This FREEBIE is a SAMPLE from my Living and NonLiving Mini-Unit found HERE!If you enjoy and use this freebie, please take the time to leave feedback! It's very much appreciated! :)Sara Rucker, Blossoming in First GradeMaterials are intended for personal use in one classroom only.

This FREEBIE is a SAMPLE from my Living and NonLiving Mini-Unit found HERE!If you enjoy and use this freebie, please take the time to leave feedback! It's very much appreciated! :)Sara Rucker, Blossoming in First GradeMaterials are intended for personal use in one classroom only.

I like this poem because it shows the idea of using different mediums to teach content. It reminds me on the current even raps that we listened to in class. Because of the rhyme scheme, and the fun nature of this tool, that content that the poem demonstrates is likely to be internalized by the students. It can also be added to my repertoire of transitional songs that create learning opportunities even in the down time.

I like this poem because it shows the idea of using different mediums to teach content. It reminds me on the current even raps that we listened to in class. Because of the rhyme scheme, and the fun nature of this tool, that content that the poem demonstrates is likely to be internalized by the students. It can also be added to my repertoire of transitional songs that create learning opportunities even in the down time.

Living and nonliving things was a quick review this year due to covering it on and off throughout first semester. After we reviewed with making anchor charts, kiddos wrote about it in their journals. #LivingThings #EarthDay | by The Bubbly Blonde

Living and nonliving things was a quick review this year due to covering it on and off throughout first semester. After we reviewed with making anchor charts, kiddos wrote about it in their journals. #LivingThings #EarthDay | by The Bubbly Blonde

This FREE living and non-living things packet is a simple but wonderful tool for sorting practice, creative expression, community learning, or a science center! Simply cut out the labels and pictures and allow students to sort the cards. The included poster is a convenient reference guide for students who are not as familiar with the concept of "living" and "nonliving."

This FREE living and non-living things packet is a simple but wonderful tool for sorting practice, creative expression, community learning, or a science center! Simply cut out the labels and pictures and allow students to sort the cards. The included poster is a convenient reference guide for students who are not as familiar with the concept of "living" and "nonliving."

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