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Identification

1. The world is composed of both _____________ and ___________________ things.
2. Humans, animals and plants are _______________ things.
3. A _______________ is a young frog or toad.
4. Living things need to breathe clean _____________.
5. _________________ means to produce young or make babies.
6. ________________ refers to everything in the surroundings.
7. They are things that are alive. _____________________
8. It means to increase in size as time goes by. __________________
9. It means to react to something that happens. __________________________
10. A ________________ is not alive.
11. The word _____________ is derived from ‘kutun’, an Arabic word used to describe any fine
cloth
12. A _______________ is warm piece of clothing that is worn on the upper body.
13. ____________ is made from thread produced by silkworms.
14. _____________ is the body covering of sheep.
15. It comes from trunks and branches of trees used to make tables and
chairs._________________
16. It can be used to make statues and decorations ________________________________

True or False:

___________1. The world is composed of living things only.

___________2. To be a living thing, one can grow, reproduce, move and respond to their surroundings.

___________3. Living things share common characteristics.

___________ 4. A caterpillar can grow into an adult frog.

___________ 5. Living things do not need sunlight because they can hide.

___________6. Compared to tadpoles, human bodies change faster.

___________7. A calf is a baby duck.

___________ 8. A joey is a baby kangaroo.

___________ 9. Non Living things move from one place to another.

___________ 10. Plants move only in one direction.

___________ 11. There are non-living things which come from living things.

___________ 12.

List the basic needs of living things:

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