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Using Categorizing Living and Non-Living Things Worksheet, students use a Frayer Model to describe characteristics and examples of living and nonliving things.
Determining what is living and nonliving is the beginning foundation of science curriculum. Using this worksheet, students will gain a better understanding of what makes something living.
Students use a Frayer Model to define, describe characteristics, examples, and non-examples of living things. Then, students repeat the process with non-living things.
If you are using this worksheet, your students are probably learning about living and non-living things.
Use this Living and Non-Living Activity as an additional resource for your students.
Introduce this worksheet by havinga discussion about what makes an object living or non-living. Next, students share examples of objects that are living and non-living. Then, students complete worksheet independently or with a partner. Finally, students to come up with more living and non-living things that they could add to a list.
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