Free Living and Nonliving Cards and Worksheets
This unit will help your kids learn about living and nonliving things. Some of the things that are included in this mini-packet include
- Living and Nonliving Sorting Cards
- The Characteristics of Living Things Notebook Pages – cut and paste activity
- Several different types of living and nonliving worksheets – cut-and-paste page, circle the answer page, bingo marker page, word tracing page and a living non-living identification worksheet
There are four pages of free Living and Nonliving Sorting Cards, plus a sorting mat.
Here is a better look at the Characteristics of Living Things Activity. You can go over the materials and have your kids trace some of the key words or you can print out the three pages and have your kids cut out the pictures and glue them on the appropriate space as you go over the material with them.
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This Living Nonliving Unit is free!
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$19.99 Big Animal BUNDLE – This bundle includes 1) Animal Unit, 2) World Animals Packet, 3) Rainforest Packet, 4) Life Cycles Packet, 5) Winter Packet 6) Cicadas Packet 7) Chameleons Packet More details here or view image.
$5.99 Animal Unit (100+ pages) – This unit covers animal characteristics, Feather, fur or scales?, animal classification (the animal kingdoms, vertebrates and invertebrate groups), insects vs. spiders, animal tracks, animals homes and shelters, nocturnal vs. diurnal animals and more! Quick Preview or More details here or view image 1, image 2, image 3, image 4, image 5, image 6, image 7, image 8, image 9, image 10, image 11
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$4.99 World Animals Unit (60+ pages) Animals of the 7 Continents: Montessori 3-part cards and Activity Pages, best for ages 3-7 or so. Also in the World Animals Unit is the mini-unit on Animals of the African Savanna Quick Preview or view image 1, view image 2, view image 3 (African Animals)
The Animal Unit is more than 100 pages. The World Animal Unit is 70+ pages. More details below!
$4.99 Life Cycles Packet (50 pages) Explore the life cycles of the chicken, sea turtle, frog, mosquito, butterfly, dragonfly, bee, ladybug, mouse Quick Preview or visit the post or view image 1, image 2, image 3, image 4, image 5
$4.99 Winter Unit – Earth’s Axis/Seasons; The Arctic vs. Antarctica; Polar Animals includes a Hibernation Unit (100+ pages) Winter Packet and Hibernation Unit Quick Preview or view the post or view image 1, image 2 Arctic vs Antartica, image 3 polar animals, image 4 seals sea lions penguins, image 5 Hibernation Unit
$2.50 Cicadas Packet This 20-page unit includes cicada worksheets, notebook pages and a lapbook so kids can learn more about this fascinating insect! See more at this post.
$0.00 FREE Living Nonliving Cards and Worksheets (More info here)
You can find out more about our BIG Animal Bundle here! One Mum from the U.K. said, “We got the animal bundle a few weeks back. An AMAZING resource! Perfect for a combined geography project. Especially love how you can adapt these packs to suit your learning style!”
We have a 100+ page packet all about animals! The Animal Unit covers various topics such as body coverings (feathers, fur, scales, skin), the different types of animals (vertebrates, invertebrates), animal characteristics, insects vs. spiders, herbivores/carnivores/omnivores, domesticated vs. wild animals, animal tracks, animal homes and shelters and much more!
- Animal Packet Quick Preview
Here are some of the materials and activities that are included in the Animal Packet:
The five animal groups & animal characteristics:
Be sure to check out our Life Cycles Packet! This new 50+ page Life Cycles Packet helps kids become familiar with the different stages in the life cycles of the chicken, sea turtle, frog, mosquito, butterfly, dragonfly, bee, mouse, and ladybug.
You might be interested in our Big Animal BUNDLE (which include the units above)– 1) Animal Unit, 2) World Animals Packet, 3) Rainforest Packet, 4) Life Cycles Packet, 5) Winter Packet — These links take you directly to the post (where they can be purchased separately). Or, you can visit our store to purchase these individually.
- Animal Packet Quick Preview
- World Animal Packet Quick Preview
- Rainforest Packet Quick Preview
- Life Cycle Packet Quick Preview
- Winter Packet, Polar Animals, and Hibernation Unit Quick Preview
Big Animal BUNDLE
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$28.99 Biology BUNDLE of 5: 1) Biology Unit (Biomes, habitats, food chains/webs, feeding relationships) 2) Scientific Classification & Taxonomy Packet 3) Ocean Unit & Layers of the Ocean/Ocean Zone Activities 4) Cells Unit 5) Botany Unit
See more details at this page: Biology BUNDLE of 5
The Biology Bundle of 5 includes these 5 packets:
1) Biology Unit (Biomes, habitats, food chains/webs, feeding relationships) – (70 pages)
2) Scientific Classification & Taxonomy Packet (60 pages)
3) Ocean Unit & Layers of the Ocean/Ocean Zone Activities (65 pages)
4) Cells Unit (100 pages)
5) Botany Unit (70+ pages)
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Here’s a bit more detail about some of the packets in the Biology BUNDLE:
In this unit, we started off by talking about why we classify things. We learned about the dichotomous key and did a number of activities to understand how they work. We talked about why classification is useful and how we can do that in a way that is organized and logical.
Then we went into more detail about the history of classification. Scientists have been grouping and categorizing different species for most of human history. In the past 300 years or so, scientists have worked on developing a logical, organized system for classifying the species around us.
All living organisms are classified by their characteristics. We keep adding to and adjusting the classification system as new evidence become available through DNA research and molecular studies! We talked about Linnaeus and his contributions to the classification of animals and his system of naming organisms (binomial nomenclature).
We talked about the current system of classification and by the end of the unit, the kids were readily able to identify the types of organisms that have been classified as Bryozoa, Platyhelminthes, Porifora and other phyla in the Animalia Kingdom.
Biology Bundle includes the Biology Unit (Biomes, food chains, etc) plus the Scientific Classification & Taxonomy Unit and the Ocean Unit…
This unit is a study of the hydrosphere — Earth’s oceans, tides, marine life (including bioluminescent critters, and more!)
- Marine Habitats
- Water Form Words (bay, estuary, lagoon, fjord, etc.)
- Features of the Ocean Floor (trench, seamount, guyot, etc.)
- Ocean Navigation (early navigation with astrolabes & the constellations, modern SONAR)
- Ocean Currents (Surface & Deep Sea Currents)
- Ocean Life:
- Special Body Features
- Fish Body Shape and Movement
- Biological Interactions: Mutualism and Commensalism in the Ocean
- Deep Sea Life – Bioluminescence, Anglerfish
We also talked about the ocean zones and different layers of the ocean again (which we covered three or four years ago).
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