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World Ecosystems

An ecosystem includes all of the living things (plants, animals and organisms) in a given area, interacting with each other, and also with their non-living environments (weather, earth, sun, soil, climate, atmosphere). These plants and animals depend on each other to survive. 


Food Chains

All living things need food to give them the energy to grow and move. A food chain shows how each living thing gets its food. It shows who is eating who. The arrow means "is eaten by" . 


Plants Kingdom




The Water Cycle

   
The earth has a limited amount of water.  That water keeps going around and around and around and around and ... in what we call the "Water Cycle".

The Five Kingdoms

Scientists believe that there are over 10 million different kinds of lifeforms, or species, on Earth. Imagine trying to study and understand the lives, patterns, behaviors and evolution of so many different kinds of organisms. Scientists start by classifying lifeforms in groups called kingdoms. 

These kingdoms represent a very large group of lifeforms that are all similar in some ways, but can be very different from one another in other ways. The five kingdoms that biologists have developed are the Monera Kingdom, the Protist Kingdom, the Fungi Kingdom, the Plant Kingdom, and the Animal Kingdom:

























# 1: Fungi



World Climates. Climate of Spain

Weather and climate are different.  Weather is a short change of the air in an area measured by temperature, precipitation, humidity, wind, and other factors. Climate is usually defined as the weather conditions in an area over a long period of time.



Homophones & Homographs


Homophones are words that are pronounced the same, usually spelled differently, and have different meanings.

Here are some examples of homophones:

-Ark (boat), Arc (part of a circle)

-Bank (the side of a river), Bank (a place to keep money)
-Hare (rabbit), Hair (grows on the human head)





Levels of Organization

Definitions of each of the levels of organization in the human body are a click away...




Living Things

Living organisms share characteristics such as the ability to move and reproduce. There are different types of living organisms including plants, animals, fungi, or bacteria.

Cells

Animals and plants are made of cells. Cells form the basic "building blocks" for living things. 

Cells are very small. They are the basic building blocks of all animals and plants. This photograph shows cells seen through a microscope:

Solar System Amazing Facts!

The universe is more amazing and vast than you realize and these truths will definitely teach you something.