UNIT 1: LIVING THINGS AND NON-LIVING THINGS
Our world is made up of Living Things and Non-Living Things.
What is the difference between Living Things and Non-Living Things?
Living Things can: Breath, need food and water, move or grow.
Non-Living Things cannot breath, cannot move or grow, do not need food o water.
- · What is it?
- · Does it breath air?
- · Does it grow?
- · Does it need water or food?
- · Does it move?
Many of these Living Things are very small. They can be so small that we need a microscope to observe them, while others are much larger than we are.
However, they all share certain characteristics: what characteristics do living things share?
· They all interact with their environment.
· They grow.
· They reproduce.
· And they eventually die.
All living things are made up of cells which form the building blocks of life.
How do we classify living things?