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Question Column 1-100 Give 2 reason why a rabbit can’t survive in the waterlands.
Answer Column 1-100 Rabbits can’t swim. They do not have gills. They could not get food.
Question Column 1-200 Why do plants and animals need food?
Answer Column 1-200 Gives them energy to grow.
Question Column 1-300 What is a preditor?
Answer Column 1-300 An animal that hunts for food.
Question Column 1-400 What is prey?
Answer Column 1-400 The animal being hunted.
Question Column 1-500 Name a parent that went on our trip to Burton Century Village?
Answer Column 1-500 Nicholson’s Mom, Tyler’s Mom, Allysa’s Mom and Christine’s Mom
Question Column 2-100 Where does a deer live?
Answer Column 2-100 Forest
Question Column 2-200 What does a squirrel do in the fall?
Answer Column 2-200 Stores nuts and other foods, fur gets thicker, very active
Question Column 2-300 What does a squirrel do in the spring?
Answer Column 2-300 Comes out of its shelter, get food
Question Column 2-400 What does a bird do in the fall?
Answer Column 2-400 Many migrate south
Question Column 2-500 What does a bird do in the spring?
Answer Column 2-500 Many migrate north Build nests
Question Column 3-100 What adaptations allow a duck to swim in water?
Answer Column 3-100 Webbed Feet
Question Column 3-200 What are the basic needs for a fish?
Answer Column 3-200 Air, Shelter, Food and Water
Question Column 3-300 How does a fish breath?
Answer Column 3-300 It breaths through it gills.
Question Column 3-400 What type of habitat does a fish live in?
Answer Column 3-400 Water
Question Column 3-500 Give some examples of water lands.
Answer Column 3-500 Ponds, streams, rivers, and lakes
Question Column 4-100 Name an animal that needs to live in the wetlands to survive.
Answer Column 4-100 Frog, Muskrat,Beavers
Question Column 4-200 What happens to conifers in the Winter?
Answer Column 4-200 They keep their needles.
Question Column 4-300 What animals live in a wetland?
Answer Column 4-300 Blue Heron, frogs, fish, beavers
Question Column 4-400 Describe the wetlands
Answer Column 4-400 Areas of land that are wet.
Question Column 4-500 What do all food chains start with?
Answer Column 4-500 The sun.
Question Column 5-100 How do humans make it difficult for animals to survive in their habitats?
Answer Column 5-100 Build on them.
Question Column 5-200 What does a plant need to survive?
Answer Column 5-200 Sunlight and water.
Question Column 5-300 What is this an example of: Sun – Plant – Fish - Kingfisher
Answer Column 5-300 Food Chain
Question Column 5-400 Name two ways these trees are alike.
Answer Column 5-400 Both have branches, trunk, roots, seeds, need water, needs sunlight
Question Column 5-500 Name two ways that these trees are different.
Answer Column 5-500 Leaves – the first tree loses it’s leaves in the winter – the pine does not. Pine tree has needs and pine cones the first does not.
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