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Draw the different kinds of © Macmillan/McGraw-Hill birds that you see. 48 Chapter 3 • Plants and Animals Together Activity Lab Book Use with Lesson 3 Plants and Animals Need Each Other Name Date What do animals eat? a. You need & Communicate. Draw a picture of a plant. Draw a picture of an • paper • crayons animal that eats a plant. Draw a © Macmillan/McGraw-Hill picture of an animal that eats that animal. Avocado plant ladybug on leaf tree swallow ' Put Things in Order. Put your drawings in order to show what happens to the plants and animals.

Which teeth would you use for biting and chewing a piece of chicken? Why? My front teeth are sharper and better for biting, © Macmillan/McGraw-Hill my back teeth are wider and better for chewing. 28 Chapter 2 • Animals and Their Needs Activity Lab Book Use with Lesson 3 What Animals Need Name Alternative Explore Date A dentist in the classroom & Think about the last time you You need went to the dentist. Write down • paper one question that you would like • crayons to ask the dentist about different kinds of teeth.

They use their legs or wings to move. Chapter 3 • Plants and Animals Together Activity Lab Book Use with Lesson 2 Water Habitats 41 Quick Lab Name Date Find your habitat & Sit in a circle with your class. Place your animal photo card You need face down until your teacher • animal photo cards tells you to turn it over. • ocean photo cards ' What animal is on your photo card? Possible answer: dolphin. Answers will vary depending on the card given to each child. ( Find a partner in the circle who has the same animal card that you have.

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