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“Going Back Home” Vocabulary
heritage Nicole traveled to Italy to learn more about her heritage.
heritage- everything that comes from ancestors
livestock The women in the family took care of the children, kept the house, and tended the livestock.
livestock- farm animals
survival Survival in the wilderness depends on finding food and keeping warm.
survival- ability to stay alive
thrive Plants and flowers need water and sunlight to thrive.
thrive- succeed and grow
influenced Teenage girls are influenced by clothing styles in magazines.
influenced- affected by it
tiresome John found the hours and hours of homework to be tiresome.
By Joanne Boulais EDU 553 Summer There are all kinds of plants, all over the world Each has special parts to help it survive in it’s environment.
+ Environment of a Habitat. + What is a habitat? A habitat is a place where an organism lives. We call it home. There is food, water and air in a habitat.
What does “Environment” Mean? all factors living and nonliving that affect an organism or population of organisms at any point in their lifecycle Everything.
Comprehension and Critical Thinking The Stone Age.
Jeopardy $100 Vocabulary The 1 st Californians Did you know? True or False California Tribes $200 $300 $400 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200.
What Does a Plant Need? Needs of Plants Like all living things, a plant has certain needs. They need air, water, energy from food, and a place to live.
Scoreboard X O Click Here if X Wins Click Here if O Wins.
“Be grateful for the home you have, knowing that at this moment, all you have is all you need.” - Sarah Ban BreathnachSarah Ban Breathnach.
Question 1 What role did families play in West African society? A. Families were none existent in Africa B. Families were the foundation for activities.
The Personal Need of a Home Warm – up Question: A home is a place of great importance in people’s lives. What features your home important to you? Housing.
the natural environment of an organism Everything that surrounds and affects an animal, including living and nonliving things.
Poverty affects people were they have no work or not enough money for food and water.The conditions they live in are terrible. People starve because.
A multi-cellular organism that produces its own food through a process know as Photosynthesis. Plants produce flowers, fruits, and seeds.
Ending World Hunger and Poverty Heifer.org. Donating Animals Here is a little boy who prizes his family’s goat because he needs it to live. Here is little.
OBJECTIVES Understand the following vocabulary: cell, organism, living things, nonliving things, grow, respond, reproduce, adapt, environment, energy,
Houses Women’s Work Technical & Educational Support Farmers in debt.
What does the word grow mean? (to be bigger) We are going to go around the room and take turns saying one thing that grows. You name a kind of plant or.
What do you need? Frances Kanott Pacolet Elementary School First Grade.
Plants are alive. Plants can move but very slowly.
Prehistory. Stone Age Vocabulary Old Stone Age = Paleothic age Paleo is the greek word for old Lithic is the greek word for stone New Stone Age = Neolithic.
Do we need it or do we want it?. want What are some things that we may want but don't need ?
First Grade Science Physical and Behavioral Traits of Living Things Topic: Science Grade: 1 Author: Rachel Mastrian Date: February 25, 2015.
Plants By: Malik, Fatima, Hassan, Jumana. Like all living things, plants grow and change. A plant is something that begins as a seed and makes its own.
Plants need water so they can stay alive. All living things need water. Water is one of the things plants need to survive.
Abiotic-Biotic Interactions in an Ecosystem. In an ecosystem, the non-living (abiotic) and living (biotic) parts interact and affect each other. The four.
Vocabulary: Manipulated variable => responding variable independent variable => dependent variable “x” => “y” Cause => effect AIM: What are Variables?
HOW FARMS HAVE CHANGED OVER THE LAST 200 YEARS THE MID-WEST By Isabelle Kang.
Yahaira C. T.. 5 reasons why plants are important. 1.Plants make food. Plants make all the food you eat. There is food for you, animals, and me. The plants.
Characteristics of Living Things Biology. Objectives Be able to determine whether something is a living thing or a non-living thing. Be able to determine.
Welcome to... A Game of X’s and O’s. Another Presentation © All rights Reserved
Plant Parts First Grade Bettie F. Williams Elementary.
Plants & Living Things By Spring Figg October 12, 2007.
NATIVE AMERICANS. How does geography affect culture? How doesgeographyaffectculture? climate plants & animals resources physical features what you eat.
LIVING AND NONLIVING THINGS 4 Living things need food, water, and air. 4 Living things grow. 4 Living things make more living things. 4 Plants and animals.
Plants by:Belal, Mostafa, and Zahraa. What is a Plant Plant’s are living things.
What do plants and animals do to get energy? Label a diagram to illustrate the food relationships that exist between plant and animals
By: Tatyana Mavigliano. Root Stem Leaves Flower.
Mayan’s Family Life Mayan families worked hard everyday, but they made time to celebrate important events The aging of children is one of the most.
UNIT 5 Ecosystems Natural Science 2. Secondary Education TYPES OF ADAPTATIONS.
Daily Life for the Poor Most Egyptians were farmers which meant that they were poor Children did not have much time for play unlike nowadays Boys.
Structure and Roles of Colonial Families. Vocabulary Nuclear Family: a family unit consisting of parents and their offspring Patriarchy: when the.
It is very dangerous for our population when children don’t get educated. More girls than boys in the world are not in school. If girls are not educated,
1-3: What are the needs of organisms? Key Terms autotroph – an organism that can make its own food heterotroph – an organism that cannot make its own food.
Photosynthesis Photosynthesis. What is photosynthesis? The process plants use to make their own food Photosynthesis takes place in the leaves Plants’
Is It A Plant or An Animal? By Sandra Parr FAIR USE GUIDELINES: Certain materials are included under the fair use exemption of the U.S. Copyright Law.
Respond to the following prompt in your notebooks: “Describe the life of prehistoric man.”
PEASANTS X to apple juice!!!. Peasants Homes Peasants Homes Peasants made their own homes in the middle ages. Peasant families lived in one or two rooms.
Plants J.G.. These are 5 reasons why plants are important. 1.All of the oxygen available for living organisms comes from plants. 2.It is the oxygen that.
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EQ: What is an ecosystem? Vocabulary Words Environment Ecosystem Population Community.
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