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1 Insect Record Date Observations Questions I have Investigation 1: Mealworms No. 1 Notebook Master

2 Animals and Plants in Their Habitats Review Questions 1. What do animals need to live? 2. What do plants need to live? 3. Living things in the tundra depend on each other. They also depend on things like sunlight, water, and soil. Give examples. Compare. a. What does a caribou depend on? b. What does a tundra plant depend on? c. How are caribou and tundra plants alike? How are they different? 4. Some living things in the tundra go into a resting stage. How does this help them? Investigation 1: Mealworms No. 2 Notebook Master

3 Animal Needs How do the structures and behaviors of animals help them meet their needs? Getting food Kind of Animal Structure or Behavior Getting water Kind of Animal Structure or Behavior Getting air (oxygen) Kind of Animal Structure or Behavior Getting shelter Kind of Animal Structure or Behavior Investigation 1: Mealworms No. 3 Notebook Master

4 All about Animal Needs Video Review Questions 1. All animals need water. Tell how a frog, giraffe, fish, grasshopper, or mealworm gets water. 2. All animals need food. Describe an animal from the video. What does it eat? How does it get food? Is it an herbivore, carnivore, or omnivore? 3. Animals move to get what they need. What body parts does a bird use to move? A raccoon? A fish? Compare how a bird, raccoon, and a fish move. 4. What does a lizard do to keep its body at a good temperature? A butterfly? A cheetah? 5. Think about a mealworm s body parts. It has legs, skin, antennae, and a mouth. How do these parts help the mealworm get what it needs to live? Investigation 1: Mealworms No. 4 Notebook Master

5 Stages in the Life Cycle of the Darkling Beetle 1. Cut apart the pictures. 2. Glue the pictures in a column in your science notebook. Put them in order from top to bottom to show the life cycle of the darkling beetle. 3. Write the name of the stage next to each picture. 4. Describe what happens during each stage with a few words or a sentence. Investigation 1: Mealworms No. 5 Notebook Master

6 Plant Picture Height Investigation 2: Brassica Seeds No. 6 Notebook Master

7 How Plants Grow Video Review Questions 1. How do we know plants are living things? 2. What does a seed do for a plant? What is inside a seed? 3. What conditions cause a seed to grow? Pot Conditions Did seeds germinate? #1 water sunlight room temp #2 no water sunlight room temp #3 water dark room temp #4 water dark cold 4. What do the four main parts of a plant do? Plant part roots leaves stem flower What it does Investigation 2: Brassica Seeds No. 7 Notebook Master

8 Brassica A Draw lines from the words to the parts of the plant. bud flower leaf root seed seedpod stem Investigation 2: Brassica Seeds No. 8 Notebook Master

9 Brassica B Label the parts of the plant. Investigation 2: Brassica Seeds No. 9 Notebook Master

10 Flowers and Seeds Review Questions 1. Name one plant. Tell about its flowers. 2. Where are the seeds on a full-grown brassica plant? 3. Name two fruits you like to eat. 4. Four parts of a plant are important for its life cycle. Name them. Investigation 2: Brassica Seeds No. 10 Notebook Master

11 How Plants Meet Their Needs Observe the grass plants and desert plants in your book. Think about the parts of those plants. How do they help the plants get what they need? a. Record your observations in a chart like this. Plant Plant Parts Needs Met grass plant desert plant b. Compare how grass and desert plants are the same and different. Investigation 2: Brassica Seeds No. 11 Notebook Master

12 Milkweed Bug Habitat Draw the habitat you made for the milkweed bugs. What will they need to live? Investigation 3: Milkweed Bugs No. 12 Notebook Master

13 So Many Kinds, So Many Places Review Questions 1. Living things depend on each other. Give examples. Compare. a. How are insects useful to animals? b. How are insects useful to plants? 2. How can insects cause problems? Investigation 3: Milkweed Bugs No. 13 Notebook Master

14 Stages in the Life Cycle of the Milkweed Bug 1. Cut apart the pictures. 2. Glue the pictures in a column in your science notebook. Put them in order from top to bottom to show the life cycle of the milkweed bug. 3. Write the name of the stage next to each picture. Investigation 3: Milkweed Bugs No. 14 Notebook Master

