Name one way in which plants and animals are similar?
"L.3.1 Students will demonstrate an understanding of internal and external structures in
plants and animals and how they relate to their growth, survival, behavior, and
reproduction within an environment."
Animals and plants are made up of many different parts. The parts of animals and plants work together to form a functioning organism. Different animals and plants have different body structures based on their needs.
Animal and Plant Structure
Organism: A living thing, such as a plant or animal. Structure: The way something is made or put together. Parts: A piece or section of something.
Elephants have the strongest sense of smell in the animal kingdom! The Venus Flytrap is one of the few carnivorous plants that can move. The Giant Sequoia tree is the largest living organism on Earth!
Work together in pairs: Name one external structure on a plant and one external structure on an animal that helps them survive in their environment.
Work together in pairs: Name one internal structure in a plant and one external structure in an animal.
Brain break: Draw a picture of a robot playing the violin
What do plants need to grow?
What does a mammal have that a bird does not?
What is the name of the hard shell on a turtle?
What are the parts of a plant?
What is the name of an animal that cannot move?