Name one living thing and one non-living thing.
Work together in pairs: List two characteristics that all living things have in common?
Work together in pairs: What is the difference between a living thing and a non-living thing?
Which of the following is a living thing?
Which of the following is a non-living thing?
Living things are living organisms that eat, breathe, reproduce, and respond to their environment. Non-living things don’t have the abilities of living things; they don’t eat, breathe, reproduce, or respond to their environment. Examples of living things are plants, animals, and humans. Examples of non-living things are rocks, pencils, and chairs.
Living & Non-Living Things
Living things are made up of cells, and some living things are made up of only one cell. Non-living things don't need food, water, air, and other things that living things need to survive. Living things reproduce , while non-living things don't reproduce.
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Which of the following can reproduce?
- A flower
- A river
- An ant
- A mountain
Which of the following is an example of a living thing?
Which of the following cannot move?
What are three differences between a living and a non-living thing?