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Living and Non-Living Things... I'd change this a bit and use realistic pictures cut from magazines (glue onto construction paper or tag board and laminate for extra durability). Laminate the living/nonliving paper too. Use Velcro dots on the paper and the pictures to make a reusable and durable game.

Living vs nonliving HUGE great blog post with lots of helpful info and links for Kindergarten

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

Living and Non-Living Things...but I could use this idea for my topics and allow kids to cut and paste

#Science: Living vs. Non-Living A unit which allows for children's understanding of living vs non-living through observation, experimentation and hands on experience with the class. As children learn through the inquiry process and through social interaction with peers, as they discuss new ideas and connect this to prior knowledge through social constructionist learning.

On this page you will find a powerpoint presentation on living or non living thingswhich would be good to put on the smart board and used for discussion

living or non-living kindy science org. chart

Worksheets to support a mini-unit on living and non-living things. Items included: a cut and paste picture sort, vocabulary worksheets, and an asse...

Sarah's First Grade Snippets: Living and Nonliving

Living and Non-Living Science Unit. I am kind of obsessed w/this Kindergarten... Kindergarten... site-- James just asked if popcorn was alive or dead and I knew just where to go for some books and projects to continue the discussion. (Nathan thinks that once popcorn gets in your tummy it's alive because it's inside you.)