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Beak
The jaws of a bird along with their hard coverings. A bird uses its beak to pick up food.
Bill
A bird's beak. A pelican uses its bill to scoop up and store fish.
Habitat
A place in which a plant or animal lives.
Leaves
Parts of a plant that grow on a stem or grow up from roots.
Living Thing
Something that is alive and can grow. Example: Plants and Animals
What do living things need?
Food, Water, Light, and Air.
Nonliving Thing
Something that was never alive. Example: Rock
Once-Living Thing
Something that was alive at one time or used to be part of a living ting. Example: Log
Resource
Anything that plants or animals use to live. Example: An alligator uses resources in it's habitat when he eats other animals in the habitat.
Root
The part of a plant that grows down into the soil. Roots hold the plant in place and soak up water and minerals.
Shelter
A place where an animal can rest and be safe. Example: A rabbit uses the underground for a shelter.
Spine
A tiny, sharp leaf of a cactus. Spines protect a cactus from being eaten by animals.
Stem
The supporting and connecting part of a plant. Water and food move through stems.
Beak
The jaws of a bird along with their hard coverings. A bird uses its beak to pick up food.
Bill
A bird's beak. A pelican uses its bill to scoop up and store fish.
Habitat
A place in which a plant or animal lives.
Leaves
Parts of a plant that grow on a stem or grow up from roots.
Living Thing
Something that is alive and can grow. Example: Plants and Animals
What do living things need?
Food, Water, Light, and Air.
Nonliving Thing
Something that was never alive. Example: Rock
Once-Living Thing
Something that was alive at one time or used to be part of a living ting. Example: Log
Resource
Anything that plants or animals use to live. Example: An alligator uses resources in it's habitat when he eats other animals in the habitat.
Root
The part of a plant that grows down into the soil. Roots hold the plant in place and soak up water and minerals.
Shelter
A place where an animal can rest and be safe. Example: A rabbit uses the underground for a shelter.
Spine
A tiny, sharp leaf of a cactus. Spines protect a cactus from being eaten by animals.
Stem
The supporting and connecting part of a plant. Water and food move through stems.