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Relationships can be identified and used to explain phenomena in the natural world
What can we learn from observing nature?
In your observations what do you notice is happening?
What relationship can you see between different parts in your nature area?
Organisms and habitats make up a system in which the parts depend on each other
What do living things need to survive?
What is a habitat? What types of relationships do you notice in all habitats?
What differences? (unique adaptations for a specific habitat.)
Relationships in animal groups
Many animals live in groups and exhibit certain social behaviors
- Why do some animals live in groups?
- How do animals work together in groups to help survival?
- How do groups differ between species and among species?
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