Crystal Palmer

Mon, 20 Mar 2017 22:54:58 +0000

Sesame Street: Who's Alive? (POE, abiotic v. biotic) For younger students!! FUN!!

    Great intro to Living versus non-living using a snowman. Living things eat, breath, and grow. Recommended by Charlotte's Clips

    In my class, we loved listening to and various versions of familiar stories. The Three Billy Goats Gruff was one of them. Here's how we covered the Three Billy Goats – and how I used my Show and Tell Apron! {{Mrs. Wills Kindergarten: Lesson Plans for Three Billy Goats}}

    anchor chart for part of an insect

    Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Freebies and Pumpkin Estimation Winner

    Sesame street video about seasons

    Perfect video for students K-4 to introduce animal habitats!

    Pete the Cat bulletin board! Preschool 2015

    Living and Nonliving Sort Freebie

    butterfly lifecycle...this would have been great when I did this unit LAST WEEK grrrr...next year!!!

    36 FREE Printable Shape-Book Pattern Templates - with and without lines

    Living/non-living things Dinosaurs were living but now they are extinct. Video to explain living or non-living things

    Students shake the bottle to reveal sight words and then record the words on paper during reading stations.

    Remembering the Months Rhyme

    Science Experiment: Scientific Method Cards

    YouTube video, Life Cycle of a Monarch Butterfly. Narrated from the perspective of the butterfly.

    Johnny Appleseed Activities

    Printable activities for Living and Non Living things

    FREE!!! A simple matching activity to go along with a pet theme. Students match the pet names to the picture outlines and then color the pictures. Great for early finishers!

    Free Ten Frame Posters!

    Animal Needs video

    living & non living

    Narrated video about the needs of living things. Great for stopping and discussing.

    Free Valentine's Day graphing activity that is fun and time consuming. Students color the candy hearts and complete the graph. Great activity for learning color words, numbers up to 10, and graphing.