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This PowerPoint explores the relationships between plants, animals and the environments they live in. It was used during our lesson on interdependence between animals, plants and the environment.

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Science For Kids : Omnivore, Herbivore, or Carnivore

You could use any animal toys you have - so simple but great science lesson too!

This powerpoint file has information for plants. It covers:A) Why plants are important.B) The life cycle of plants.C) What plants are used for....

Animals and habitat lesson. Students can write or draw animals and plants and then classify them according to whether they are living or non-living. This example uses animals and plants in the desert only, but you could modify it to incorporate other environments as well!

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Life Cycle of Plants {20 Activities, Labs, Printables & Foldable Flower Book}

Life Cycle of Plants: Includes mini-labs, reading strategies, writing activities, graphic organizers, observation journals, diagrams, plant vocabulary cards, anchor charts and foldable flower project book!

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Parts of a Plant and Their Use to Man -Science/Agricultural Science

In this 6-page science lesson, students explore the world of plants and the parts of a plant

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My Sea Animal Report {Student Research Template}

My Sea Animal Report {3-Page Student Research Template} $

The students willnmake a mobile using different environments and the animals that live in them to show their understanding that different animals live in different different environments. Students will be able to pick which environment they are interested in the complete the mobile.

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Plants and Animals - Living Together - Lapbook

This has all you'll need to create an awesome lapbook about plant and animals, their needs, and how they live together with your students. Lapbooks are easily created by any learner. $

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Plants: Intro to Plant Kingdom Review Question/Answer PowerPoint

The key to success in teaching a unit on any topic is to provide the best instruction possible followed by a good review exercise. This PowerPoint consists of

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Animal Diorama and Research Report - Project Pack

This Animal Diorama and Research Report is such a fun and engaging project for your students! They will learn about an animal by creating a diorama of the animal's natural habitat. Students will research, complete an Animal Research Report poster, write a page about their animal, and present their project to the class.

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Animal Needs Primary

Animal Needs - wow! 3 awesome interactive lessons and bonus material!

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Plants: Intro to the Plant Kingdom Set of 3 Quizzes

Plants: Intro to the Plant Kingdom Set of 3 Quizzes. These three quizzes were written to go along with my 97-slide PowerPoint called, “The Plant Kingdom: Introduction and Classification.”

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Truffula Tree Inspired Lorax Birthday Party // Hostess with the ...

Lorax! Turn it into a science lesson- plant a seed

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Animal Research - Animal Reports

Animal Report • Third Grade • Informational Writing • Lapbook

We All Went On Safari-A Science & Geography Unit - This inquiry unit suitable for Foundation & Year One, matched with Science & Geography Australian Curriculum focuses on our environment, interdependence of living things and the Cross Curriculum Priority 'Sustainability'. Included is 11 lesson ideas, an appendix with resource links and a powerpoint

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Animal Cells & Plant Cells

Animal Cells & Plant Cells PowerPoint Presentation. Compares and describes the function of the major parts of each type of cell. Aligned with 5th Grade Science standards in Georgia. 100% Editable!