Living and Non-living anchor chart More

Living and Non-living anchor chart. Would probably take out the word reproduce if its a younger grade

A Little Learning For Two: Learning About Trees

Tree Study activity or Earth day tree craft: cardboard TP tube, cardboard branches, cotton balls, twine, watered down green food coloring

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Use observations to describe patterns of what plants and animals (including humans) need to survive. This will be a clear example of what plants vs animals need to survive that also provides the students with visuals.

Most Popular Teaching Resources: Jack and the Beanstalk No Prep Fairy Tale Activiti...

Jack and the Beanstalk No Prep Fairy Tale Activities

Sarah's First Grade Snippets: Living and Nonliving

Sarah's First Grade Snippets: Living and Nonliving

Our first science mini-unit is about living and nonliving things. It's a great way to transition into our next unit about plants (we fo...

Our first science mini-unit is about living and nonliving things. It's a great way to transition into our next unit about plants (we fo...

Sarah's First Grade Snippets: Living and Nonliving

Sarah's First Grade Snippets: Living and Nonliving

Sarah's First Grade Snippets: Living and Nonliving

Sarah's First Grade Snippets: Living and Nonliving

Sarah's First Grade Snippets: Living and Nonliving

Sarah's First Grade Snippets: Living and Nonliving

Sarah's First Grade Snippets: Living and Nonliving

Sarah's First Grade Snippets: Living and Nonliving

Sarah's First Grade Snippets: Living and Nonliving

Sarah's First Grade Snippets: Living and Nonliving

Sarah's First Grade Snippets: Living and Nonliving

Sarah's First Grade Snippets: Living and Nonliving

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