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Its Alive! Five Characteristics of Living Things
I Am Alive! Dog Flower Bug Kid Tree Man Cat Fish
5 Characteristics of Living Things All living things need air, water, and food.
5 Characteristics of Living Things All living things respond to changes.
5 Characteristics of Living Things All living things grow and develop.
5 Characteristics of Living Things All living things reproduce (have babies).
5 Characteristics of Living Things All living things move on their own.
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What Did You Learn? All living things: Need air, water, and food. Respond to changes. Grow and develop. Reproduce (have babies). Move on their own.
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