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Unit 1: Let’s Read Purple - a color word
Unit 1: Let’s Read Spin – to go around and around
Unit 1: Let’s Read House – a place where people live
Unit 1: Let’s Read Grass – a plant that grows in yards
Unit 1: Let’s Read Fiddle – an instrument
Unit 1: Let’s Read Line – what is between two points
Unit 1: Let’s Read Umbrella – something that protects you from rain
Unit 1: Let’s Read Spice – something you add to food to make it tastier
Unit 1: Let’s Read Munch – to chew or to eat something with enjoyment
Unit 1: Let’s Read Rags – old pieces of cloth
Unit 1: Let’s Read Twinkle – when a light goes on and off quickly
Unit 1: Let’s Read Coyote – an animal that looks like a dog
Unit 1: Let’s Read Rabbit – a small furry animal
Unit 1: Let’s Read Escape – to get out or get away
Unit 1: Let’s Read Late – to arrive at a time after you were supposed to
Unit 1: Let’s Read Pecking – how birds use their beaks to get food
Unit 1: Let’s Read Shore – the edge of the beach next to the water
Unit 1: Let’s Read Smooth – something that is not rough
LIVING AND NONLIVING THINGS
Stimulus and Response Why animals and plants do what they do OR A fancy way of saying cause and effect in the animal world.
FOOD CHAINS Every living thing needs energy in order to live. Every time animals do something they use energy .
Every living thing needs energy in order to live. Every time animals do something (run, jump, move) they use energy to do so.
Food Chains & Food Web By: Cammie’s Corner. All living things need food for energy. You have read that the energy for all living things comes from the.
Importance of a House. In this lesson we will learn about Importance of a House Importance of a House Importance of a House.
Temperate Grassland By: Kosta, Tyler, and Donato.
EQ: What are the needs and characteristics of animals as they interact in their own distinct environments.
Feeding Relationships A food chain shows a simple feeding relationship. Sun → All food chains start with the sun.
Trees are our friends. The main parts of a tree The roots keep the tree from falling over.
Bike. are at can big cannot am book books.
ANIMALS BY: SHAWG A.. TURTLES Turtles are slow and they usually live at the beach they lay an eggs a lot of eggs then it leave it children to grow up.
By Amelie. The black shoulderd kite eats rodents, grass hoppers and smaller birds. They sometimes eat small reptiles like little snakes and frogs. Rabbits.
Science CRCT Review. 1 Michelle places four gym bags of different colors in the Sun. She then puts a can of cold soda at the same temperature into each.
The Coastal Plains By Nathan Huneke. Rivers All of Georgia’s main rivers flow down into the Coastal plain so they can run into the ocean.
Protection Defense Communi -cation Habitat and Food Interesting Facts Body Keep a record of each team’s points.
What do you need? Frances Kanott Pacolet Elementary School First Grade.
What you always wanted to know about bears? What is a bear? A large furry animal with a short tail. There are several kinds of bears, including black.
Facts All About Puffins By Olivia Sorensen. Over the last month I have been researching the puffin. I will teach you about its physical description, its.
Food Chains and Food Webs. A food chain shows how each living thing gets its food. Plants are called producers because they are able to use light energy.
Every living thing needs energy in order to survive. Every time animals do something (run, jump, move) they use energy to do so. Plants don’t move, so.
Black-tailed Prairie Dogs By Reina Womack. Fun Facts to Know Stands about 14 to 17 inches tall Weighs about 3 pounds Brown in color with black tip on.
Types of Species Interactions. Competition Trees in the rainforest competing for light Desert plants competing for water.
NATIVE AMERICANS. How does geography affect culture? How doesgeographyaffectculture? climate plants & animals resources physical features what you eat.
Study Notes for Chapter 1-2: Environmental Science
The Three Little Dassies
UNIT 9: Adaptations Lesson 1. Adaptations are characteristics that help living things to survive A physical adaptation is an adaptation to a body part.
By Tim. We are learning to research about how do plants grow.
Science Review Pollution and Conservation. Question 1 Which of the following items is the LEAST LIKELY to be recyclable? A. wrapping paper B. glass bottles.
Flowers,fruits and seeds
Growing Up By Christa Joy. Plants are an important part of saltwater and freshwater life.
A Sense of Place on your school site! Garden Earth Naturalists Moving Toward Action!
DECIDUOUS FOREST BIOMSE LAISA SANCHEZ ARELY GALVAN BRIANA RODRIGUEZ 5/29/08.
Forest Habitats. Temperature Depends on where the forest is located Can be cold to warm.
TRICERATOPS By Matthew and Ryan Ms. Sega – 2 nd Grade.
702 Lesson 1A Class Book. Sentences How does a ______ eat? Sound, Sound How does a ______ eat? Sound, Sound How does a beaver eat? Crunch Munch, Crunch.
A desert is very sandy land. Deserts are all over the world. Plants and animals live in the desert. Barely anything grows in the desert. The desert.
Great Basin Native Americans. Great Basin Region.
Plants An Integrated Unit By Joanne Boulais EDU 553 Summer 2005.
How Do Changes to Habitats Affect Living Things?
UNIT 16 The Bison on the plains of America Who were the first settlers on the plains of America? And how did they live? Native Americans. They lived.
5th Grade Daily Reinforcers
How do plants grow from seeds?. Seeds Seeds come in many sizes, shapes, and colors. They can all grow a new plant.
Weathering. Weathering is the process where rock is dissolved, worn away or broken down into smaller and smaller pieces. BREAKS rocks into different shapes.
Whole Class Review Activity
Petals are important for a plant because they are what attract bees, birds and insects to the plant that will help it pollinate. Pollinate-when pollen.
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