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Name 3 parts of a plant.
Root, stem & leaf
What do plants need to grow?
Water, light, soil & air
What is a simple plant?
Plant that has no roots, stems, or leaves
What is a seedling?
The young plant that appears after a seed breaks open
What is photosynthesis?
The process plants use to make food
What are 3 things animals need?
Food, Water, and Shelter
What is a mammal?
Animals that have fur or hair (also: lungs, live births, feed young with milk)
How are amphibians similar and different from fish?
S: both have gills,born in water D: amphibians move out of water
What are 3 traits of reptiles?
Scales, live on land, lungs to breathe, hatch from eggs or born live
What is the difference between migration and hibernation?
H: Animals go into a deep sleep until spring M: travel to one place & back again
Give an example of a mineral
Diamond, emerald, quartz, corundum, ruby
Name 3 properties of minerals
Solid, formed in nature, has never been alive
Name 3 ways minerals are used
Glass, salt, pencil, foods, steel, jewelry
How are rocks and minerals related?
Rocks are made up of minerals
Give a definition for Mineral
A solid natural material that has never been alive
Name the 3 types of rocks
Igneous, Sedimentary, Metamorphic
What is the rock cycle?
Process by which rocks change from one type to another
What are the 3 layers of the Earth?
Crust, Mantle, Core
Define igneous rock and give an example
Rock that was once melted but has cooled & hardened
Define metamorphic rock
Igneous, Sedimentary or Metamorphic rock that has been changed by heat & pressure
How have fossils helped scientists learn about dinosaurs?
Even though dinosaurs are extinct, fossils have allowed us to learn about how they lived and looked
What is a fossil?
Something that has lasted from a living thing that died long ago
Give some examples of different types of fossils
Body parts (bones/teeth) that have turned into stone; marks such as animal tracks
Fossils are found mostly in _____?
What is a mold?
The shape of a plant or animal left in sediments when the rock is formed
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