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1 SC/1 LS-B1 Resources are necessary to meet the needs of an individual and populations of individuals. Living things interact with their physical environments as they meet those needs.
1 SS/1 GEO 4 Maps can be used to locate and identify places.
1 SS/1 GEO 5 Places are distinctive because of their physical characteristics (land forms and bodies of water) and human characteristics (structures built by people).
2 SC/2 LS-A Living things cause changes on Earth. (good/bad or fast/slow)
2 SS/2 GEO 5 Maps and their symbols can be interpreted to answer questions about location of places.
2 SS/2 GEO 7 Human activities alter the physical environment, both positively and negatively.
2 SS/2 EC 14 Resources can be used in various ways.
3 SC/3 ES-C Some of Earthês resources are limited. (includes recycling)
4 SC/4 ES-A Earthês surface has specific characteristics and landforms that can be identified.
4 SC/4 ES-A1 About 70 percent of the Earthês surface is covered with water and most of that is the ocean. Only a small portion of the Earthês water is freshwater, which is found in rivers, lakes and ground water.
4 SC/4 ES-A2 Earthês surface can change due to erosion and deposition of soil, rock or sediment. Catastrophic events such as flooding, volcanoes and earthquakes can create landforms.
4 SC/4 ES-B1 Rocks change shape, size and/or form due to water or ice movement, freeze and thaw, wind, plant growth, gases in the air, pollution and catastrophic events such as earthquakes, mass wasting, flooding and volcanic activity. The ice movement (above) refers
4 SC/4 ES-C Water, wind and ice physically remove and carry (erosion) rock, soil and sediment and deposit the material in a new location.
4 SC/4 ES-C The surface of Earth changes due to erosion and deposition.
4 SC/4 ES-C Gravitational force affects movements of water, rock and soil.
4 SC/4 LS-A Changes in an organismês environment are sometimes beneficial to its survival and sometimes harmful.
4 SS/4 GEO 12 People have modified the environment since prehistoric times. There are both positive and negative consequences for modifying the environment in Ohio and the United States.
K SC/K LS-B Living things have physical traits and behaviors, which influence their survival.
K SS/PK GEO 6 Models and maps represent places.
PK SC/PK ESS-C Water can be observed as lakes, ponds, rivers, streams, the ocean, rainfall, hail, sleet or snow.
PK SC/PK ESS-C2 The ocean is the largest body of water on Earth.
PK SC/PK LS-A1 Plants and animals have traits that improve their chances of living in different environments.
PK SC/PK LS-B2 Living things have physical traits and behaviors, which influence their survival.
PK SC/PK LS-B3 Physical traits and behaviors of plants and animals are sometimes the same and sometimes different from the characteristics ascribed to them in stories.

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