Classifying the World

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  1. Is It Alive?

    Is It Alive?

    “Does it grow?… Does it eat and drink?… Does it move on its own?” Offer this great resource to children after they’ve been introduced to the differences between non-living and living things. Paperback, 20 pages. Learn More
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  2. Parts of the Mushroom

    Parts of the Mushroom - Cards & Replicard from In-Print For Children

    fter examining real mushrooms, present this set of six illustrated cards with different parts of a gilled mushroom highlighted and named. Children can use photocopied replicards (4¼" x 5½", after cutting) to make booklets. Coated cardstock cards measure 3" x 5". Learn More

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  3. Living 3-Part Photo Cards

    Living 3-Part Photo Cards - Classification Cards from Maitri Learning

    Begin classification work with Living and Non-Living things, two broad categories whose differences are readily perceived. The Living set includes an overview of the characteristics of living things and 3-part photo cards for 12 living things. Learn More
  4. Living / Non-Living Classification

    Living / Non-Living Classification - From In-Print For Children

    Representing the two most general categories, children use these cards for a first classification of the world. Labeled cards show 14 household objects, plants, and animals for children to sort under the headings living or non-living. Learn More
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  5. Plant / Animal Classification

    Plant / Animal Classification - From In-Print For Children

    As the classification activities continue, the child will begin to consider the characteristics that differentiate groups of living things. This set of 14 labeled and illustrated cards represents two broad groups of living things: plants and animals. Learn More
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  6. Vertebrate / Invertebrate Classification Cards

    Vertebrate / Invertebrate Classification Cards - From In-Print For Children

    Proceeding through the animal kingdom, these cards focus the child ’s attention on differentiating animals with or without internal skeletons. Set includes 14 pictured cards (3" x 4") and 2 title cards. Laminated cardstock. Learn More
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  7. Living & Nonliving Book Set

    Living & Nonliving Book Set - 3 titles

    A perfect complement to Montessori classification work, each book in the set of three successfully isolates a single concept with clear, simple text and unambiguous photos. Paperback, 8 pages each. Learn More
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  8. Non-Living 3-Part Photo Cards

    Non-Living 3-Part Photo Cards - Classification Cards from Maitri Learning

    Begin classification work with Non-Living and Living things, two broad categories whose differences are readily perceived. The Non-Living set includes an overview of the characteristics of inorganic items and 3-part photo cards for 12 non-living things. Learn More
  9. Invertebrates 3-Part Photo Cards

    Invertebrates 3-Part Photo Cards - Classification Cards from Maitri Learning

    When children are ready to explore two subcategories of the animal kingdom whose similarities and differences are less obvious, compare Invertebrates and Vertebrates. Learn More
  10. Vertebrates 3-Part Photo Cards

    Vertebrates 3-Part Photo Cards - Classification Cards from Maitri Learning

    When children are ready to explore two subcategories of the animal kingdom whose similarities and differences are less obvious, compare Vertebrates and Invertebrates. Learn More
  11. Plants 3-Part Photo Cards

    Plants 3-Part Photo Cards - Classification Cards from Maitri Learning

    Plants and animals are the two kingdoms of living things most familiar to young children. The Plants set includes an overview of plant characteristics and 3-part photo cards for 12 plants. Learn More
  12. Animals 3-Part Photo Cards

    Animals 3-Part Photo Cards - Classification Cards from Maitri Learning

    Animals and plants are the two kingdoms of living things most familiar to young children. The Animals set includes an overview of animal characteristics and 3-part photo cards for 12 animals. Learn More
  13. Small Pal's Home

    Small Pal's Home - Temporary home for small pets, fish, or insects

    Young naturalists can get a “clear” look at salamanders, worms, lady bugs, caterpillars, or other small friends. Acrylic sides offer optimum viewing. Vented cover. Flip-top feeder. 7¾" x 4" x 5¾" deep. Learn More
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  14. Homes

    Homes - What Living Things Need

    An inviting question-and-answer format and clever ways to show hard-to-grasp concepts help children build on their understanding of living/non-living classification. Great photos, simple text, picture glossary, and index. Paperback, 24 pages. Learn More
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  15. Air

    Air - What Living Things Need

    An inviting question-and-answer format and clever ways to show hard-to-grasp concepts help children build on their understanding of living/non-living classification. Great photos, simple text, picture glossary, and index. Paperback, 24 pages. Learn More
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  16. Living and Nonliving

    Living and Nonliving - My World of Science

    How do living things move? What are senses? Why do living things breathe? This simple science book takes children to the next step of understanding the differences between living and nonliving things. Paperback, 32 pages. Learn More
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