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Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
Living things and non living things (with license)
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Living things and non living things (with license)

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  • 1. CLASSIFYING LIVING AND NON-LIVING THINGS For Grades 1 – 3 LearnersDeveloped by Margarita Angela Crisostomo and Ysabel Francine Dela Cruz
  • 2. ObjectivesAfter working on this learning object, you should be able to: 1. Define what living and non-living things are 2. Enumerate some of the characteristics of living and non-living things 3. Classify living and non-living things in the environment
  • 3. What are LIVING THINGS?What are NON-LIVING THINGS? Test Yourself!
  • 4. LIVING THINGS• Living things are things that are alive• They need food, water, and air to stay alive• They have the ability to reproduce or give birth, grow and change on their own, and respond to changes in environment Ba Animals Plants ck
  • 5. Examples of Living ThingsAnimalsAnimals eat food, drink water, and takein and breathe air. Ba Ne ck xt
  • 6. Examples of Living ThingsAnimals give birth to their young ones. Theygrow as they get bigger and have changes intheir physical appearance. They respond tochanges in environment like running away fromthose who attack them. Ba ck
  • 7. Examples of Living ThingsPlantsPlants get their food through photosynthesis,take in water through their roots, and take inair through their leaves. Ba Ne ck xt
  • 8. Examples of Living ThingsPlants reproduce, grow as they get taller andbigger, have changes in their physicalappearance, and respond to changes inenvironment like bending towards the directionof light. Ba ck
  • 9. NON-LIVING THINGS• Non-Living things are things that were once alive or have never been alive.• These things do not need food, water, and air• These things do not have the ability to reproduce or give birth, grow and change on their own, or respond to Ba Ne changes in environment ck xt
  • 10. Examples of Non-Living ThingsMan-made things Ba ck
  • 11. Test Yourself!Classify the following things that can be found inour environment. Click on “LIVING” button if itis a living thing and click on “NON- START! Ba ck
  • 12. Pig LIVING NON-LIVING Back to Start!
  • 13. You are correct!It is a living thing. It needs food, water and air to stay alive. It has the ability to reproduce or give birth, grow and change on their own, and respond to changes in environment. Ne xt
  • 14. Try again! Does it need food, water and air to stayalive? Does it have the ability to reproduce or give birth, grow and change on their own, and respond to changes in environment? Ba ck
  • 15. Butterfly LIVING NON-LIVING Back to Start!
  • 16. You are correct!It is a living thing. It needs food, water and air to stay alive. It has the ability to reproduce or give birth, grow and change on their own, and respond to changes in environment. Ne xt
  • 17. Try again! Does it need food, water and air to stayalive? Does it have the ability to reproduce or give birth, grow and change on their own, and respond to changes in environment? Ba ck
  • 18. Table LIVING NON-LIVING Back to Start!
  • 19. You are correct! It is a non-living thing. It does not needfood, water and air to stay alive. It does not have the ability to reproduce or give birth,grow and change on their own, and respond to changes in environment. Ne xt
  • 20. Try again! Does it need food, water and air to stayalive? Does it have the ability to reproduce or give birth, grow and change on their own, and respond to changes in environment? Ba ck
  • 21. Jeepney LIVING NON-LIVING Back to Start!
  • 22. You are correct! It is a non-living thing. It does not needfood, water and air to stay alive. It does not have the ability to reproduce or give birth,grow and change on their own, and respond to changes in environment. Ne xt
  • 23. Try again! Does it need food, water and air to stayalive? Does it have the ability to reproduce or give birth, grow and change on their own, and respond to changes in environment? Ba ck
  • 24. Sunflower LIVING NON-LIVING Back to Start!
  • 25. You are correct!It is a living thing. It needs food, water and air to stay alive. It has the ability to reproduce or give birth, grow and change on their own, and respond to changes in environment. Ne xt
  • 26. Try again! Does it need food, water and air to stayalive? Does it have the ability to reproduce or give birth, grow and change on their own, and respond to changes in environment? Ba ck
  • 27. Penguin LIVING NON-LIVING Back to Start!
  • 28. You are correct!It is a living thing. It needs food, water and air to stay alive. It has the ability to reproduce or give birth, grow and change on their own, and respond to changes in environment. Ne xt
  • 29. Try again! Does it need food, water and air to stayalive? Does it have the ability to reproduce or give birth, grow and change on their own, and respond to changes in environment? Ba ck
  • 30. Traffic Light LIVING NON-LIVING Back to Start!
  • 31. You are correct! It is a non-living thing. It does not needfood, water and air to stay alive. It does not have the ability to reproduce or give birth,grow and change on their own, and respond to changes in environment. Ne xt
  • 32. Try again! Does it need food, water and air to stayalive? Does it have the ability to reproduce or give birth, grow and change on their own, and respond to changes in environment? Ba ck
  • 33. Ballerina LIVING NON-LIVING Back to Start!
  • 34. You are correct! A ballerina is a living human being. Sheneeds food, water and air to stay alive. She has the ability to reproduce or give birth,grow and change on her own, and respond to changes in environment. Ne xt
  • 35. Try again!Does this person need food, water and air tostay alive? Does this person have the abilityto reproduce or give birth, grow and change on her own, and respond to changes in environment? Ba ck
  • 36. Grass LIVING NON-LIVING Back to Start!
  • 37. You are correct!It is a living thing. It needs food, water and air to stay alive. It has the ability to reproduce or give birth, grow and change on their own, and respond to changes in environment. Ne xt
  • 38. Try again! Does it need food, water and air to stayalive? Does it have the ability to reproduce or give birth, grow and change on their own, and respond to changes in environment? Ba ck
  • 39. Cinema House LIVING NON-LIVING Back to Start!
  • 40. You are correct! It is a non-living thing. It does not needfood, water and air to stay alive. It does not have the ability to reproduce or give birth,grow and change on their own, and respond to changes in environment. Ne xt
  • 41. Try again! Does it need food, water and air to stayalive? Does it have the ability to reproduce or give birth, grow and change on their own, and respond to changes in environment? Ba ck
  • 42. SUMMARY• Living things are alive. They need food, water, and air to live. They reproduce, grow and change, and respond to changes in the environment.• Non-Living things are things that were once alive or have never been alive. These do not need the basic necessities of living things. These do not reproduce, grow and change, or respond to changes in the environment. Ba ck

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