Plants and Animals

What are you made of?
The world we live in is populated by millions of plants and animals. Yet, each one is an individual.
Which others are like you?
Individual plants and animals are grouped together in families, according to their physical structure and their behavior.
Where do you live?
Families of living things interact with each other and with their neighborhood.
How do you live everyday?
All living things have a circle of life. Birth, growth, reproduction, and death are natural parts of the natural world.

Teacher Keys Living Things in The Classroom
Use the Keyword Index and Teacher Tips to help you find your way.

 

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