group animals using similar characteristics and explain the grouping (1.5 c).
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identify living organisms and nonliving objects found at home and at school (K.6 a)
classify objects as living or nonliving (K.6 a)
use a simple dichotomous key to classify organisms (4.3 d).
The term living is used to describe anything that is or has ever been alive (e.g., dog, flower, seed, log). The term nonliving is used to describe anything that is not now nor has ever been alive (e.g., rock, mountain, glass) (K.6 a).
compare and contrast the distinguishing characteristics of groups of organisms.