Alignment to Standards for DE


GradeNumberStandard
1 SC-1.311 recognize that in addition to common basic needs, organisms also have specific needs such as type of water, range of temperature, type of food.
1 SC-1.312 recognize that organisms grow, change, and die over time and record and communicate various changes observed in living things through writings, drawings, and discussions.
1 SC-1.314 sort and group plants and animals based on their physical properties or behavioral characteristics.
1 SC-1.316 sort and group solids based on physical properties such as color, shape, ability to roll or stack, hardness, magnetic attraction, or whether they sink or float in water.
2 SC-2.314 observe the life cycle of a selected organism (e.g., plant, butterfly, frog, etc.) and recognize that the phases of the life cycle are predictable and describable.
2 SC-2.316 identify and describe specific features of an organism that help it survive in its environment.
2 SC-2.317 observe parents and offspring from a selected species of organism and identify characteristics that offspring have in common with their parents and characteristics which are different from their parents.
2 SC-2.318 identify evidence of changes in growth and development of an organism such as shedding of skin, increase in body size, increase in excrement, decrease in the amount of food eaten.
2 SC-2.319 observe growth and change in the life cycle of an organism and relate this to change and growth in their (students) own bodies.
4 SC-4.317 structures in living organisms (plants and animals) that enable them to reproduce, grow, and survive in their environment.
4 SC-4.318 develop simple classification systems (properties of germination, territorial behavior) based on similarities and differences in the structures or behavior of living organisms.
K SC-K.301 observe and describe the properties of a variety of living and non-living things using the 5 senses.



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