Standards with the same topic and subject but for other grades
Provide media for students to collect pictures of plants and animals and do murals separating into different habitats.
Provide fiction and non-fiction books that depict different habitats and the animals that live there.
Sort pictures of plants or animals into categories of habitat requirements (food, water, shelter, space).
Provide hands-on opportunities for students to design an animal using body types and characteristics necessary for survival and predict their habitat.
Explain wetlands as habitats for plants and animals.
Describe what happens to an animal when its habitat is changed.
Describe how changes in the environment (e.g., fire, flood) can affect an ecosystem.
Explain what happens to a living organism when its food supply, access to water, shelter, or space is changed (e.g., it might die, migrate, change behavior, eat something else).
Describe the living and nonliving components of a local ecosystem (e.g., lentic and lotic systems, forest, cornfield, grasslands, city park, playground).
Describe what happens to a living thing when its habitat is changed.