What Scientists Do
What Living Things Do
How Plants Grow
Where Things Live
How the Earth Moves
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What do scientists study?

The world around us!

100

Is Mr. Frog a living thing?

Yes! Well, he USED to be a living thing!

100

Why do we need to learn about the needs of plants?

So that we know how to take care of them and God's creation!

100

Who made all living things?

God!

100

What do we call our classroom model of the earth that is in our classroom?

A globe

200

Name two science process skills.

Observe, Classify, Measure, Infer, Predict, Communicate
200

Name two non-living things in our classroom right now.

Answers vary.

200

Which part of the plant holds the plant up?

The stem

200

What is a habitat?

A place where an animal lives?

200

Which direction does the sun rise and set?

East to west

300

Name 3 tools a scientist uses to study God's world.

Magnifying glass, a ruler, Measuring cups, a balance, a thermometer

300

What are the three basic needs of living things?

Air, water, and energy (food)

300

Which part of the plant makes the seeds?

The flower

300

What is an environment?

All the non-living things that are around a living thing

300

What is one way that the earth moves?

Rotates or revolves

400
What do we call a scientific test that we use to solve a problem?
An experiment
400

What are the three stages of a robin's lifecycle?

Egg, chick, adult

400

What are the four basic needs of plants?

Water, air, soil, and light

400

What do you call the frozen layer of earth that never unfreezes in the tundra?

permafrost!

400

What do we call the imaginary line in the earth that the earth rotates on?

The axis
500

When we do an experiment, we make a guess at what will happen. What do we call that guess?

A hypothesis

500

What are the four stages of a butterfly's life cycle?

Egg, larva, pupa, adult

500

What are the three parts of a seed?

Seed coat, stored food, and tiny plant

500

Name 5 different habitats

Desert, rain forest, tundra, forest, ocean, pond

500

Why do we have seasons?

Because the earth is tilted on it's axis and it revolves around the sun in its orbit

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