- NGSS: 3, 4
- España: 1º, 2º Prim.
- Perú: 3º, 4º Prim.
- Colombia: 1º, 2º, 3º, 4º, 5º Prim.
- México: 4º Prim.
Available for USA (NGSS), Spain, Peru, Colombia and Mexico.
Characteristics and classification of living creatures
What does it mean to be living? Millions of different species, from bacteria, to elephants, to humans, are living organisms that are born, develop, and die. In this learning unit, students will learn how to classify the world of living things, discover the vital functions all living things have in common, and learn about the internal structure of animals and plants.
The suggested activities work students´ cognitive, tactile and creative skills and abilities. The activities are based in reasoning and experimentation, which will directly help the student acquire new knowledge.
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This unit works with the following...
- Learning about the the vital functions and characteristics that are common to all living things
- Understanding the classification of living things
- Relationship between the internal structures of living things, including organs and organ systems, as well as their main functions
Skills and Competencies:
- Development of learning, how to learn competently and information processing
- Stimulation of creativity and verbal-linguistic intelligence
Observe the behavior of an animal in your environment
What is alive and what is not alive around you?
Assign a category to each type of life
Interactive notebook on Living Beings
Test your knowledge
Living beings from A to Z
Learn about the differences between living and non living beings
Learn about the common features of all living things