Standards for WV

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1 SC.O.1.2.03 describe changes in life cycle of living organisms.
1 SC.O.1.2.05 depict movement of living things in air, water and on land. (e.g., birds flying, fish swimming, or worms burrowing in soil).
2 SC.O.2.2.01 identify that plants and animals have different structures.
2 SC.O.2.2.02 identify the structures of living things including their systems, and explain their functions (e.g., wings for flying, fins for swimming, or roots for support and obtaining water).
2 SC.O.2.2.03 sequence pictures of events to illustrate the changes in the life cycle of plants and animals. NOTE: SEE FCM OR ONLINE TEACHING ACTIVITIES FOR LIFE CYCLE SEQUENCING STRIPS
2 SS.O.02.04.03 recognize major geographic features on a variety of maps and globes (e.g., rivers, lakes, oceans, islands, continents, mountains).
3 SC.O.3.2.01 identify the structures of living things, including their systems and explain their functions.
3 SC.O.3.2.03 compare physical characteristics and behaviors of living organisms and explain how they are adapted to a specific environment (e.g., beaks and feet in birds, seed dispersal, camouflage, or different types of flowers).
3 SC.O.3.2.04 relationships among organisms and predict the effect of adverse factors.
3 SC.O.3.2.22 identify geographical features using a model or map.
3 SS.O.03.04.02 locate north, south, east, west, borders, lines of longitude and latitude, equator, north and south poles and time zones using a map.
4 SC. compare and sequence changes in cycles in relation to plant and animal life.
4 SS.O.04.04.01 locate North, South and Central American countries and describe their major physical features (e.g., bodies of water, mountains, rivers, grasslands, oases) using geographic terms.
4 SS.S.G.04a interpret and choose maps, globes and other geographic tools to categorize and organize information about personal directions, people, places, and environments (The World in Spatial Terms).
5 SC.O.5.2.01 interconnections of biological, earth and space, and physical science concepts.
5 SC.O.5.2.03 identify the structures of living organisms and explain their function.
5 SC.O.5.2.06 compare and contrast how the different characteristics of plants and animals help them to survive in different niches and environments including adaptations, natural selection, and extinction.
K SC.O.K.2.02 observe and describe the movement, growth and changes in plants and animals.
K-5 SC.S.K-5.2a interrelationships: physics, chemistry, biology and earth and space sciences (effect of natural disasters/seasons on living things, change in environment)
K-5 SS.O.WV.04.09 use a grid system to locate natural and man-made items on a map.
K-5 SS.S.WV.04a interpret and choose maps, globes, and other geographic tools to categorize and organize information about personal directions, people, places, and environments (The World in Spatial Terms).
K-5 SS.S.WV.04f point out geographic perspective and the tools and assess techniques available for geographic study (Uses of Geography).

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