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This PDF introduces the NGSS standard on Molecules to Organisms: Structures and Processes. It includes a multi-day lab to introduce definitions of life and cells, as well as research, a short assessment, and notes on living versus nonliving things. Included are student worksheets, links to additiona
In this listing, you will find a living versus non-living picture sort activity. You will print out the desired pages, cut out the pictures, and have students sort these pictures into the living vs. non-living boxes. This listing contained 20 living icons and 20 non-living icons!Tip! Laminate the ic
PreK - 2nd
In this remote learning ready google slides assignment, students examine 8 objects (a snail, a green plant, a branch, seeds, fire, a "mysterious brown powder" (yeast), a virus, and a misfolded prion protein. For each object, they must claim whether the object is living or non-living, and then provid
Students are asked to identify living versus non-living things with pictures.
1st - 3rd
10 pairs of living/non-living things to match and sort under two title cards. Each of the ten pairs features a type of thing, such as a baby, and offers both a living and a non-living variation on that thing. A real baby versus a baby doll, for instance. Just print on card stock, mark the back of
PreK - K
This is an interactive (drag and drop) living versus non-living activity that uses Google Slides and is Google Classroom ready! Once purchased, you will get a link to copy resources directly to your Google Drive. ******************************************Here's what's included:an introduction slid
This nonfiction booklet is great to use when studying living versus nonliving things, plant life cycle, diagram of a plant, and photosynthesis on the elementary level. Click Here to Save 30%. This nonfiction booklet meets the Georgia Second Grade Science standard S2L1: Students will investigate t
2nd - 3rd
This book is perfect to teach how scientists identify living versus non-living objects. Perfect for PreK, K, or 1st grade. #living, non-living
PreK - 1st
This is a PowerPoint that goes in depth with needs of living things. It goes over non-living versus living things.
2nd - 4th
Even in middle school, students have a hard time distinguishing the differences between a living organism with cells versus a non-living structure. When given digital (distance learning) or printable photos at the microscopic level it takes some high-level thinking to figure out what characteris
This activity allows students to (a) examine and (b) practice recognizing the characteristics of living versus non-living things.
Have fun reading with your students about getting a pet for the classroom while reviewing the concept and characteristics of living things versus non-living things. Students will re-invest in essential vocabulary about your science unit while enjoying discovering that the teacher bought a rabbit for
Here are three activities dealing with living and nonliving: *Updated 2/06/2015* 1. A group sort for students to practice living versus nonliving. There are 12 different real life pictures for students to sort. 2. An experiment The students observe, compare, and contrast a gummi worm and an earthw
Here is a full 19-lesson unit on animals, living and non-living. Here are some topics that you will see: -Living versus non-living -Characteristics of living things -Basic needs of living things -Penguin Animal Study -Frog Animal Study -Animal Life Cycles -And More!!! In this unit, I have created
These LIVING & NON-LIVING Scavenger Hunt & Sorting Activities are a perfect addition to your life science unit that will compliment your centres and build on your student’s understanding of identifying living versus non-living things. Scavenger hunts are a great way to build interest in stud
This 100 slide presentation is artfully designed to compliment to your unit on Ecosystems! An ecosystem can be huge like the Amazon Rainforest or as small as a puddle in your backyard. There are both living and non-living things make up an ecosystem. This unit is geared for 3rd grade, 4th grade,
Enjoy this wonderful digital activity where the student is able to complete matching activities. Enjoy clickable links that lead you directly to a educational video on living and non living. Students will complete activities on what living things need and living versus non living sorting.
The African lungfish provides students with many areas of study. By applying the scientific method, students will identify some of the unique and rather remarkable adaptations the marbled African lungfish possesses which enables it to survive in very harsh environments. Students will reinforce the
This LIVING & NON-LIVING UNIT Bundle is filled with comprehensive & engaging activities that will ensure your students are sure to love! The bright coloured poster sets, the variety of differentiated activities, and meaningful inquiries with the scavenger hunts or write the room activities w
K - 1st
I utilize this unit in my 8th-grade agriculture class to introduce them to natural resources as an FFA contest, daily use and careers. This product includes a PowerPoint and guided notes, BINGO activity (explained in the PowerPoint), careers assignment and final poster. National Standards: NRS.01.01
Put some visual spark in your vocabulary! Science is a vocabulary intensive subject, and the more opportunity students have to interact with the vocabulary the better they will remember. This is a set of English and also a Bilingual (English and Spanish) set of word wall cards. This set covers the E
Ecosystems Resource Bundle**NEW UPDATE! 4/19 Now includes Reading Passages! This bundled product contains the following 7 StudentSavvy resources!Ecosystems Reading PassagesEcosystems Interactive Notebook {Digital & Print}Ecosystems Interactive PowerPoint {Google Slides Version Included}Ecosystem
It’s pumpkin time! Is the pumpkin book a fiction or non-fiction text? I love using both fiction and non-fiction text when teaching my students about pumpkins. Are pumpkins living or non-living? Using both kinds of text also makes science lessons fun to teach. Each item listed below follows a ccss
*BEST SELLER!* This PowerPoint covers all of the basic facts about a pond (including pond habitats, classifying pond animals, nonliving parts of a pond, how ponds change in the spring and winter, living parts of a pond, life cycle of a frog, pond food/food chain, and pond survival) in a fun & i

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