Life Processes

Life Processes

LIFE PROCESSES Looking at living things Living things Although all living things look different from each other, they all have seven things in

common. These seven things are called life processes. Something is only alive if it does all seven

processes. THE SEVEN LIFE PROCESSES 1 All living things move

Animals move their whole bodies to get from one place to another.

Plants turn towards the light and their roots grow down into the soil. 2 All living things reproduce

Animals have babies. New plants grow from seeds.

3 All living things are sensitive All living things

respond to changes. Living things notice changes in their surroundings and react to them. Eg. Plants grow

towards the light. Eg. People react to the temperature around them. 4

All living things need nutrition Food is used to provide energy.

Green plants make their own food using sunlight. Animals eat plants or other animals.

5 All living things excrete Waste substances must be removed

from the body. Plants and animals both need to get rid of waste gas and water.

6 All living things respire Plants and animals use the oxygen in the air to turn food

into energy. 7 All living things grow Babies grow into

adults. Seedlings grow into plants. The seven life processes 1 Move

2 Reproduce 3 Sensitive 4 Nutrition 5 Excrete 6 Respire 7 Grow Use the first letter from each process to help you remember

them. Move Reproduce Sensitive Nutrition Excrete Respire Grow They spell MRS NERG

This is MRS NERG ! Can you remember what each of the letters in her name stand for ? Move Reproduce

Sensitive Nutrition Excrete Respire Grow Well done !

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