Standards for ID

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Alignment to Standards for ID

1 1.SS.2.1.1 Explain what maps and globes represent and how they are used.
1 1.SS.2.1.4 Identify continents and large bodies of water on a globe or a map.
2 2.SS.2.1.3 Show that map symbols such as key, legend, and scale represent a real object or place.
3 3.S.3.1.1 Describe the adaptations of plants and animals to their environment.
3 3.SS.2.1.3 Locate on a map waterways, landforms, cities, states, and national boundaries using standard map symbols.
4 4.S.3.1.1 Analyze and communicate the adaptations of plants and animals to their environment.
4 4.S.3.1.2 Describe the difference between vertebrate and invertebrate animals.
4 4.S.3.1.3 Classify the five groups of vertebrates mammal, reptiles, amphibians, birds, and fish) based on characteristics.
4 4.SS.2.1.2 Show on a map of the world the continents, oceans, landforms, poles, hemispheres, equator, and prime meridia
5 5.S.3.3.2 Explain the concept that traits are passed from parents to offspring.
K K.S.3.1.1 Observe and describe the characteristics of plants and animals.
K K.SS.2.1.2 Distinguish between land masses and water on a globe or map.

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