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  1. 1. Characteristics of living thingsMovement MRS GRENRespirationSensitivityGrowthReproductionExcretionNutrition © Copyright 2008, SparkleBox Teacher Resources (SpakleBox KS2 - www.sparklebox2.co.uk)
  2. 2. Characteristics of living things All living things move. •Animals move around to get from place to place. •Plants turn towards the light and their roots grow into the soil. Movement© Copyright 2008, SparkleBox Teacher Resources (SpakleBox KS2 - www.sparklebox2.co.uk)
  3. 3. Characteristics of living things All living things respire. •Plants and animals use oxygen in the air to turn food into energy. Respiration© Copyright 2008, SparkleBox Teacher Resources (SpakleBox KS2 - www.sparklebox2.co.uk)
  4. 4. Characteristics of living things All living things are sensitive. •Every living thing notices changes in the environment around them and reacts. Sensitivity© Copyright 2008, SparkleBox Teacher Resources (SpakleBox KS2 - www.sparklebox2.co.uk)
  5. 5. Characteristics of living things All living things grow. •Baby animals grow into adults. •Seeds grow into plants. Growth© Copyright 2008, SparkleBox Teacher Resources (SpakleBox KS2 - www.sparklebox2.co.uk)
  6. 6. Characteristics of living things All living things reproduce. •Animals have babies. •New plants grow from seeds. Reproduction© Copyright 2008, SparkleBox Teacher Resources (SpakleBox KS2 - www.sparklebox2.co.uk)
  7. 7. Characteristics of living things All living things excrete. •Waste products are removed from the body. •Plants and animals both have to get rid of waste gas and water. Excretion© Copyright 2008, SparkleBox Teacher Resources (SpakleBox KS2 - www.sparklebox2.co.uk)
  8. 8. Characteristics of living things All living things need nutrition. •Food is used to provide energy to live. •Green plants make their own food using sunlight. Nutrition© Copyright 2008, SparkleBox Teacher Resources (SpakleBox KS2 - www.sparklebox2.co.uk)

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