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Science (2015) Grade(s): 1


Obtain information to provide evidence that parents and their offspring engage in patterns of behavior that help the offspring survive (e.g., crying of offspring indicating need for feeding, quacking or barking by parents indicating protection of young).

Unpacked Content

Scientific and Engineering Practices

Obtaining, Evaluating, and Communicating Information

Crosscutting Concepts



Students know:


    Students are able to:
    • Obtain information to provide evidence of the patterns of protective behavior engaged in by animal parents and their offspring,


    Students understand that:
    • Animals have behavior patterns that help the offspring survive.


    • obtain information
    • evidence
    • offspring
    • parents
    • patterns
    • survive
    • engage
    • behavior