15 Stages in the Life Cycle of the Triangle Bug 1. Cut apart the pictures. 2. Glue the pictures in a column in your science notebook. Put them in order from top to bottom to show the life cycle of the triangle bug. 3. Write the name of the stage next to each picture. Investigation 3: Milkweed Bugs No. 15 Notebook Master

16 Variation Review Questions 1. Name five variations you can observe about people. 2. Tell about variations in trout. 3. Think of another animal. Tell about its variations. Investigation 3: Milkweed Bugs No. 16 Notebook Master

17 All about Food Chains Video Review Questions 1. Plants are called producers. Explain why the Sun is important for plants and animals. 2. You are visiting a flower and vegetable garden. You see plants, flowers, and fruits. You see animals such as insects and birds. Tell about a food chain involving these organisms. 3. Milkweed bugs could live in parks and gardens. Is a milkweed bug a producer or a consumer? What do milkweed bugs eat? What might eat milkweed bugs? 4. A wooded area in a park has grass, trees, and bushes. There are mice, snakes, hawks, and owls living there. Tell about a food chain that includes producers and consumers in the park. 5. In a nearby lake there are fish that eat only insects. Draw a food chain involving these animals. Add a producer. 6. You observed students on the research vessel Sea Explorer. On the boat, students collected marine plankton with a collecting net. The students found phytoplankton, zooplankton, fish, crabs, and shrimp. What are the producers in the marine food chain? Who eats the phytoplankton? Who eats the zooplankton? Investigation 3: Milkweed Bugs No. 17 Notebook Master

18 Milkweed Bug Pictures Investigation 3: Milkweed Bugs No. 18 Notebook Master

19 Insect Shapes and Colors Review Questions 1. Why are some insects hard to see? 2 Why are some insects so colorful? 3. How can body shape or color help an insect stay alive? Investigation 4: Silkworms No. 19 Notebook Master

20 Stages in the Life Cycle of the Silkworm Moth 1. Cut apart the pictures. 2. Glue the pictures in a column in your science notebook. Put them in order from top to bottom to show the life cycle of the silkworm moth. 3. Write the name of the stage next to each picture. Investigation 4: Silkworms No. 20 Notebook Master

21 Insect Life Cycles Review Questions 1. Tell about the life cycle of a bee. 2. Tell about the life cycle of a milkweed bug. Investigation 4: Silkworms No. 21 Notebook Master

22 Stages in the Life Cycle of the Square Moth 1. Cut apart the pictures. 2. Glue the pictures in a column in your science notebook. Put them in order from top to bottom to show the life cycle of the square moth. 3. Write the name of the stage next to each picture. Investigation 4: Silkworms No. 22 Notebook Master

23 Evidence of Plant Eaters What evidence is there that insects are eating plants in the schoolyard? Look for Leaves with holes Leaves with chewed edges Curled, shriveled leaves Surface scraping on leaves Investigation 4: Silkworms No. 23 Notebook Master

24 1. Do caterpillars have legs? 2. How many? Caterpillar Structures 3. Do caterpillars have bristles or hairs? 4. Do caterpillars have antennae? 5. How many? 6. What colors are on these caterpillars? Investigation 5: Butterflies No. 24 Notebook Master

25 Stages in the Life Cycle of the Painted Lady Butterfly 1. Cut apart the pictures. 2. Glue the pictures in a column in your science notebook. Put them in order from top to bottom to show the life cycle of the painted lady butterfly. 3. Write the name of the stage next to each picture. Investigation 5: Butterflies No. 25 Notebook Master

26 Life Goes Around Review Questions 1. Does a ladybug larva look like its parents? 2. Tell about the life cycle of a ladybug. 3. Tell about the life cycle of a different animal. 4. Name five animals that hatch from eggs. 5. Name three animals that are born alive (not from eggs). Investigation 5: Butterflies No. 26 Notebook Master

27 1. What is pollen? What Is Pollination? Video Review Questions 2. What does pollinate mean? 3. What kinds of animals pollinate flowers? 4. Why are pollinators so important? 5. Let s compare. What are some different ways plants are pollinated? Investigation 5: Butterflies No. 27 Notebook Master

28 Butterfly Puzzle Investigation 5: Butterflies No. 28 Notebook Master

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