This is a quick and easy introductory packet to add your present Living and Non Living curriculum. Young children can distinguish between many living and non living things. They know, for example, that a person is alive, a zebra is alive, and a bird is alive. They often become confused when deciding whether a tree or grass is alive. In this packet, students answer four questions to help them decide if something is living or non living.
1. Does it move?
2. Does it grow?
3. Does it breathe?
4. Does it eat?
A full color teacher read aloud book, pocket chart headings and sorting cards, and a living and non living sorting sheet is included in this resource. A cute WHAT DOES THE SCARECROW SEE? sorting activity is also included. All photos in the teacher read aloud are realistic.
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