Scientists classify (sort) things as living or non-living. Students learn how to sort things by whether they are alive, never alive, or dead. They fill out an alive checklist. To be considered alive, something has to meet all the items on the checklist. > Download PDF

 

Activity 1: No! No! Never-ever!

Never alive means something has never eaten, breathed, defended, nor had a life cycle.

 

Activity 2: Never-ever or Dead-dead?

Neither dead nor never alive things live.

 


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