Characteristics of Life - Living and Nonliving

Characteristics of Life - Living and Nonliving
Characteristics of Life - Living and Nonliving
Characteristics of Life - Living and Nonliving
Characteristics of Life - Living and Nonliving
Characteristics of Life - Living and Nonliving
Characteristics of Life - Living and Nonliving
Characteristics of Life - Living and Nonliving
Characteristics of Life - Living and Nonliving
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Use either in whole group, small group, or one-on-one intervention. The first two rows are examples for the students of what the expectation looks like. Next provide the student either flash cards or concrete items (such as a block, plastic dog, picture of a person,a marker). For each item ask the students if they get bigger, reproduce, or eat food. Then the student will mark their conclusion of whether the item is living or non-living. The students could also come up with their own examples of different objects or examples.

*In my classroom, I would break this into three different days. One page for each day.
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