You'll have been practising using identification keys in your science work and so you're here because you want a little more help using them.
They're really useful things, keys, helping you to put a name to something that you don't know the name of. The skill you need to acquire is just how to make them work.
Well, as you probably know, there are two main sorts of keys:
SPIDER KEYS use a branching system like this:
CLUE KEYS use clues to help find the name, like this:
|Clue 1:||If the flower is yellow||go to Clue 2|
|If the flower is not yellow||go to Clue 4|
and so on. You've probably used both sorts before.
In the following questions, use the keys to try to identify the object. You will also be asked to use the key to find the name of the object using clues about it, given in the key.
Ready? Let's get identifying!