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1 SS-1.4.0.A.2.a Give examples of natural and human resources used in production, such as making butter, making ice cream, and building houses
2 SC-2.2.0.A.1. Describe and compare properties of a variety of Earth materials.
2 SC-2.2.0.A.1.a Classify a collection of rocks based on the properties that distinguish one type from another.
2 SC-2.6.0.A.1. Recognize and explain how Earths natural resources from the natural environment are used to meet human needs.
2 SC-2.6.0.A.1.a Describe natural resources as something from the natural environment that is used to meet ones needs.
2 SC-2.6.0.A.1.b Identify water, air, soil, minerals, animals, and plants as basic natural resources.
2 SC-2.6.0.A.1.c Explain that food, fuels, and fibers are produced from basic natural resources.
2 SC-2.6.0.A.1.d Identify ways that humans use Earths natural resources to meet their needs.
3 SC-3.4.0.A.1. Identify ways to classify objects using supporting evidence from investigations of observable properties.
3 SC-3.4.0.A.1.a Classify objects based on their observable properties.
3 SC-3.4.0.A.1.b Provide reasons for placing the objects into groups.
5 SC-5.2.0.A.3. Explain how rock is formed from combinations of different minerals and that smaller rocks come from the breakage and weathering of bedrock (solid rock underlying soil components) and larger rocks; soil is made partly from weathered rock, partly from plant
5 SC-5.2.0.A.3.a Observe and classify a collection of minerals based on their physical properties: Color, Luster, Hardness, Streak
5 SC-5.2.0.A.3.b Identify and compare the properties of rocks that are composed of a single mineral with those of other rocks made of several minerals using their physical properties.
K SC-K.2.0.A.1. Investigate objects and materials in the environment.
K SC-K.2.0.A.1.a Observe and describe a variety of natural and human-made objects found in familiar environments (school, neighborhood, etc.).
K SC-K.2.0.A.1.b Examine and describe Earth materials: rocks, soil, water
K SC-K.2.0.A.1.c objects and materials, such as trees, rocks, and hills on Earths surface can change.
K SC-K.4.0.A.1. Compare the observable properties of a variety of objects and the materials they are made of using evidence from investigations.
K SC-K.4.0.A.1.b Based on data, describe the observable properties, such as size, shape, color, and texture of a variety of objects.
K SC-K.4.0.A.1.c Identify and compare the properties of materials objects are made of and the properties of the objects.
K SC-K.6.0.B.1. Identify aspects of the environment that are made by humans and those that are not made by humans.
K SC-K.6.0.B.1.a Identify features of the natural environment, such as parks, zoos, buildings, etc. that are made by humans.
K SC-K.6.0.B.1.b Identify features of the natural environment that are not made by humans.
K SS-K-4.0.A.2.c natural resources, such as water, trees, and plants are used to make products
PK SC-PK.4.0.A.1. Use evidence from investigations to describe the observable properties of a variety of objects.
PK SC-PK.4.0.A.1.b Based on data gathered, describe the observable properties of familiar objects (size, shape, color, and texture).
PK-2 SC-PK-2.1.0.C.1.f Describe and compare things in terms of number, shape, texture, size, weight, color, and motion.
PK-4 SS-PK&K.-4.0.A.2. Identify that materials/resources are used to make products

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