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Using this Classifying Living and Nonliving Things Worksheet, students sort objects into categories based on if they are living or nonliving.
Using Is it a Living Thing Worksheet, students determine if the object pictured is a living or non-living thing and then circle yes or no.
Using Living and Non-Living Things ABC Order Worksheet, students sort objects into the living and non-living things categories, then they write the words in alphabetical order.
Using this Classifying Living and Nonliving Things Primary Version Worksheet, students cross out the nonliving things and circle the living things.
Using Describing Characteristics Living Things Worksheet, students determine which objects are living things and then give reasons to explain why it is considered a living thing.
Using this Animal and Plant Cells Worksheet, students label the structure of animal and plant cells using clear diagrams.
Using Draw a Living Thing Worksheet, students draw a living thing and then prove that it is living by writing the traits that it shares with living things.
Using Living Non-Living Venn Diagram Worksheet, students use a Venn Diagram to compare living and nonliving things.
This Living and Non-Living Things Alphabetical Order Worksheet will teach your students how sort and then to put ten words in ABC order.
Using Plant Parts We Eat Worksheet, students label different fruits and vegetables as flowers, seeds, stems, roots, bulbs, tubers, fruits, and leaves.
Using this Mammal Taxonomy Worksheet, students will be able to write the taxonomy classification for each example of mammal.
Using this Mammals Worksheet, students will research four types of Mammals to learn more about its environment and other important facts.
Using Living and Non-Living Things Sort Worksheet, students sort objects by cutting and pasting pictures into living and non-living things categories.
Using Circle the Living Things Worksheet, students circle objects that can grow to learn more about living and non-living things.
Using this Living Things and Non Living Things Counting Worksheet, students read the number stories and answer questions about living and non-living things.
Using Winged Bug Body Parts Worksheet, students label the parts of the winged bug to build their understanding of an insect's anatomy.
Using Fish Parts Worksheet, students label the parts of the fish using the word bank to build their understanding of a fish's anatomy.
ing Ant Body Parts Worksheet, students label the parts of the ant to build their understanding of an insect's anatomy.