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1 G5.1.1 Differentiate between and identify water and land on a map and globe and use the terms ocean and continent.
1 G5.1.2 Describe maps as representations of places.
1 G5.1.3 Recognize the shape of North America on a world map.
1 G5.1.5 Visually display geographic information using simple lists, graphs, and maps.
2 G8.2.3 Identify how people shape the physical environment.
3 G5.3.1 Identify and use cardinal directions on a compass rose to locate places on a map.
3,4,5 SC-E.5.A.3 most of Earthês surface is covered with fresh or salt water. W/L
3,4,5 SC-E.5.C features on the Earths surface are constantly changed by a combination of slow and rapid processes.
3,4,5 SC-E.5.C.2 water, wind, and ice constantly change the Earths land surface by eroding rock and soil in some places and depositing them in other areas. E/S
3,4,5 SC-E.5.C.3 landforms may result from slow processes (e.g. erosion and deposition) and fast processes (e.g. volcanoes, earthquakes, landslides, flood, and human activity). E/S
3,4,5 SC-L.5.A Students understand that some characteristics are inherited and some are not.
3,4,5 SC-L.5.A.1 Students know some physical characteristics and behaviors that are inherited in animals and plants. E/S
3,4,5 SC-L.5.B living things have specialized structures that perform a variety of life functions.
3,4,5 SC-L.5.C Students understand that there is a variety of ecosystems on Earth and organisms interact within their ecosystems.
3,4,5 SC-L.5.C.2 Students know organisms interact with each other and with the non-living parts of their ecosystem. E/S
3,4,5 SC-L.5.C.3 changes to an environment can be beneficial or detrimental to different organisms. E/S
3,4,5 SC-L.5.C.4 Students know all organisms, including humans, can cause changes in their environments. E/S
3,4,5 SC-L.5.C.5 plants and animals have adaptations allowing them to survive in specific ecosystems. E/S
3,4,5 SC-L.5.D Students understand that living things can be classified according to physical characteristics, behaviors, and habitats.
3,4,5 SC-L.5.D.1 Students know animals and plants can be classified according to their observable characteristics. E/S
K G6.K.4 Identify the geographic setting of a picture or story.
K-2 SC-E.2.A.2 water on Earth can be a liquid (rain) or a solid (snow and ice), and can go back and forth from one form to the other. E/S
K-2 SC-E.2.C Earth materials include rocks, soils, and water.
K-2 SC-E.2.C.1 Earth is composed of different kinds of materials (e.g. rocks, soils, and water) E/S
K-2 SC-L.2.B living things have identifiable characteristics.
K-2 SC-L.2.C Students understand that living things live in different places.
K-2 SC-L.2.C.2 a habitat includes food, water, shelter and space. E/S
K-2 SC-L.2.C.3 lving things are found almost everywhere in the world. E/S
K-2 SC-L.2.D Students understand that there are many kinds of living things on Earth.
K-2 SC-L.2.D.1 Students know plants and animals can be sorted by observable characteristics and behaviors. E/S
K-2 SC-P.2.A matter has observable properties.

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