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  1. Living Things A Quiz About Plants and Animals

  2. What are living things made from?

  3. Living things are made from cells.

  4. What are the three basic parts of a plant?

  5. The three basic parts of a plant are: the roots, stem, and leaves.

  6. What are the two groups that animals are divided into?

  7. Animals are divided into these two groups: vertebrates or invertebrates.

  8. Name the 5 different types of vertebrates.

  9. The 5 types of vertebrates are: reptiles, amphibians, birds, fish, and mammals.

  10. Give an example of an invertebrate.

  11. Any animal that does not have a backbone is an invertebrate.

  12. What types of animals are cold-blooded?

  13. Fish, amphibians, and reptiles are cold-blooded vertebrates. Their body temperature changes with the temperature around them.

  14. What types of animals are warm-blooded?

  15. Birds and mammals are warm-blooded vertebrates. They have fur or feathers to help them regulate their body temperatures.

  16. What is the name given to the process that a plant goes through to make its own food?

  17. Photosynthesis is the name given to the food-making process of a plant. Plants use the light of the sun to make their own food.

  18. The place where an animal lives is its _____.

  19. The place where an animal lives is its habitat.

  20. True or false? The eye color of a baby is a learned behavior it gets from its parents.

  21. It’s false. Learned behaviors are behaviors that babies learn from adults. Eye color is a trait inherited from the parents.

  22. What is the name of the chemical that gives plants their green color? It also helps to trap in sunlight to help photosynthesis.

  23. The chemical that makes plants appear green is chlorophyll.