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Instructions for Copying, Answers are printed in non reproducible blue Copy pages on a light. setting in order to make multiple copies for classroom use. LIFE SCIENCE,Unit Literature 1,Chapter 1 Classifying Living Things. Chapter Concept Map 2,Lesson 1 Lesson Outline 3,Lesson Vocabulary 5. Lesson Cloze Activity 6,Lesson 2 Lesson Outline 7,Lesson Vocabulary 9. Lesson Cloze Activity 10,Reading in Science 1 1,Lesson 3 Lesson Outline 13. Lesson Vocabulary 15,Lesson Cloze Activity 16,Lesson 4 Lesson Outline 17. Lesson Vocabulary 19,Lesson Cloze Activity 20,Lesson 5 Lesson Outline 21. Lesson Vocabulary 23,Lesson Cloze Activity 24,Writing in Science 25. Chapter Vocabulary 27,Chapter 2 Cells,Chapter Concept Map 29. Lesson 1 Lesson Outline 30,Lesson Vocabulary 32,Lesson Cloze Activity 33. Lesson 2 Lesson Outline 34,Lesson Vocabulary 36,Lesson Cloze Activity 37. Lesson 3 Lesson Outline 38,Lesson Vocabulary 40,Lesson Cloze Activity 41. Writing in Science 42,Macmillan McGraw Hill,Lesson 4 Lesson Outline 44. Lesson Vocabulary 46,Lesson Cloze Activity 47,Reading in Science 48. Chapter Vocabulary 50,Reading and Writing iii,Unit Literature 52. Chapter 3 Genetics,Chapter Concept Map 53,Lesson 1 Lesson Outline 54. Lesson Vocabulary 56,Lesson Cloze Activity 57,Lesson 2 Lesson Outline 58. Lesson Vocabulary 60,Lesson Cloze Activity 61,Writing in Science 62. Lesson 3 Lesson Outline 64,Lesson Vocabulary 66,Lesson Cloze Activity 67. Lesson 4 Lesson Outline 68,Lesson Vocabulary 70,Lesson Cloze Activity 71. Reading in Science 72,Chapter Vocabulary 74,Chapter 4 Ecosystems. Chapter Concept Map 76,Lesson 1 Lesson Outline 77,Lesson Vocabulary 79. Lesson Cloze Activity 80,Lesson 2 Lesson Outline 81. Lesson Vocabulary 83,Lesson Cloze Activity 84,Lesson 3 Lesson Outline 85. Lesson Vocabulary 87,Lesson Cloze Activity 88,Writing in Science 89. Lesson 4 Lesson Outline 91,Lesson Vocabulary 93,Lesson Cloze Activity 94. Reading in Science 95,Macmillan McGraw Hill,Chapter Vocabulary 97. iv Reading and Writing,EARTH SCIENCE,Unit Literature 99. Chapter 5 Changes over Time,Chapter Concept Map 100. Lesson 1 Lesson Outline 101,Lesson Vocabulary 103,Lesson Cloze Activity 104. Lesson 2 Lesson Outline 105,Lesson Vocabulary 107,Lesson Cloze Activity 108. Lesson 3 Lesson Outline 109,Lesson Vocabulary 111,Lesson Cloze Activity 112. Reading in Science 113,Lesson 4 Lesson Outline 115. Lesson Vocabulary 117,Lesson Cloze Activity 118,Writing in Science 119. Lesson 5 Lesson Outline 121,Lesson Vocabulary 123,Lesson Cloze Activity 124. Chapter Vocabulary 125,Chapter 6 Conserving Our Resources. Chapter Concept Map 127,Lesson 1 Lesson Outline 128. Lesson Vocabulary 130,Lesson Cloze Activity 131,Lesson 2 Lesson Outline 132. Lesson Vocabulary 134,Lesson Cloze Activity 135,Writing in Science 136. Lesson 3 Lesson Outline 138,Lesson Vocabulary 140,Lesson Cloze Activity 141. Macmillan McGraw Hill,Reading in Science 142,Lesson 4 Lesson Outline 144. Lesson Vocabulary 146,Lesson Cloze Activity 147,Chapter Vocabulary 148. Reading and Writing v,Unit Literature 150,Chapter 7 Weather and Climate. Chapter Concept Map 151,Lesson 1 Lesson Outline 152. Lesson Vocabulary 154,Lesson Cloze Activity 155,Lesson 2 Lesson Outline 156. Lesson Vocabulary 158,Lesson Cloze Activity 159,Lesson 3 Lesson Outline 160. Lesson Vocabulary 162,Lesson Cloze Activity 163,Reading in Science 164. Lesson 4 Lesson Outline 166,Lesson Vocabulary 168,Lesson Cloze Activity 169. Writing in Science 170,Chapter Vocabulary 172,Chapter 8 Astronomy. Chapter Concept Map 174,Lesson 1 Lesson Outline 175. Lesson Vocabulary 177,Lesson Cloze Activity 178,Lesson 2 Lesson Outline 179. Lesson Vocabulary 181,Lesson Cloze Activity 182,Lesson 3 Lesson Outline 183. Lesson Vocabulary 185,Lesson Cloze Activity 186,Writing in Science 187. Lesson 4 Lesson Outline 189,Lesson Vocabulary 191,Lesson Cloze Activity 192. Writing in Science 193,Macmillan McGraw Hill,Lesson 5 Lesson Outline 195. Lesson Vocabulary 197,Lesson Cloze Activity 198,Reading in Science 199. Chapter Vocabulary 201,vi Reading and Writing,PHYSICAL SCIENCE. Unit Literature 203,Chapter 9 Classifying Matter,Chapter Concept Map 204. Lesson 1 Lesson Outline 205,Lesson Vocabulary 207,Lesson Cloze Activity 208. Lesson 2 Lesson Outline 