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Slide 2 $20 $30 $40 $50 $10 $20 $30 $40 $50 $10 $20 $30 $40 $50 $10 $20 $30 $40 $50 $10 $20 $30 $40 $50 $10 PlantsAnimalsMineralsRocksFossils Slide 3 Name 3 parts of a plant. Slide 4 Root, stem & leaf Slide 5 What do plants need to grow? Slide 6 Water, light, soil & air Slide 7 What is a simple plant? Slide 8 Plant that has no roots, stems, or leaves Slide 9 What is a seedling? Slide 10 The young plant that appears after a seed breaks open Slide 11 What is photosynthesis? Slide 12 The process plants use to make food Slide 13 What are 3 things animals need? Slide 14 Food, Water, and Shelter Slide 15 What is a mammal? Slide 16 Animals that have fur or hair (also: lungs, live births, feed young with milk) Slide 17 How are amphibians similar and different from fish? Slide 18 S: both have gills,born in water D: amphibians move out of water Slide 19 What are 3 traits of reptiles? Slide 20 Scales, live on land, lungs to breathe, hatch from eggs or born live Slide 21 What is the difference between migration and hibernation? Slide 22 H: Animals go into a deep sleep until spring M: travel to one place & back again Slide 23 Give an example of a mineral Slide 24 Diamond, emerald, quartz, corundum, ruby Slide 25 Name 3 properties of minerals Slide 26 Solid, formed in nature, has never been alive Slide 27 Name 3 ways minerals are used Slide 28 Glass, salt, pencil, foods, steel, jewelry Slide 29 How are rocks and minerals related? Slide 30 Rocks are made up of minerals Slide 31 Give a definition for Mineral Slide 32 A solid natural material that has never been alive Slide 33 Name the 3 types of rocks Slide 34 Igneous, Sedimentary, Metamorphic Slide 35 What is the rock cycle? Slide 36 Process by which rocks change from one type to another Slide 37 What are the 3 layers of the Earth? Slide 38 Crust, Mantle, Core Slide 39 Define igneous rock and give an example Slide 40 Rock that was once melted but has cooled & hardened Slide 41 Define metamorphic rock Slide 42 Igneous, Sedimentary or Metamorphic rock that has been changed by heat & pressure Slide 43 How have fossils helped scientists learn about dinosaurs? Slide 44 Even though dinosaurs are extinct, fossils have allowed us to learn about how they lived and looked Slide 45 What is a fossil? Slide 46 Something that has lasted from a living thing that died long ago Slide 47 Give some examples of different types of fossils Slide 48 Body parts (bones/teeth) that have turned into stone; marks such as animal tracks Slide 49 Fossils are found mostly in _____? Slide 50 Sedimentary rocks Slide 51 What is a mold? Slide 52 The shape of a plant or animal left in sediments when the rock is formed