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1.1. Changes in speed or direction of motion are caused by forces such as pushes and pulls. Students can: 1.1.b. Analyze and interpret observable data about the impact of forces on the motion of objects
2.1. Organisms depend on their habitat's nonliving parts to satisfy their needs. Students can: 2.1.a. Use evidence to develop a scientific explanation about how organisms depend on their habitat.
2.2. Each plant or animal has different structures or behaviors that serve different functions. Students can: 2.2.a. Use evidence to develop an explanation as to why a habitat is or is not suitable for a specific organism
CO.3.Earth Systems Science
3.1. Weather and the changing seasons impact the environment and organisms such as humans, plants, and other animals. Students can: 3.1.a. Use evidence to develop a scientific explanation for how the weather and changing seasons impacts the organisms such as humans, plants, and other animals - and the environment
3.1.b. Analyze and interpret data such as temperatures in different locations (Sun or shade) at different times and seasons as evidence of how organisms and the environment are influenced by the weather and changing seasons
3.1.c. Analyze ways in which severe weather contributes to catastrophic events such as floods and forest fires Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Weather