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2 S:ESS4:2:3.2 Identify environments that are natural, such as a forest, meadow, or mountains and those that have been built or modified by people, including cities, roads, farms, and houses.
2 S:ESS4:2:4.1 some jobs/careers require knowledge and use of Earth science content and/or skills.
2 S:LS1:2:2.1 plants and animals have features that help them survive in different environments.
2 S:LS1:2:3.2 living things have a life cycle, during which they are born, grow, and die.
2 S:LS2:2:1.1 living things can be found almost anyplace in the world; and that specific types of environments are required to support the many different species of plant and animal life.
2 S:LS2:2:2.1 Identify the resources plants and animals need for growth and energy, and describe how their habitat provides these basic needs.
2 S:LS3:2:3.1 similarities and differences in both behavior and appearance of plants and animals.
2 S:LS3:2:3.2 there are different species of living things in various places around the world.
2 S:LS5:2:4.1 some jobs/careers require knowledge of life science content and/or skills.
2 SS:GE:2:3.2 components and distribution of ecosystems, e.g., desert or rain forest.
4 S:ESS4:4:4.1 Identify some jobs/careers that require knowledge and use of Earth science content and/or skills.
4 S:LS1:4-3.4 Predict, sequence, or compare the life stages of organisms (plants and animals): e.g., put images of life stages of an organism in order, predict the next stage in sequence, and compare two organisms.
4 S:LS1:4:1.1 Recognize and identify the various ways in which living things can be grouped.
4 S:LS1:4:1.2 Sort/classify different living things using similar and different characteristics; and describe why organisms belong to each group or cite evidence about how they are alike or not alike.
4 S:LS1:4:2.1 living organisms have certain structures and systems that perform specific functions, facilitating survival, growth and reproduction.
4 S:LS1:4:2.3 physical structures of an organism (plants or animals) allow it to survive in its habitat/environment
4 S:LS1:4:2.4 Identify the basic needs of plants and animals in order to stay alive (i.e., water, air, food, space).
4 S:LS1:4:3.2 living organisms have life cycles, which include birth, growth and development, reproduction, and death; and explain how these life cycles vary for different organisms.
4 S:LS2:4:1.1 Describe how the nature of an organismês environment, such as the availability of a food source, the quantity and variety of other species present, and the physical characteristics of the environment affect the organismês patterns of behavior.
4 S:LS2:4:3.1 plants and animals interact with one another in various ways besides providing food, such as seed dispersal or pollination.
4 S:LS2:4:3.2 Describe ways plants and animals depend on each other (e.g., shelter, nesting, food).
4 S:LS3:4:3.2 for any particular environment, some kinds of animals and plants survive well, some less well, and some cannot survive at all.
4 S:LS5:4:4.1 Identify some jobs/careers that require knowledge and use of life science content and/or skills.
4 S:PS4:4:4.1 Identify some jobs/careers that require knowledge and use of physical science content and/or skills.
4 SS:GE:4:3.4 distribution of ecosystems: location of certain plants/animals, food chain

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