Standards for AR

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1 G.1.1.11 Name and label the cardinal directions on a map: north, south, east, west
1 G.1.1.12g Recognize physical features of maps and globes: coast, islands, lakes, mountains, oceans, rivers
1 G.1.1.9 Recognize that pictorial symbols on a map represent real objects
1 LS.2.1.1 Classify animals according to common characteristics (e.g., movement, body coverings, diet)
1 LS.3.1.2 Compare and contrast complete metamorphosis (butterfly/frog) and incomplete metamorphosis (grasshopper)
2 G.1.2.1 Define relative location
2 G.1.2.10b Understand the purpose of map components: compass rose
2 G.1.2.11 Describe the relative locations of places using cardinal directions
2 G.1.2.9c Distinguish between different types of maps: historical, physical, political
2 LS.4.2.2 Describe characteristics of various habitats
3 G.1.3.11 Explain the purpose of a physical map
3 LS.3.3.3 Differentiate among complete metamorphosis, incomplete metamorphosis, and embryonic development
3 PS.5.3.1 Compare and contrast objects based on two or more properties
4 LS.4.4.1 Recognize environmental adaptations of plants and animals
K G.1.K.5 Identify land on maps and globes
K G.1.K.6 Identify water on maps and globes
K G.1.K.8 Recognize the difference between maps and globes
K G.1.K.9 Recognize that maps and globes represent models of the Earth
K LS.2.K.2 Differentiate between plants and animals
K LS.3.K.2 Illustrate complete metamorphosis (e.g., butterfly, frog)

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