If it's Not Living, Does it Mean it's Dead?

Unit 2: Walking alive...or not???
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Objective: SWBAT to determine the difference between objects that were once living and those that are inanimate by using a set of criteria to classify them.

Big Idea: The lines between what is living, non-living, and never living are very blurred for young children. For them, their toys can be alive or their car because it moves. This lesson clears the lines between living and non-living.

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