Crystal Palmer

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

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


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

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

    What's Alive? by Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld story read aloud - first grade living and nonliving science

    Learning Styles: Why "One Size Fits All" Doesn't Work | ilslearningcorner.com

    Living vs. Nonliving Sort Worksheet

    This resource could be incorporated into a plant unit in kindergarten or 1st grade. This is a diagram that students create to show the different parts of a plant. Students will create their plant and correctly label each part. I will use this as an activity to assess students to determine if they know the parts of the plants. #etlobest

    Here's an amazing post with a number of good resources for teaching about living and non-living things.

    Living and Non Living Things Worksheets

    Sid The Seed is a cute little story about a seed that lived underground with a spider and caterpillar. It is a good introduction into life cycles especially seeds. repinned by Charlotte's Clips http://pinterest.com/kindkids/

    First Grade Wow: Gummy Worms VS Earth Worms