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Write a paragraph about sequoia trees. Think about what you already know about trees and use details from the poem. com 23 Lesson 1 Living Things and Their Needs Living things can be found all over Earth. How do living things get what they need to survive? a. Students know plants and animals have structures that serve different functions in growth, survival, and reproduction. b. Students know examples of diverse life forms in different environments, such as oceans, deserts, tundra, forests, grasslands, and wetlands.
Write a hypothesis. Test Your Hypothesis 4 identical plants Label four identical plants as shown. Light and Water Light and No Water No Light and Water No Light and No Water measuring cup and water Step Observe How do the plants look? Record your observations in a chart. Put the plants labeled No Light in a dark place. Put the plants labeled Light in a sunny place. Water the plants labeled Water every few days. Predict What do you think will happen to each plant? Record Data Look at the plants every few days.
27 Deserts are biomes that have dry climates and sandy soil. Deserts can be hot or cold. soil , p. 27 humus , p. 27 structure , p. 29 shelter , p. 30 adaptation , p. com C Reading Skill Draw Conclusions BSfb1ZcSa 1]\QZcaW]\a C Technology Explore biomes with the Secret Agents. 26 EXPLAIN Where do living things live? Look outside. Do you see any living things? You probably do. Living things live almost everywhere on Earth. They live in any environment (en•VIGH•ruhn•muhnt) where they can meet their needs.
California Science: Student Edition: Grade 3 by Dr. Jay K. Hackett, Dr. Richard H. Moyer, Dr. JoAnne Vasquez, Mulugheta Teferi, Dinah Zike, Kathryn LeRoy , Dr. Dorothy J. T. Terman, Dr. Gerald F. Wheeler, Bank Street College of Education (program authors), Dr. Sally Ride, Lucille Villegas Barrera, Dr.