Living And Non Living Things

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Living And Non Living Things

  1. 1. 11 September 2010
  2. 2. At the end of this tutorial, you should be able: 1. Differentiate living and non-living things 2. List the different characteristics of living things
  3. 3. The things we see around can be divided into two. Living and non-living things. Click each tab to view what living things and non-living things are.
  4. 4. The things we see around can be divided into two. Living and non-living things. Click each tab to view what living things and non-living things are. Living things are those which has the characteristics like growth, reproduction, and so on.
  5. 5. The things we see around can be divided into two. Living and non-living things. Click each tab to learn what living things and non-living things are. Non-living things can be divided into two. 1. The things that were once a part of a living thing. For example: coal, Paper, and so on 2. The things that were never a part of a living thing. For example: Stones, gold, and so on.
  6. 6. The characteristics of living things are: 1. Feeding 2. Movement 3. Breathing or Respiration 4. Excretion 5. Growth 6. Sensitivity 7. Reproduction Click each characteristic to learn more.
  7. 7. The characteristics of living things are: 1. Feeding All living things need to grow and to stay healthy. 2. Movement Therefore, they take substances 3. Breathing or Respiration to gain energy and stay healthy. 4. Excretion 5. Growth 6. Sensitivity 7. Reproduction Click each characteristic to learn more.
  8. 8. The characteristics of living things are: 1. Feeding All living things have the ability move. The movement can be 2. Movement internal or external. 3. Breathing or Respiration Internal movement is the ability 4. Excretion to move substance from one part of the body to another. 5. Growth External movement refers to the 6. Sensitivity ability to move the body from 7. Reproduction one place to another. Click each characteristic to learn more.
  9. 9. The characteristics of living things are: 1. Feeding The exchange of gases with the atmosphere is called respiration. 2. Movement It is taking oxygen in and 3. Breathing or Respiration breathing out carbon dioxide to 4. Excretion the atmosphere. 5. Growth 6. Sensitivity 7. Reproduction Click each characteristic to learn more.
  10. 10. The characteristics of living things are: 1. Feeding Excretion is the removal of waste from the body. This 2. Movement process is important as the 3. Breathing or Respiration wastes are harmful to the 4. Excretion organism. 5. Growth 6. Sensitivity 7. Reproduction Click each characteristic to learn more.
  11. 11. The characteristics of living things are: 1. Feeding Growth means becoming larger and complicated. 2. Movement A child becoming an adult, a 3. Breathing or Respiration seedling becoming a tree are 4. Excretion examples of growth. 5. Growth 6. Sensitivity 7. Reproduction Click each characteristic to learn more.
  12. 12. The characteristics of living things are: 1. Feeding Living things react to touch, light, heat, cold, and 2. Movement sound. 3. Breathing or Respiration 4. Excretion 5. Growth 6. Sensitivity 7. Reproduction Click each characteristic to learn more.
  13. 13. The characteristics of living things are: 1. Feeding Reproduction is the process of giving birth. A cat gives birth to 2. Movement kitten, human beings give birth 3. Breathing or Respiration to children etc. 4. Excretion 5. Growth 6. Sensitivity 7. Reproduction Click each characteristic to learn more.
  14. 14. At the end of this tutorial, you learned to: 1. Differentiate living and non-living things 2. List the different characteristics of living things

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