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Living, Nonliving, and Was Once Alive
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what are characteristics of dead things
always come from living things and don't show any characteristics of living things
What does it mean to have potential for life
under the right conditions it will come alive
what are 3 examples of something that has potential for life
seeds, nuts, tulip bulbs
what does it mean to classify something
sorting things by their characteristics
what are some characteristics of living things
eat, have a metabolism, grow, move, reproduce
what are all living things made of
what is an organism
living things that can live on their own
what are 3 examples of living organisms
plant, person, fish
is a leaf on a tree dead
what happens if a leaf from a tree falls, is is alive
no, its dead
what are some examples of nonliving things
rock, glass, plastic, paper, minerals
how can living or dead things become non living
they go though a process
what are 3 examples of nonliving things that used to be living
paper, lemonade, leather
Is a snakeskin in the grass dead, living, or nonliving
dead because its been removed from a living thing
what is the difference between a dead thing and a nonliving thing
dead means once living, while nonliving means never alive to begin with OR it was alive but went through a process
Is a piece of paper considered dead or nonliving
nonliving because it used to be a tree but then went through a process
potential for life
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