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2 S:ESS1:2:2.1 Recognize that solid rocks, soils, and water in its liquid and solid states can be found on the Earthês surface.
2 S:ESS1:2:2.3 Recognize that Earth materials have a variety of properties, including size, shape, color and texture.
2 S:ESS1:2:5.1 Recognize that some changes are too slow or too fast to be easily observed.
2 S:ESS1:2:6.2 Describe rocks and soils in terms of their physical properties.
2 S:ESS1:2:7.1 Recognize that water can be a liquid or a solid; and explain that it can be made to change from one state to the other, but the amount (mass) of water always remains the same in either state.
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:ESS4:2:3.3 Describe actions that can help the environment, such as recycling and proper disposal of waste materials.
2 S:LS1:2:1.2 plants and animals as living things and describe how they are alike and different.
2 S:LS1:2:2.1 plants and animals have features that help them survive in different environments.
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:LS5:2:1.1 Recognize that new products can be made out of natural materials, such as paper from trees and cloth from various plants and animals.
2 SS:EC:2:5.1 Define the term resources, e.g., trees, books
2 SS:GE:2:3.2 components and distribution of ecosystems, e.g., desert or rain forest.
2 SS:GE:2:4.2 Identify what are natural resources, e.g., water or trees.
2 SS:GE:2:5.1 role of natural resources in daily life, e.g., food, clothing, or shelter.
2 SS:GE:2:5.2 how people use resources, e.g., building homes or the food they eat.
4 S:ESS1:4:2.3 Given information about Earth materials, explain how their characteristics lend themselves to specific uses.
4 S:ESS1:4:2.4 Given certain Earth materials (soils, rocks, or minerals) use physical properties to sort, classify, and/or describe them.
4 S:ESS1:4:5.1 Identify and describe processes that affect the features of the Earthês surface, including weathering, erosion, deposition of sediment.
4 S:ESS1:4:5.2 wind, water, or ice shape and reshape the Earthês surface.
4 S:ESS1:4:6.1 Explain that smaller rocks come from the breaking and weathering of larger rocks and bedrock.
4 S:ESS1:4:7.1 Recognize and describe the Earthês surface as mostly covered by water.
4 S:ESS1:4:7.2 most of Earthês water is salt water, which is found in the oceans, and that fresh water is found in rivers, lakes, underground sources, and glaciers.
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:LS1:4:3.1 plant and animal characteristics that are inherited, such as eye color in humans and the shape of leaves in plants, and those that are affected by their environment, such as grass turning brown due to lack of water.
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:LS3:4:1.1 how environmental changes can cause different effects on different organisms.
4 S:LS3:4:1.3 changes in the environment can cause organisms to respond (survive there and reproduce, move away, die).
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:SPS2:4:4.2 Understand that some changes are so slow or so fast that they are hard to see.
4 SS:GE:4:3.2 Demonstrate how physical processes shape features of Earth's surface, e.g., weather or tectonic forces.
4 SS:GE:4:3.4 distribution of ecosystems: location of certain plants/animals, food chain

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