Locate Academic Alignments For - Charlotte's Web

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Academic Alignment Authority: Pennsylvania

Subject Matter / Course: Science

The following academic standards have been aligned to Charlotte's Web

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Pennsylvania
Science
Charlotte's Web
Ages: 9
Recognize other resources available from water (e.g., energy, transportation, minerals, food).
Pennsylvania
Science
Charlotte's Web
Ages: 12
Distinguish how different living things reproduce (e.g., vegetative budding, sexual).
Pennsylvania
Science
Charlotte's Web
Ages: 15
Distinguish different reproductive patterns in living things (e.g., budding, spores, fission).
Pennsylvania
Science
Charlotte's Web
Ages: 17
Identify and explain interactions among organisms (e.g., mutually beneficial, harmful relationships).
Pennsylvania
Science
Charlotte's Web
Ages: 12
Explain how water is necessary for all life.
Pennsylvania
Science
Charlotte's Web
S4.B.1.1.3
Ages: 9
Describe basic needs of plants and animals (e.g., air, water, food).
Pennsylvania
Science
Charlotte's Web
S4.B.1.1.5
Ages: 9
Describe the life cycles of different organisms (e.g., moth, grasshopper, frog, seed-producing plant).
Pennsylvania
Science
Charlotte's Web
S8.B.3.1.3
Ages: 13
Explain relationships among organisms (e.g., producers/consumers, predator/prey) in an ecosystem.
Pennsylvania
Science
Charlotte's Web
S.3.B.1.1.1
Ages: 8
Identify and describe the functions of basic structures of animals and plants (e.g., animals [skeleton, heart, lungs]; plants [roots, stem, leaves]).
Pennsylvania
Science
Charlotte's Web
S.3.B.1.1.3
Ages: 8
Describe the basic needs of plants and animals and their dependence on light, food, air, water, and shelter.
Pennsylvania
Science
Charlotte's Web
S.3.B.1.1.4
Ages: 8
Describe how plants and animals go through life cycles.
Pennsylvania
Science
Charlotte's Web
S.7.B.1.2.3
Ages: 12
Explain why the life cycles of different organisms have varied lengths.
Pennsylvania
Science
Charlotte's Web
S.7.B.3.1.1
Ages: 12
Describe relationships (e.g., predator/prey competition, symbiosis) between organisms in different ecosystems.
Pennsylvania
Science
Charlotte's Web
Ages: 12
Describe symbiotic and predator/ prey relationships.
Pennsylvania
Science
Charlotte's Web
Ages: 8
Describe characteristics of living things that help to identify and classify them.
Pennsylvania
Science
Charlotte's Web
Ages: 8
Describe the basic needs of living things and their dependence on light, food, air, water, and shelter.
Pennsylvania
Science
Charlotte's Web
Ages: 8
Illustrate how plants and animals go through predictable life cycles that include birth, growth, development, reproduction, and death.
Pennsylvania
Science
Charlotte's Web
Ages: 9
Classify plants and animals according to the physical characteristics that they share.
Pennsylvania
Science
Charlotte's Web
Ages: 10
Describe how organisms meet some of their needs in an environment by using behaviors (patterns of activities) in response to information (stimuli) received from the environment.
Pennsylvania
Science
Charlotte's Web
Ages: 11
Describe the similarities and differences of major physical characteristics in plants, animals, fungi, protists, and bacteria.
Pennsylvania
Science
Charlotte's Web
Ages: 11
Describe basic structures that plants and animals have that contribute to their ability to make or find food and reproduce.
Pennsylvania
Science
Charlotte's Web
Ages: 11
Differentiate between instinctive and learned animal behaviors that relate to survival.

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