209,Lesson Vocabulary 211,Lesson Cloze Activity 212. Writing in Science 213,Lesson 3 Lesson Outline 215. Lesson Vocabulary 217,Lesson Cloze Activity 218,Reading in Science 219. Lesson 4 Lesson Outline 221,Lesson Vocabulary 223,Lesson Cloze Activity 224. Chapter Vocabulary 225,Chapter 10 Chemistry,Chapter Concept Map 227. Lesson 1 Lesson Outline 228,Lesson Vocabulary 230,Lesson Cloze Activity 231. Lesson 2 Lesson Outline 232,Lesson Vocabulary 234,Lesson Cloze Activity 235. Lesson 3 Lesson Outline 236,Lesson Vocabulary 238,Lesson Cloze Activity 239. Reading in Science 240,Lesson 4 Lesson Outline 242. Lesson Vocabulary 244,Lesson Cloze Activity 245,Macmillan McGraw Hill. Writing in Science 246,Chapter Vocabulary 248,Reading and Writing vii. Unit Literature 250,Chapter 11 Exploring Forces,Chapter Concept Map 251. Lesson 1 Lesson Outline 252,Lesson Vocabulary 254,Lesson Cloze Activity 255. Lesson 2 Lesson Outline 256,Lesson Vocabulary 258,Lesson Cloze Activity 259. Lesson 3 Lesson Outline 260,Lesson Vocabulary 262,Lesson Cloze Activity 263. Reading in Science 264,Lesson 4 Lesson Outline 266. Lesson Vocabulary 268,Lesson Cloze Activity 269,Writing in Science 270. Chapter Vocabulary 272,Chapter 12 Exploring Energy. Chapter Concept Map 274,Lesson 1 Lesson Outline 275. Lesson Vocabulary 277,Lesson Cloze Activity 278,Lesson 2 Lesson Outline 279. Lesson Vocabulary 281,Lesson Cloze Activity 282,Reading in Science 283. Lesson 3 Lesson Outline 285,Lesson Vocabulary 287,Lesson Cloze Activity 288. Writing in Science 289,Lesson 4 Lesson Outline 291. Lesson Vocabulary 293,Lesson Cloze Activity 294,Macmillan McGraw Hill. Lesson 5 Lesson Outline 295,Lesson Vocabulary 297,Lesson Cloze Activity 298. Chapter Vocabulary 299,viii Reading and Writing,Name Date UNIT. Literature,Frozen Frogs,Read the Literature feature in your textbook. Write About It, Response to Literature This article describes a frog during. winter What is the frog doing What has happened to its body. Choose an animal to write about Write an essay describing the. process that this animal goes through to survive severe weather. conditions such as cold winters or hot summers, Students essays should be written in a logical order with an introductory. sentence about the animal they have chosen details about the process. the animal goes through to survive severe weather conditions and a. closing sentence,Macmillan McGraw Hill,Unit A Diversity of Life. Reading and Writing,CHAPTER Name Date,Concept Map,Classifying Living Things. Complete the concept map on the characteristics that. describe all living things including both plants and animals. using terms and phrases from your textbook,The Diversity of Life. Structures of plants Classifications of plants Examples of plant. include are broken down by adaptations,kingdom include thorns. division tropisms,class order and two methods of,family reproduction. genus and species,Living things are Living things also. made of cells reproduce,they respond to their grow and. Living Things,environment develop,and they obtain and. use energy, Animals can be Classifications of Examples of animal. vertebrates or animals are broken adaptions include. Macmillan McGraw Hill,down by kingdom camouflage,invertebrates. Animals have either phylum mimicry, endoskeletons or class order family and insulation. exoskeletons,Chapter 1 Classifying Living Things,2 Reading and Writing. Name Date LESSON,Classifying Plants and Animals,Use your textbook to help you fill in the blanks. What are living things,1 Living things are made of one or more cells. which are the building blocks of life,2 All organisms obtain and use energy in order. 3 All living things must be able to reproduce,or make more of their own kind. 4 All organisms have life cycles in which they,grow and develop. 5 If a plant turns its leaves toward the Sun the plant is. responding to its environment,How are organisms classified. 6 The system we use to name and classify organisms was. developed by a Swedish botanist named Carolus Linnaeus. 7 From largest to smallest group each living thing is organized. into a kingdom phylum or division class,order family genus and species. Macmillan McGraw Hill, 8 Linnaeus divided organisms into just two kingdoms but most. scientists today agree that there are six,kingdoms of living things. 