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What Do Plants and Animals Need? {Aligns with NGSS K-LS1-1}

This packet can be used with the Next Generation Science Standard (NGSS) for Kindergarten: Interdependent Relationships in Ecosystems: Animals, Plants, and their Environment:K-LS1-1: Use observations to describe patterns of what plants and animals (including humans) need to survive.Show your students the 3 page story in this packet and encourage them to observe what each living thing (human, animal, plant) needs.

Teacher Laura: Comparing and Contrasting Plants and Animals

from Living Montessori Now

Montessori Monday - Montessori Plant and Animal Sorting

Montessori resources for teaching preschoolers the differences between plants and animals

Comparing living things: Plants and Animals Venn Diagram greenbeankinderga...

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Plant and Animal Adaptations

Your students will have so much fun with this adaptations unit! There is a wide variety of graphic organizers and fun activities that will get your students excited about science. Inside you'll find: vocabulary posters, activities, graphic organizers, and more! $

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Mystical animal sculptures balancing peace and chaos

Ellen Jewett makes incredible sculpture which may find its origins between mythical children’s books and horror stories. Her animals are elegant and meditative, but appear to be dissipating before our eyes. Jewett is inspired by her rich background including experience in anthropology, medical illustration, and exotic animal care. These passions are seen clearly in her devotion to biology, peacefully dissecting her characters and merging them with their natural environments.

Plants and Animals NEEDS anchor chart Created by

Make a Pop Bottle Ecosystem to show illustrate how the animals, plants, and non-living things in an environment all affect one another. Also includes a lesson on responsibility.

FREE Classifying Organisms (Plants & Animals) Test from Tick! Tock! Teach! on - (4 pages) - The test covers Classifying Plants (flowering and nonflowering groups) and Classifying Animals (vertebrates and invertebrates) topics.