Living vs. Nonliving Science Interactive Notebook

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Living vs. Nonliving Interactive notebook materials.

This product is a part of my Mad About Science Unit 5.

This will be a great addition to your science curriculum and will add excitement to your lesson planning. This product can easily be used in an interactive notebook or without.

In this packet your class will learn the difference between living and nonliving organisms. Your class will understand the characteristics of living organisms, sort objects into two categories Living vs. Nonliving, analyze what living things need in order to survive and complete a science experiment by examining two objects to determine which is living.

You will be getting:
1. A weeks worth of lesson plans
3. A mini vocabulary word wall
4. Vocabulary cards with definitions and mini posters
5. Vocabulary foldables
6. Printables, Task cards, foldables, and activities

This pack includes everything you need. Just print and go!

For more lesson plans check out my Science Interactive Notebook: Unit 1-4

**If you own my Science Interactive Journal: Unit 5, then you already own this product.

If you have any questions feel free to email me or leave a comment on the question tab for this product.

Happy Teaching!
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33
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Teaching Duration
1 Week

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Living vs. Nonliving Science Interactive Notebook
Living vs. Nonliving Science Interactive Notebook
Living vs. Nonliving Science Interactive Notebook
Living vs. Nonliving Science Interactive Notebook