Unit 3 - Living and non-living things
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1 - Look at the photos and write the life process it represents.
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2 - Read the characteristics and mark the correct option or options:
They can be oviparous or viviparous.
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They can't move from one place to another.
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Some can climb.
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They can propagate under the ground
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They can make good friends with plants.
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We have lots of them in our intestine that help digestion.
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3 - Complete the sentences with the correct word.
Living things are .......... from other living things.
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Living things ................. They increase in size.
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Living things change their ................. from babies to elderly people.
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Living things can reproduce. They create ............... similar to them.
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Living things interact. They perceive with the five senses and ........
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4 - Look at the three photos of plants and tick the correct characteristics for each of them.
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Grasses
Bushes
Trees
They have a soft stem
The have a woody thin stem
They have a stem called trunk
They are flexible, thin and short.
They have rigid thick branches
They have low branches with thorns.
They are taller than grasses but shorter than trees.
Some ........ have kernels.
Wheat is an example of...
Pines are examples of...
Blackberries grow from...
5 - There are two types of trees. Watch the video and answer.
Deciduous trees...
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Evergreen trees...
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6 - Look at the photos and write what type of trees they are.
What type of tree is it?
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