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Living things reproduce
A one-celled living thing, like an amoeba, may split to produce two living things
Living things reproduce
Sunflowers grow from seeds made by the parent plants
Living things reproduce
A sunflower produces many seeds, each of which can become a new sunflower
Living things reproduce
Bear cubs have a male and a female parent and are born alive
Living things grow
Young oak saplings turn into large oak trees over a period of many years
Living things grow
A kitten turns into a cat
Living things develop
When a tadpole is young, it does not look like an adult frog. It has no front or hind legs. Then legs begin to form
Living things develop
A young plant in a seed looks different from an adult plant. The young plant does not have roots, stems, or flowers.
Living things need food
Many animals hunt and eat other animals
Living things need food
Some animals eat only plants
Living things need food
Some animals eat both plants and animals
Living things need food
Green plants are producers
Living things use energy
Moving your arms or legs, blinking your eyes, breathing, and sleeping
Living things use energy
Keeping the human body temperature at 37 degrees Celsius
Living things are made of cells
Some living things have many cells
Living things are made of cells
Some living things have only one cell
Living things respond
Plants grow toward light
Living things respond
When you call your dog, it comes to you
Living things respond
When you get cold, you shiver
Living things respond
When you run, your heart beats faster
Living things respond
When your body gets warm, you sweat
Living things are adapted to their environments
Polar bears have thick fur and layers of fat to keep warm
Living things are adapted to their environments
Squirrels have bushy tails to help them keep their balance