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Protozoan Song

Here is a song I created to help my 6th grade students study. I hope you enjoy.These are the typeAnimal-like to obtainAll their food from outside that is why heterotrophsTo eat they must consume to live and travelPseudopods have a bulge cell membraneCytoplasm fills tight, flowing, flowing to feetTo move and then to live in soil or waterThe ameba's moving nowThe pseudopod fills out, helping it to move and feed'Cause the sarcodines have false feetBulge in membrane, and they can push out, flow and followTo move and feedThe protists ciliates structures they are just like hairThey can get real farIt always somehow seems to move a farAnd they can move, move, move, move, So they can get what they needThey are parameciumAnd I know that they are different set apartAnd it seems that inside two nucleiThe large one controls what it doReproduction is in twoThe ameba's moving nowThe pseudopod fills out, helping it move and feed'Cause the sarcodines have false feetBulge in membrane, and they can push out, flow and followTo move and feedAnd then the parameciaUse cilia to leave and these hair-like structures help themTo move and eatZooflagellates have feetOne to eight they're whipping they can live inside youBut when we think of life not motionThey're like sporozoans feed on fluidsAnd they can move from host to host'Cause the sarcodines have false feetBulge in membrane, and they can push out, flow and followTo move and feed, ohParameciaUse cilia to leave and these hair-like structures help themTo move and eat, ohAnd then the zooflagellates Use flagella to leave and parasites are sporozoansInfect and feed
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