2001)
Chapter 12:  Sponges, Cnidarians, and Worms
  Section 1:  What is an Animal
  Section 2:  Symmetry
  Section 3:  Sponges and Cnidarians 
  Section 4:  Worms

Chapter 13:  Mollusks, Arthropods, and Echinoderms
  Section 1:  Mollusks
  Section 2:  Arthropods
  Section 3:  Insects
  Section 4:  The Sounds of Insects
  Section 5:  Echinoderms

Blue Book:  Parade of Life:  Animals (Prentice Hall 1993)
Chapter 1:  Sponges, Cnidarians, Worms, and Mollusks
  1-1:  The Five Kingdoms
  1-2:  Introduction to the Animal Kingdom
  1-3:  Sponges
  1-4:  Cnidarians
  1-5:  Worms
  1-6:  Mollusks

Chapter 2:  Arthropods and Echinoderms
  2-1:  Arthropods:  The "Jointed-Foot" Animals
  2-2:  Insects:  The Most Numerous Arthropods
  2-3:  Echinoderms:  The "Spiny-Skinned" Animals

Eagle Book (Scott Foresman 1987)
Chapter 9:  Simple Invertebrates
  9-1:  Animals Without Backbones are Invertebrates
  9-2:  Worms Have Three Cell Layers
  9-3:  Invertebrates with Built-in Protection
  9-4  Parasites Have Complex Life Cycles
Chapter 10:  Cells in Organisms Grow
  10-1:  Arthropods
  10-2:  Insects Are Important Arthropods
  10-3:  Social Insects Live in Colonies
  10-4:  How Insects Develop

Bear Book (Merrill 1984)
Chapter 4:  Kinds of Animals
  4:1:  Animal Classification
  4:2:  Sponges
  4:3:  Coelenterates
  4:4:  Flatworms
  4:5:  Roundworms
  4:6:  Segmented Worms
  4:7:  Mollusks
  4:8:  Arthropods
  4:9:  Insects and Arachnids
  4:10:  Echinoderms