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The color or odor of this part of the plant attracts bees.
Flower
These huge repitles lived millions of years ago
Dinosaurs
These animals are warm blooded and take care of their young
Mammals
Mammals all have this body covering.
Hair or fur
Insects have these three main body parts.
Head,thorax, abdomen
This is the proper name of the spider family.
Arachnids
Water is an example of this state of matter.
Liquid
Ice is an example of this state of matter.
Solid
When you heat a solid such as plastic, this will happen.
Melting
When water freezes, does it expand or contract?
Expand
When water evaporates, it forms this gas.
Water vapor
Corn and peas are examples of these plant parts.
Seeds
Name two products made from plants
medicines, clothing, oil, spices, lumber, rubber, paper, etc
Plants provide this gas that all humans need to survive.
Oxygen
This is an important job bees have to help plants.
Pollination
Moving air is called this.
Wind
Rain, snow, hail, and sleet are examples of this.
Precipitation
When water changes into water vapor, this occurs.
Evaporation
When hot moist air rises and meets cooler air, it forms clouds because of this.
Condensation
When there has not been enough rainfall, this occurs.
Drought
Caterpillars become these later in their life cycles
Butterflies
Moving air is called this.
Wind
This is the stage of the butterfly after the egg.
Larva
Rain, snow, hail, and sleet are examples of this.
Precipitation
When butterflies emerge from the chrysalis, they must first do this to their wings.
Dry them
When water changes into water vapor, this occurs.
Evaporation
When hot moist air rises and meets cooler air, it forms clouds because of this.
Condensation
These butterflies travel from Canada to Central America each year.
Monarchs
When there has not been enough rainfall, this occurs.
Drought
This word means a series of events that happen over and over again, in the same order, like with frogs and butterflies.
Life cycle
Caterpillars become these later in their life cycles
Butterflies
This is the first stage of the frog's life.
Egg
This is the stage of the butterfly after the egg.
Larva
The stage of frogs between the egg and the adult frog.
Tadpole
Tadpoles live in this environment.
(shallow water)
Shallow Water
This is the difference between the feet of toads and frogs.
Frogs feet are webbed
Frogs do this in the winter.
Hibernate
When butterflies emerge from the chrysalis, they must first do this to their wings.
Dry them
These butterflies travel from Canada to Central America each year.
Monarchs
This word means a series of events that happen over and over again, in the same order, like with frogs and butterflies.
Life cycle
This is the first stage of the frog's life.
Egg
The stage of frogs between the egg and the adult frog.
Tadpole
Tadpoles live in this environment.
(shallow water)
Shallow Water
This is the difference between the feet of toads and frogs.
Frogs feet are webbed
Frogs do this in the winter.
Hibernate