Alignment to Standards for NE

2,3,4 SS 2-4)4.10a Students will identify and use essential map elements.
2,3,4 SS 2-4)4.11 Students will use maps and globes to acquire information about people, places, and environments.
2,3,4 SS 2-4)4.12d Identify mountains, lakes, and rivers in each region.
5-Mar SC5.3.1 Students will investigate and compare the characteristics of living things.
5-Mar SC5.3.1.b Identify how parts of plants and animals function to meet basic needs (e.g., leg of an insect helps an insect move, root of a plant helps the plant obtain water)
5-Mar SC5.3.3 Students will describe relationships within an ecosystem.
5-Mar SC5.3.3.d Recognize all organisms cause changes, some beneficial and some detrimental, in the environment where they live
5-Mar SC5.4.2.b Identify weathering, erosion, and deposition as processes that build up or break down Earth’s surface
5-Mar SC5.4.4.a slow processes (erosion, weathering, deposition, uplift) and rapid processes (landslides, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, violent storms) change Earth’s surface
K-1 SS K-1)1.1e Recognize that people, places, and things change over time.
K-1 SS K-1)1.3a Students will compare the relative location of people, places, and things.
K-1 SS K-1)1.3c Identify map symbols, e.g., legend references to land, water, roads, and cities.
K-1 SS K-1)1.3e Locate land and water on simple maps, globes, or other models using cardinal directions and map symbols.
K-2 SC2.3.1.b Identify the basic needs of living things (food, water, air, space, shelter)
K-2 SC2.3.1.c Identify external parts of plants and animals
K-2 SC2.3.1.d Observe and match plants and animals to their distinct habitats

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