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Living, Non-living, Never Lived?

We can group every-day things in the world around as LIVING, NON-LIVING or NEVER LIVED.

'Living, Non-living, Never Lived?' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Living Things and Their Habitats

Curriculum subtopic:   Things Living, Dead or Never Alive

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

Think about the objects you use every day.

 

metal spoon A glass Woollen socks
A metal spoon A glass Woollen socks

 

We know that all of these things belong to the NON-LIVING group - that's the easy part!

The metal spoon and the glass are made of materials which have NEVER LIVED.

The socks are made from a material which was once part of a living animal. Wool grows on sheep and we can use wool to make lots of useful objects. 

 

 

We use wool because it is soft and warm.

 

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