Standards for SC

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Alignment to Standards for SC

1 SC:1-1.1 Compare, classify, and sequence objects by number, shape, texture, size, color, and motion, using English units of measurement where appropriate.
1 SC:1-2.2 Illustrate the major structures of plants (including stems, roots, leaves, flowers, fruits, and seeds).
1 SC:1-2.3 Classify plants according to their characteristics (including what specific type of environment they live in, whether they have edible parts, and what particular kinds of physical traits they have).
1 SC:1-2.5 distinct environments throughout the world support the life of different types of plants.
1 SC:1-2.6 Identify characteristics of plants (including types of stems, roots, leaves, flowers, and seeds) that help them survive in their own distinct environments.
1 SC:1-5.1 Identify the location of an object relative to another object.
1 SS:1-2.2 Compare ways people use land/natural resources across the world: EE
2 SC:2-2.3 distinct environments throughout the world support the life of different types of animals.
2 SC:2-2.4 Summarize the interdependence between animals and plants as sources of food and shelter.
2 SC:2-4.3 matter can be changed in ways such as heating or cooling, cutting or tearing, bending or stretching.
3 SC:3-1.1 Classify objects by two of their properties (attributes).
3 SC:3-2.2 Explain how physical and behavioral adaptations allow organisms to survive (including hibernation, defense, locomotion, movement, food obtainment, and camouflage for animals and seed dispersal, color, and response to light for plants).
3 SC:3-2.3 Recall the characteristics of an organisms habitat that allow the organism to survive there.
3 SC:3-2.4 Explain how changes in the habitats of plants and animals affect their survival.
3 SC:3-5.1 Identify the position of an object relative to a reference point by using position terms such as \above
4 SC:4-2.1 Classify organisms into major groups (including plants or animals, flowering or nonflowering plants, and vertebrates [fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals] or invertebrates) according to their physical characteristics.
4 SC:4-2.2 the characteristics of distinct environments (including swamps, rivers and streams, tropical rain forests, deserts, and the polar regions) influence the variety of organisms in each.
4 SC:4-2.4 Distinguish between the characteristics of an organism that are inherited and those that are acquired over time.
5 SC:5-2.2 composition of an ecosystem, considering both biotic factors (including populations to the level of microorganisms and communities) and abiotic factors.
5 SC:5-2.3 characteristics of different ecosystems (including estuaries/salt marshes, oceans, lakes and ponds, forests, and grasslands).
K SC:K-2.5 Recognize that all organisms go through stages of growth and change called life cycles.

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