Core Correlations

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(PLT K-8: 3rd Grade: Science) Standard 2: Students will understand that organisms depend on living and viagra order nonliving things within their environment.

Objective 1: Classify living and nonliving things in an environment.

  • Activity 8: The Forest of S.T. Shrew (indirect)

  • Activity 23: The Fallen log


Objective 2: Describe the interactions between living and nonliving things in a small environment.

  • Activity 24: Nature’s Recyclers

  • Activity 43: Have Seeds Will Travel

  • Activity 48: Field, Forest and Stream (indirect)


Indicator a: Identify living and nonliving things in a small environment (e.g., terrarium, aquarium, flowerbed) composed of living and nonliving things.

  • Activity 22: Trees as Habitats


Indicator b: Predict the effects of changes in the environment (e.g., temperature, light, moisture) on a living organism.

  • Activity 27: Every Tree for Itself

  • Activity 41: How Plants Grow

  • Activity 42: Sunlight and Shades of Green

  • Activity 78: Signs of Fall


Indicator c: Observe and record the effect of changes (e.g., temperature, amount of soldeosa.com water, light) upon the living organisms and nonliving things in a small–scale environment.

  • Activity 23: The Fallen Log

  • Activity 41: How Plants Grow

  • Activity 42: Sunlight and Shades of Green


Indicator e: Pose a question about the interaction between living and nonliving things in the environment that could be investigated by observation.

  • Activity 42: Sunlight and Shades of Green

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