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Living and non-living things are the same.
Non-living things can move from one place to another.
Fish swim with the help of their ______ and _________.
How do snakes move from one place to another?
Every day you carry a bag to school. Why can’t it go on its own?
The leaves of ________ plant close and droop when touched.
When living things grow, their _________ and __________ change.
Living things are born; they grow and die. This is called their _________.
The process by which our body takes in and gives out air is called __________.
Insects such as grasshopper have _______ along the sides of their bodies for breathing.
Plants breathe through tiny _________ in the leaves called _________.
All living things breathe in air to stay _______.
A frog breathes with the help of ________ on land.
A frog breathes with the help of ________ in water.
We feel hungry if we skip a ___________.
__________ need food to live and grow.
We obtain our food from _________ and ___________.
________ plants make their food using air, water and sunlight.
When we get hurt, we feel __________.
Eyes, ear, nose, tongue and skin are _____________.
Plants do not have ______ organs.
Most plants produce ________ that grow into new plants.
The process of producing more young ones of one’s own kind is called __________.
Pores in the leaves of plants through which they take in and give out air are called __________.
Organs that enable us to sense the changes around us are called ___________.