3.2.3: Examine interrelationships among plants, animals, and their environment.
3.2.3.a: Explain how plants and animals depend upon each other and the non-living elements of an environment to meet basic needs.
3.3.1: Recognize the basic requirements of all living things.
3.3.1.a: Explain how animals depend on plants to meet their need for energy.
3.4.2: Recognize that offspring tend to resemble their parents.
3.4.2.a: Note similarities and differences between parents and offspring.
3.5.2: Recognize that living things have features that help them to survive in different environments.
3.5.2.a: Specify the features that enable a plant or animal to survive in its environment.
3.7.1: Recognize that different objects appear in the day and nighttime sky.
3.7.1.b: Recognize that planets are major features of the universe
3.7.2: Recognize that there are predictable patterns that occur in the universe.
3.7.2.b: Observe, identify, and order the basic phases of the moon.
3.11.1: Realize the basic concept that forces can move objects (push/pull).
3.11.1.a: Describe the relationship between the amount of force applied to an object and the distance the object moves.
3.11.1.b: Recognize that objects move differently on different surfaces.
3.11.1.c: Recognize that magnets can move objects without touching them.
Correlation last revised: 7/9/2009