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Young animals never look different from their parents. Young penguins are covered with fuzzy down feathers that become white and black as the penguins grow. Every giraffe has its own pattern of brown spots. No two patterns are the same.

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Young animals never look different from their parents

Young animals never look different from their parents.

Young penguins are covered with fuzzy down feathers that become white and black as the penguins grow.

Every giraffe has its own pattern of brown spots. No two patterns

are the same.

The spots on an adult giraffe are lighter than the spots on its young.

A seed has a hard outer covering called a _____________________________.

Put in the order first, next and last.

FirstThe plant continues to grow until it is an adult.

NextA seedling grows from the seed

LastThe seed germinates and starts to grow.

A seed that gets enough water and air may ______________________ , or begin to grow.

YES NO

YES NO

YES NO

YES NO


Young animals never look different from their parents

A ________________________________ is a young plant.

Flowers on an adult plant make seeds.

Each seed contains a tiny plant and stored food.

Seeds are the second part of a bean plant life cycle.

Young plants can be like and different from their parent plant.

What is one way the young and adult saguaro cactus are different?

Foxglove flowers grow leaves during their first year of life.

Foxglove flowers grow flowers during their second year of life.

Foxglove flowers all have the same shape.

The seed coat does not protect the seed.

YES NO

YES NO

YES NO

YES NO

YES NO

YES NO

YES NO

YES NO


Young animals never look different from their parents

Living things do not need food and water to live.

A sea turtle lays its eggs in the ocean.

Young insects are called____.

Bugs

Hatchers

Foals

Nymphs

Dragonflies lay eggs in the water.

Nymphs look like their parents but they have no wings.

A horse is a mammal.

A young horse is called a foal.

YES NO

YES NO

YES NO

YES NO

YES NO

YES NO


Young animals never look different from their parents

The way a living thing grows and changes is called its ____________________________.

Young insects are called _______________________________.

How is a young penguin different from their parents?

How does a seed coat help a seed?

It protects the seed.

It helps the seedling grow out of the ground.

It does not help the seed at all.

It helps the roots grow down in the ground.

Number the sea turtle life cycle in order from first to last – 1, 2, 3.

A young sea turtle comes out of the egg.

One day an the adult sea turtle may have young of its own. A new life cycle would begin.

A sea turtle egg.


Young animals never look different from their parents

Which picture goes with each word?

A

B

D

C

Life CycleA B C D

Seedling A B C D

NymphA B C D

Seed Coat A B C D


Young animals never look different from their parents

Answers

No

Yes

Yes

No

Seed Coat

3,2,1

Germinate

Seedling

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

Young cactus do not have arms

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

No

D

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Life cycle

Nymphs

Adult penguins have black and white feathers

A

2,3,1

A-seed coat

B-Nymph

C-Life Cycle

D-Seedling


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