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LIVING THINGS: ANIMALS

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  • 1. LIVING THINGS & NON-LIVING THINGS
  • 2. LIVING THINGS CHARACTERISTICS• ARE BORN• GROW AND CHANGE• MOVE• BREATH• NEED WATER AND FOOD• ARE ANIMALS, PLANTS AND HUMANS
  • 3. HOW ARE ANIMALS BORN?VIVIPAROUS ANIMALSare born form theirmothers womb. They drink OVIPAROUS ANIMALStheir mothers milk. Cats, are born form an egg.dogs, cows, giraffes, lions, Birds, turtles, fish, hens,monkeys...are viviparous crocodiles... are oviparousanimals. animals.
  • 4. WHAT DO ANIMALS EAT? Label the animals: http://www.angles365.com/classroom/fitxers/1r2 Click the correct category: http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/content/anima
  • 5. HOW DO ANIMALS MOVE?WALK FLYSWI SLITHER M
  • 6. Animals protect their bodies in different ways. SCALESSHELL FEATHERS FUR
  • 7. Animals and plants help each otherPlants and animals depend on each Protectionother for a wide variety of things. Nests to reproduce FoodShelter Gas exchange