Science A Closer Look Grade 1 by Dr Jay K Hackett

By Dr Jay K Hackett

MARYLAND variation, one ebook comprises the existence, earth and actual technology sections. in addition to instructor assets, technology telephone book and index. SKU is 978002287160490000 Amazon software program insisted directory it below the all country quantity in blunders.

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Think, Talk, and Write Critical Thinking Why do bears and bobcats live in forests but not cities? LS-1. Explore that organisms, including people, have basic needs which include air, water, food, living space and shelter. LS-4. Investigate that animals eat plants and/or other animals for food and may also use plants or other animals for shelter and nesting. 23 OHIO CHAPTER 1 Plants Are Living Things Lesson 1 Learning About Living Things. . . . 26 Lesson 2 Parts of Plants . . . 34 Lesson 3 Different Plants .

How are the plants alike? How are they different? crayons Step Explore More Communicate. How could you find out more about the plants you saw? SI-8. Use oral, written and pictorial representation to communicate work. 43 EXPLORE How are plants different? Vocabulary trunk Not all plants look the same. Some plants have colorful flowers. Other plants are only green. Different plants can have different types of leaves. morning glory gerbera daisy lily of the valley 44 EXPLAIN Tall Trees Stems can be thin or thick.

Rock Put the rock in a bin. Water the rock and the plant for a week. plant Observe. What happens? water Infer. How do you know if something is living or nonliving? Explore More Classify. Sort living and nonliving objects. clear bin Step SI-1. Ask “what happens when” questions. SWK-2. Demonstrate good explanations based on evidence from investigations and observations. 27 EXPLORE What are living and nonliving things? Vocabulary living nonliving nutrient Explore the needs of plants with the Junior Rangers.

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