9 A species is always properly identified by both its. genus and its species name, Chapter 1 Classifying Living Things Use with Lesson 1. Reading and Writing Classifying Plants and Animals. LESSON Name Date,What are some other kingdoms,10 If an organism can make its own food and. has many cells it belongs in the plant kingdom, 11 Because so many species of plants have been identified. scientists organize plants into groups called divisions. 12 A plant that has veins or tubes in its roots stems and. leaves is a vascular plant and a plant without, veins or tubes in its roots stems and leaves is called a. nonvascular plant, 13 Yeast mushrooms and molds are examples of fungi. 14 Fungi are important to the environment because they break. down dead organisms,15 Some organisms in the protist kingdom. make their own food but others obtain their food from the. surrounding environment,What are bacteria and viruses. 16 Eubacteria can live almost anywhere but archaebacteria live. only in extreme conditions,17 Once inside a n host cell a virus instructs. the cell to reproduce copies of the virus,Macmillan McGraw Hill. Critical Thinking, 18 How are ways of classifying plants different from ways of. classifying animals, The animal kingdom is divided into phyla but the plant kingdom is. divided into divisions, Chapter 1 Classifying Living Things Use with Lesson 1. 4 Reading and Writing Classifying Plants and Animals. Name Date LESSON,Vocabulary,Classifying Living Things. Match the correct letter with the description,a kingdom d phylum g species. b nonvascular e plant h vascular,c organism f scientific name. 1 a the largest and most general grouping of living things. 2 c a living thing, 3 b plants that do not have veins or tubes in their roots. stems and leaves, 4 g a group of similar organisms that reproduce more of. their own kind, 5 f a way of describing an organism using both its genus. and species together, 6 h plants that have veins or tubes in their roots stems. and leaves, 7 d the second largest grouping of organisms made up. of several classes of living things, 8 e a multicelled organism that can make its own food. Macmillan McGraw Hill, Chapter 1 Classifying Living Things Use with Lesson 1. Reading and Writing Classifying Plants and Animals. LESSON Name Date,Cloze Activity,Classifying Plants and Animals. Fill in the blanks,archaebacteria kingdoms species. divisions nonvascular vascular, Our world is populated with diverse life Living things. or organisms can be categorized into six,kingdoms the largest and most general units of. classification From there each organism is further sorted. into a phylum or division a class an order a family a. genus and finally a n species the smallest, unit of classification Two of the six kingdoms are called. eubacteria and archaebacteria, The more than 260 000 species in the plant kingdom are. grouped into divisions Plants with veins or tubes,in their roots stems and leaves are vascular. plants Plants without veins or tubes in their roots stems and. leaves are nonvascular plants By classifying living. Macmillan McGraw Hill, things we can better understand how organisms are similar. to and different from one another, Chapter 1 Classifying Living Things Use with Lesson 1. 6 Reading and Writing Classifying Plants and Animals. Name Date LESSON,Use your textbook to help you fill in the blanks. What are roots and stems for,1 Vascular plants use a xylem to move water. and minerals from the soil upward,2 The phloem moves food back down through. 3 The leaves of a plant are supported by a stem,4 The roots of a plant draw water and. nutrients from the soil and anchor the plant in the ground. 5 Plants release water into the atmosphere through their leaves. in a process called transpiration,How do leaves function. 6 Some plants have single or simple leaves and some have. clustered or compound leaves,7 Plant leaves have tiny pores called stomata. through which air enters and water exits the plant. 8 The cells that regulate how much air and water pass through. the stomata are called guard cells,Macmillan McGraw Hill. 9 Many plants have leaves that capture sunlight to make their. own food in a process called photosynthesis, Chapter 1 Classifying Living Things Use with Lesson 2.