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Using this Classifying Nouns, Verbs, or Adjectives Worksheet, students sort objects into three categories based on what part of speech it is.
Using this Animal Classification Worksheet, students sort types of animals into four categories (birds, reptiles, mammals, and fish) to best classify them.
Using this Classifying Living and Nonliving Things Primary Version Worksheet, students cross out the nonliving things and circle the living things.
Using this Mammals, Fish, or Birds Classifying Animals Worksheet, students sort types of animals into three different categories to best classify them.
Using this Mammal Classification Worksheet, students identify examples of mammals by circling pictures in a chart.
Using this Classifying Living and Nonliving Things Worksheet, students sort objects into categories based on if they are living or nonliving.
Using Living and Nonliving Activity, students first sort the pictures on the sorting mat and then play Tic-Tac-Toe!
Using this Reptile Classification Worksheet, students will be able to find examples of reptiles using pictures and a definition.
Using this Insect Classification Worksheet, students identify examples of insects by circling pictures in a chart.
Using this Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner Classifying Food Worksheet, students sort different types of food into three categories based on what time of day you would eat it.
Using Rocks & Minerals Worksheet, students choose one mineral to study and use the graphic organizer to record research.
Using this Mammals Worksheet, students will research four types of Mammals to learn more about its environment and other important facts.
Using this Bird Classification Worksheet, students identify examples of birds by circling pictures in a chart.
Using this Land or Water Activity, students play this sorting game to learn which animals live on land and which live in water.
Using this Hot and Cold Activity, student distinguish between objects and situations that are hot or cold in order to learn about temperature.
Using Categorizing Living and Non-Living Things Worksheet, students use a Frayer Model to describe characteristics and examples of living and nonliving things.
Using Living Non-Living Venn Diagram Worksheet, students use a Venn Diagram to compare living and nonliving things.
Using L.1.5 Common Core Worksheet, students sort animals in categories based on their primary method travel.