Non-living Things in the Classroom, School, and Home

 

 

Welcome to class!

In today’s class, we’re on a mission to spot the non-living treasures that surround us – from the place where we learn to the spaces where we play and rest. Get ready to uncover the fascinating objects that shape our world!

Non-living Things in the Classroom, School, and Home

Alright, my curious minds, today’s journey is all about recognizing non-living things – the items that don’t eat, breathe, or grow, but are still an essential part of our surroundings. Just like you organize your toys, let’s organize our knowledge of non-living things. Let’s begin!

Non-Living Things in the Classroom

Non-Living Things in the Classroom

Imagine you’re in your classroom, ready for a day of learning. What non-living things do you see? Maybe there’s a desk, a chalkboard, a pencil, and books. These are all non-living things that help create a learning environment.

Non-Living Things in the School

Non-Living Things in the School

Think about the different parts of your school – the hallways, the playground, and the cafeteria. What non-living things do you notice? Perhaps you see lockers, swings, slides, and even the school building itself. These are all non-living things that contribute to your school experience.

Non-Living Things at Home

Learning About Non-Living Things

Imagine you’re back in your cozy space – your home. Look around – what non-living things do you see? Maybe there’s a table, a lamp, a television, or a door. All these objects are non-living things that make your home comfortable and functional.

Go on a “Non-Living Things Scavenger Hunt” with a grown-up. Explore your classroom, school, and home, and see how many non-living things you can name. Write down or draw pictures of each one you find.

Summary

Today, we embarked on an exciting adventure to identify and name non-living things in various places – the classroom, school, and home. We learned that these objects, although not alive, are essential parts of our everyday lives.

Evaluation and Questions:

Let’s test your knowledge of non-living things: Can you name three non-living things you might find in the classroom? How about three non-living things you might find at home? Your answers are like pieces of a puzzle that help us understand our surroundings better.

Weekend Assignment:

This weekend, explore your surroundings – your school, classroom, and home. Make a list or take pictures of non-living things you come across. Share your findings with us to celebrate the diversity of objects that make up your world!

We have come to the end of this class. I hope you enjoyed the class!

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