Given a list, illustrations, or actual plants or animals, classify them as plants or animals.
Students learn that some objects are alive and others are not, and that many living things are classified as either plants or animals based on observable features and behaviors. Plants and animals are further classified into smaller groups such as insects and trees. Even these groups can be further subdivided. Classification provides a way to organize and find patterns in the amazing diversity of plants, animals, and the nonliving environment.
There are many different types of living things on Earth. Many of them are classified as plants or animals.