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Browse our collection of living and non-living worksheets aimed at helping students learn about features that distinguish living things from non-living things. Living things can be distinguished from non-living things based on observable features. For example, living things need food, water and air. Living things move independently, grow, change and reproduce.
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Living or Non-Living Sort (with Guide)
Cut and paste to sort the pictures under the headings ‘living’ and ‘non-living’. A guide is included showing what makes something ‘living’.
Living or Non-Living Sort
Cut and paste to sort the pictures under the headings ‘living’ and ‘non-living’.
Living or Non-Living Checklist (1)
Use the guide to determine whether things are living or non-living.
Living or Non-Living Checklist (2)
Use the guide to determine whether the listed things are living or non-living.
Living Things Activity Booklet
Fold the booklet and then complete the readings and activities about living things.
Living, Once Living, Non-Living Sort
Make a list of things that are ‘living’, ‘non-living’ and ‘once-living’.
Living, Once-Living, Never-Living Sort
Cut and paste to sort the pictures under the headings ‘living’, ‘once-living’ and ‘never-living’.
Living & Non-Living Cloze
A cloze worksheet all about living and non-living things. Fill in the missing words to complete the text.
Picture Search: Living & Non-Living
Study the image and make a list of living and non-living things.
Comparing Lions & Tigers (3)
An upper years reading passage about lions and tigers. Compare using a Venn diagram.
Comparing Kangaroos & Wallabies
Read the text and compare kangaroos and wallabies using a Venn diagram.