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Living Things (Starting with Science) by Adrienne Mason (Life Science: Animals)

A high school biology teacher blogs about his science lessons and has great ideas on how to teach.

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Tectonic Plates Interactive Notebook Activity

These interactive foldables are perfect for plate tectonic terms, descriptions and definitions. Students will create foldables about tectonic plates, boundaries, earthquake activity, volcanic activity, and mountain formation. Foldables can be used independently or as a unit. Ten separate foldables in all.

This is an example of a useful chart that children can reference when determining if something is alive. It lists the characteristics of living things using words and pictures. This presentation format is helpful for students of different learning styles and ELL students because the chart uses two forms of communication. This would be useful to describe the basic needs of living things.

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Science in the Special Education Classroom

Teaching Science in the Special Education Classroom

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QR Scan & Learn~ Living and Non Living

Do you need to integrate technology into your classroom but you don't have the time to put together the activity? Do you want to integrate Social Studies, Math, and ELA?Try this QR Scan & Learn activity all about living and non living things**There is a qr codes to scan and try in the preview.

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Is it Living? Is it Non Living? Mini Pack

This is a quick and easy introductory packet to add your present Living and Non Living curriculum. Young children can distinguish between many living and non living things. They know, for example, that a person is alive, a zebra is alive, and a bird is alive. lesson and info.

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Living and non-living things flip book

living and non-living things