Standards for CO

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1 SC/1 2.2 An organism is a living thing that has physical characteristics to help it survive
1 SC/1 2.2b Analyze and interpret data about the needs of plants and animals
1 SS/1 2.1. Geographic tools such as maps and globes to represent places
1 SS/1 2.1.d Distinguish between land and water on a map or globe
2 SC/2 2.1 Organisms depend on their habitatês nonliving parts to satisfy their needs
2 SC/2 2.2 Each plant or animal has different structures or behaviors that serve different functions
2 SS/2 2.1.b Identify and locate various physical features on a map
3 SS/3 2.1. Use various types of geographic tools to develop spatial thinking
3 SS/3 2.1.b Find oceans and continents, major countries, bodies of water, mountains, and urban areas, the state of Colorado, and neighboring states on maps
4 SC/4 2.1 All living things share similar characteristics, but they also have differences that can be described and classified
4 SC/4 2.3 There is interaction and interdependence between and among living and nonliving components of systems
4 SC/4 2.3a how organisms adapt to their habitat
4 SC/4 2.3d flow of nonliving components or resources through an ecosystem
5 SC/5 3.2 Earthês surface changes constantly through a variety of processes and forces (plate tectonics, erosion, deposition, solar influences, climate, and human activity)
PK SC/PK 2.1 Living things have characteristics and basic needs
PK SC/PK 2.2a identify the common needs such as food, air, and water of familiar living things

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