Alignment to Standards for OK


GradeNumberStandard
2 SC-2)2:1. Plants and animals have life cycles that include developing into adults, reproducing, and eventually dying. The details of this life cycle are different for different organisms.
2 SC-2)2:2. Generally, offspring resemble their parents.
3 SC-3)2:1. Plants and animals have features (i.e., breathing structures, limbs, skin covering, seed dispersal, roots, stems, and leaves) that help them live in environments such as air, water, or land.
3 SC-3)2:2. Each plant or animal has different structures that serve different functions in growth and survival (i.e., the way it moves, type of food it needs, and where it lives).
4 SC-4)3:2. Living organisms can be classified using various characteristics (e.g., habitats, anatomy, behaviors).
4 SC-4)3:3. Many observable characteristics of an organism, such as the color of flowers or the number of limbs on an animal, are inherited from the parents of the organisms.
5 SC-5)2:1. Organisms depend on each other for food, shelter, and reproduction.
5 SC5)2:2. Arrange simple objects, familiar organisms, and/or observable events in a serial order (e.g., least to greatest, tallest to shortest).
K SC-K)2.2. Observe and describe the changes that plants and animals go through during their life (e.g., seed/plant, egg/chicken).
K SC-K)2.3. Observe and describe how animals move (e.g., walk, crawl, hop, fly).
PK SC-PK)3.2. Demonstrates a beginning awareness of the changes that plants and animals go through during their life (e.g., seed/plant, egg/chicken).
PK SC-PK)3.3. an interest and respect for the plant and animal life around them.



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