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  • Sheila Melton

    This PowerPoint explores the relationships between plants, animals and the environments they live in. It has real life pictures and is a great addition to your Life Science activities!

  • Sheila Melton

    This elementary science powerpoint explores the relationships between plants, animals and the environments they live in. It was used during our lesson on interdependence of animals and food chains. There are over 60 real life plant and animal pictures! #plantsandanimals #interdependenceofplantsandanimals #sciencepowerpoints #lifescience #plantandanimalrelationships #tpt #teacherspayteachers #sheilamelton #elementaryscience #sciencelab #education #environment #plants

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Elementary Science, Science Ideas, Animal Pictures, Real Life, Food Chains, Education Environment, Life Science, Science Powerpoint, Life Plants

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