South Carolina Standards
SC.6-3. Structures, Processes, and Responses of Animals: The student will demonstrate an understanding of structures, processes, and responses of animals that allow them to survive and reproduce. (Life Science)
6-3.1. Compare the characteristic structures of invertebrate animals (including sponges, segmented worms, echinoderms, mollusks, and arthropods) and vertebrate animals (fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals).
6-3.2. Summarize the basic functions of the structures of animals that allow them to defend themselves, to move, and to obtain resources.
6-3.5. Illustrate animal behavioral responses (including hibernation, migration, defense, and courtship) to environmental stimuli.
6-3.7. Compare learned to inherited behaviors in animals.