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CO.1. Physical Science

1.1. Solids and liquids have unique properties that distinguish them. Students can:

1.1.a. Analyze and interpret observations about solids and liquids and their unique properties
1.1.b. Identify the similarities and differences of two or more groups of solids or liquids
1.1.c. Classify solids and liquids based on their properties, and justify your choice based on evidence

CO.2. Life Science

2.2. An organism is a living thing that has physical characteristics to help it survive. Students can:

2.2.b. Analyze and interpret data about the needs of plants and animals

CO.3. Earth Systems Science

3.1. Earth's materials can be compared and classified based on their properties. Students can:

3.1.a. Identify and represent similarities and differences such as the texture, size, color, and shape of various materials on Earth
3.1.c. Make predictions about how a material on Earth might be useful based on its properties
3.1.f. Analyze the impact of reducing, reusing, and recycling various materials