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Alignment to Standards for AL

1 S.Gr 1.2.) Identify basic properties of objects. Examples: size, shape, color, texture
1 S.Gr 1.4.) Describe survival traits of living things, including color, shape, size, texture, and covering.
1 S.Gr 1.4.a) Classify plants/animals by physical traits:animals-six legs on insects, plants-green leaves on evergreen trees,
1 S.Gr 1.4.c) Describing a variety of habitats and natural homes of animals
2 S.Gr 2.1.a) Describing objects according to physical properties, including hardness, color, and flexibility
2 S.Gr 2.5.) Identify the relationship of structure to function in plants, including roots, stems, leaves, and flowers.
3 S.Gr 3.3.) Describe ways energy from the sun is used. Examples: plant growth, light, heat
3 S.Gr 3.7.) Describe the life cycle of plants, including seed, seed germination, growth, and reproduction.
3 S.Gr 3.7.) the role of plants in a food chain
3 S.Gr 3.7.b) Describing how plants occupy space and use light, nutrients, water, and air
3 S.Gr 3.7.c) Classifying plants according to their features. Examples: evergreen or deciduous, flowering or non-flowering
3 S.Gr 3.7.d) Identifying helpful and harmful effects of plants. Examples: helpful-provide food, control erosion; harmful-cause allergic reactions, produce poisons
3 S.Gr 3.7.f) Identifying photosynthesis as the method used by plants to produce food
3 SS Gr 3.2c.) Earth processes, including continental drift, erosion, natural hazards, weather, and climate
3 SS Gr 3.7a.) Locating major natural resources and deposits throughout Alabama, the United States, and the Western Hemisphere
4 S.Gr 4.5.) the interdependence of plants and animals.
4 S.Gr 4.5.a) Describing behaviors and body structures that help animals survive in particular habitats Examples: behaviors-migration, hibernation, mimicry; body structures-quills, fangs, stingers, webbed feet
4 S.Gr 4.5.d) Identifying characteristics of organisms, including growth and development, reproduction, acquisition and use of energy, and response to the environment
K S.Gr K.6.) Compare size, shape, structure, and basic needs of living things.
K S.Gr K.7.) Classify objects using the five senses.
K S.Gr K.7.a) Grouping objects according to color, shape, size, sound, taste, smell, texture, and temperature
K S.Gr K.9.) Identify seasons of the year.
K S.Gr K.9.a) seasonal changes in the weather

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