Finding Relationships - Science Examples
Scientists are interested in the relationships between the things they study.
If they study birds, they are interested in the relationship between a birds
physical characteristics and the type of food they eat. They are interested
in the type of nests that each bird makes in relation to the places that they
live. If they are studying
the body and health they want to find the relationship between what we
eat and how we feel. They want to know the relationship between daily exercise
and how long we can live. If they study the planets, they want to know the
relationship between comets and indentations on the surface of the moon.
Now let's try a question!
What is the relationship between
a bee building its hive and flowers being fertilized?
Reference Library links
- Animal Homes
- See where animals live, including the relationship between bees and flowers
- Animal Classification
- See how animals are related to each other, such as mammals, reptiles and
amphibians, and what they have in common
- Who lives where
- See which animals live in the same types of homes, such as caves, trees
- Who eats what
- See which animals eat the same type of food
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