Unit A - Looking at Plants and Animals
A living thing is also called a(n) ________.
One important difference between a living thing and non-living thing is that a living thing starts small and ________.
The way a living thing changes during its life is its ___________.
An oakt tree begins as an ______ and grows into a sapling.
The branches of a grown oak tree are thicker and ________ than a sapling.
Young plants grow from _______.
Baby chicks hatch from ______.
The way that living things make more of their own kind is called _________.
New living things produced by parent organisms are called________.
The offspring of most animals are a mixture of features from both _______.
The air, water, and soil around an organism make up its __________.
All living things respond in certain ways to _____in their environment.
Plants respond to change by ________ toward the sunlight.
The changing colors of leaves in the fall is a response to a change in _______.