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Life Science Review. Insects such as butterflies and ants are invertebrates known as a. arthropods b. sea urchins c. snails d. worms . Which of these plants do you eat the stem of? a. lettuce b. celery c. carrot d. spinach . To survive and grow, a plant needs air, water, and

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Insects such as butterflies and ants are invertebrates known as
  • a. arthropods
  • b. sea urchins
  • c. snails
  • d. worms
slide3
Which of these plants do you eat the stem of?
  • a. lettuce
  • b. celery
  • c. carrot
  • d. spinach
slide4
To survive and grow, a plant needs air, water, and
  • a. salt
  • b. wind
  • c. sand
  • d. sunlight
slide5
What is the next thing that happens after a seed is planted in soil?
  • a. It becomes an adult plant.
  • b. It sprouts and becomes a seedling.
  • c. It produces flowers.
  • d. It grows into a sapling.
slide6
What are the materials in food that animals need to live?
  • a. cells
  • b. nutrients
  • c. ecosystems
  • d. omnivore
slide7
Where does this organism get its energy?
  • a. soil
  • b. air
  • c. Sun
  • d. animals
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What is one way in which animals can obtain energy?
  • a. from the Sun
  • b. by breathing
  • c. by eating plants
  • d. by creating cells
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An animal that has a backbone is a/an __________.
  • After a frog hatches from its egg, it is a/an __________.
slide13
Substances that plants need to grow and survive are called __________.
  • Tubes that carry food through a plant’s leaves are its __________.
slide14
An animal without a backbone is a/an __________.
  • The living things that are made when an animal reproduces are __________.
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The part of the plant that contains seeds is the __________.
  • A behavior or body part that helps an organism survive in its environment is a/an __________.
slide16
Use the picture of the butterfly life cycle to answer the questions. Use the words pupa, chrysalis, and larva for your answers.
  • The __________ hatches from the egg.
  • The caterpillar becomes a __________.
  • An adult butterfly comes out of the __________.
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Match each type of animal to its characteristics.
  • a. fish
  • b. reptile
  • c. bird
  • d. mammal

QUESTION

  • 1. _____has fur and produces milk for its young
  • 2. _____has scales and breathes with gills
  • 3. _____has feathers and lays eggs
  • 4. _____has scales and breathes with lungs
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# QUESTION

5. _____stem

6. _____leaves

7. _____roots

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A B C
  • #QUESTION
  • 8. _____reptile
  • 9. _____mammal
  • 10. _____amphibian
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What are the four main stages of an animal’s life cycle?
  • 1. ___________________________
  • 2. ___________________________
  • 3.___________________________
  • 4.___________________________
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Infer This animal has a very long neck and long legs. What can you tell about what the animal eats from those two characteristics?
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