Recognize that plants need space, water, nutrients and air, and that they fulfill these needs in different ways.
Interdependence Among Living Systems
Natural systems have many components that interact to maintain the system.
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Recognize that animals need space, water, food, shelter and air.
Explain what would happen to a system such as a wetland, prairie or garden if one of its parts were changed.
Observe a natural system or its model, and identify living and nonliving components in that system.
Describe a natural system in Minnesota, such as a wetland, prairie or garden, in terms of the relationships among its living and nonliving parts, as well as inputs and outputs.
Describe ways in which an animal's habitat provides for its basic needs.