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BC: Many times it is hard to distinguish between living and non-living things. Flip through this book to get a jump start on learning the difference. | Miss Yurik's Publishing Co. 2010

FC: Living and Non Living Things | A short introduction for Miss Yurik's Kindergarten Class

1: What is a living thing? | A living thing is able to grow and reproduce. It has to be alive or been alive at one point in time. | Can you think of a living thing?

2: What is a Non Living thing?

3: If something is non living, that means it was never alive. It also means that thing object can never grow or reproduce, like a living thing. Things such as toys and shoes are non living things. | Can you name some non-living things?

4: Remember, it does not matter if the thing is no longer living. If it was once alive, then it is considered a living thing.

5: Size does not matter either. | Even something as big as a mountain is a non living thing.

6: Living things have basic needs. | Living things need air to breathe, food to eat, and water to drink

7: Non living things don't have needs. | They are fine just the way they are.

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