Pre-Kindergarten

Exercise

• Exercise strengthens the body systems of living organisms.
• Some animals/humans exercise while they are meeting their basic needs for food, water, shelter, and protection.

Marine Animals

• Marine animals have life cycles.
• Marine animals live in certain habitats based on their needs.
• Marine animals have ways of protecting themselves.

Insects

• Insects have life cycles.
• Insects live in certain habitats based on their needs.
• Insects have ways of protecting themselves.

Plants

• Plants have life cycles.
• Plants live in certain habitats based on their needs.
• Plants have ways of protecting themselves.

Ponds

• Ponds provide a habitat for a variety of living things.
• Ponds are important for the life cycles of various plants/animals.
• Ponds help some animals get their necessary food, water, and protection.

Pets

• Pets have life cycles.
• Pets have basic needs for food, water, and shelter.
• Pets have ways of protecting themselves.


Healthy Foods

• Healthy foods are essential for supporting life and health to living things.
• We need a balance of healthy foods to meet our nutritional needs.
• Healthy foods help us stay fit and grow.
• Healthy foods give our bodies energy; energy keeps our bodies active.

Farms

• Farms provide a home for a variety of living things.
• Farms are important for the life cycles of various plants/animals.
• Farms have to be taken care of.
• Farms are important for providing basic needs for humans, including food and clothing.

Human Body

• Humans have life cycles.
• Human bodies grow and change over time.
• Humans live in certain habitats based on their needs.
• Humans have ways of protecting themselves.
• Human bodies need healthy food, rest and exercise for energy.

Wild Animals

• Wild animals have life cycles.
• Wild animals live in certain habitats based on their needs.
• Wild animals have ways of protecting themselves.
• Some wild animals are endangered and need to be protected.
• Wild animals live in all different parts of the world.
• Most wild animals take care of themselves.


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