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STC Program: Organisms, 3rd Edition

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Grades K-2. Using the natural curiosity that young children have about plants and animals, Organisms asks students to develop observational skills by caring for and looking at organisms. Students create and maintain an aquarium and a terrarium; making first-hand observations of plants and animals allows students to develop an understanding and sensitivity for living things.

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Grades K–2. Using the natural curiosity that young children have about plants and animals, Organisms asks students to develop observational skills by caring for and looking at organisms. Students create and maintain an aquarium and a terrarium; making first-hand observations of plants and animals allows students to develop an understanding and sensitivity for living things. The woodland habitat that students build contains pine seedlings, moss, pill bugs, and bessbugs or millipedes. The freshwater habitat they create consists of Elodea and Cabomba plants, pond snails, and guppies.

Students are able to observe how the animals and plants coexist and determine the basic needs of every living thing as well as needs that are unique to each organism. In a final lesson, students apply what they have learned about organisms to humans, exploring how human beings are similar to and different from other living things.

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