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2,3 LS1(3-4) FAF-4a how the physical structure/characteristic of an organism allows it to survive and defend itself (e.g. of a characteristic- the coloring of a fiddler crab allows it to camouflage itself in the sand and grasses of its environment s
2,3 LS1(3-4) FAF-4b analyzing the structures needed for survival of populations of plants and animals in a particular habitat/environment (e.g. populations of desert plants and animals require structures that enable them to obtain/conserve/ retain water).
2,3 LS4 (3-4) FAF--8b comparing and analyzing external features and characteristics of humans and other animals.
2,3 LS4 (3-4) POC-9a Identifying similarities that are inherited from a biological parent.
2,3 LS4 (3-4) POC-9b identifying that some behaviors are learned and some behaviors are instinctive.
K-2 ESS1 (K-2) INQ&SAE-4a observing and recording seasonal and weather changes throughout the school year.
K-2 LS1(K-2) FAF-4a identifying the specific functions of the physical structures of a plant or an animal (e.g. roots for water; webbed feet for swimming).
K-2 LS2(K-2) SAE-6b using information about a simple food web to determine how basic needs (e.g. shelter and water) are met by the habitat/environment.
K-2 LS4 (K-2) FAF--8b observing, identifying, and recording external features of humans and other animals.
K-4 LS1(K-4) FAF-4 the physical structures of an organism (plants or animals) allow it to survive in its habitat/environment (e.g., roots for water; nose to smell fire).
K-4 LS3(K-4) SAE-7 changes in the environment can cause organisms to respond (e.g., survive there and reproduce, move away, die).

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