means 'Having Life'
. All living things have life.
Human beings and all plants
are living things.
Even microorganisms like bacteria and fungi are living things. Viruses are not living things.
- Living things are made up of cells.
- Living things need food
and water to stay alive.
- Living things breathe either in air or in water.
- Living things can move (crawl/walk/run/swim/fly) on their own.
- Living things can sense (hear/see/feel/taste/smell) objects. They can respond to these senses.
- Living things grow in size. Ex. Babies grow to become adults. Young plants grow into adult plants.
- Living things can give birth or reproduce young ones. Ex. Animals produce animal babies. Plants make seeds that grow into new plants.
- Egg from chicken
- Milk from cow
- Vegetables and fruits from plants: Ex. beans, peas, apples, oranges etc.
- Nuts and seeds from plants: Ex. cashews, almonds, walnuts, sunflower seeds etc.
- Honey from honey bee
- Cooking oils from vegetables, fruits, flowers and nuts: Ex. almond oil, peanut oil, vegetable oil etc.
- Wool and Fur from sheep: used to make sweaters and coats.
- Wood from trees: used to make tables, chairs, cabinets, doors, pencils etc.
- Perfume from flowers: used for good smell.
- Medicine from trees: used to treat sicknesses.
- Silk from silk worms: used to make silk clothes.
- Cotton from cotton plants: used to make cotton clothes.
- Rubber from rubber plants: used to make tires, erasers and rubber bands.
- Leather from animal skins: used to make sofas, hand bags, belts etc.