Science (2015) Grade(s): KG
Distinguish between living and nonliving things and verify what living things need to survive (e.g., animals needing food, water, and air; plants needing nutrients, water, sunlight, and air).
- All animals need food, water, and air in order to survive.
- Animals obtain their food from plants and other animals.
- Plants need water, light and air to survive.
Students are able to:
- Distinguish between living (including humans) and nonliving things.
- Verify what living things, including plants and animals, need to survive.
Students understand that:
- Patterns in the natural world can be observed and used as evidence when distinguishing between living and nonliving things and determining the needs of living things.
Scientific and Engineering Practices
Analyzing and Interpreting Data