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2 5.3.2.B.2 Compare how different animals obtain food and water.
2 5.3.2.C.3 Communicate ways that humans protect habitats and/or improve conditions for the growth of the plants and animals that live there, or ways that humans might harm habitats.
2 5.3.2.D.1 Record the observable characteristics of plants and animals to determine the similarities and differences between parents and their offspring.
2 5.3.2.E.1 Describe similarities and differences in observable traits between parents and offspring.
2 5.3.2.E.2 Describe how similar structures found in different organisms (e.g., eyes, ears, mouths) have similar functions and enable those organisms to survive in different environments.
4 5.3.4.A.2 structures that have similar functions in various organisms, and explain how those functions may be carried out by structures that have different physical appearances.
4 5.3.4.C.2 Explain the consequences of rapid ecosystem change (e.g., flooding, wind storms, snowfall, volcanic eruptions), and compare them to consequences of gradual ecosystem change (e.g., gradual increase or decrease in daily temperatures, change in yearly rainfa
4 5.3.4.D.1 Compare the physical characteristics of the different stages of the life cycle of an individual organism, and compare the characteristics of life stages among species.
P 5.3.P.A.1 compare the basic physical characteristics of plants, humans, and other animals.
P 5.3.P.B.1 describe how plants and animals obtain food from their environment,

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