LS4 Humans are similar to other species in many ways, and yet are unique among Earth's life forms.
S:LS4:2:1.1 Recognize and describe how living things respond when exposed to helpful and harmful situations.
S:LS4:2:1.2 Recognize that humans learn from each other in many different ways, such as listening and speaking, watching and imitating.
S:LS4:2:1.3 Recognize that humans can gather different kinds of information about an object by adjusting their proximity to it.
S:LS4:2:1.4 Recognize that some of the things humans can do, such as playing games, reading, and writing, must be learned.
S:LS4:2:2.1 Recognize that proper nutrition, exercise and rest are all important factors in maintaining good health.
S:LS4:2:2.2 Recognize that humans can spread germs that cause disease.
S:LS4:2.2.3 Identify and describe the basic personal hygiene habits for maintaining good health, such as washing one's hands with soap and water and brushing one's teeth.
S:LS4:2:2.4 Recognize symptoms, such as fever, rashes, coughing and congestion for common illnesses.
3 Human Identity
S:LS4:2:3.1 Recognize similarities and individual differences among people, and that children closely resemble their parents.
S:LS4:2:3.2 Identify the sense organs, including eyes, ears, nose mouth, and skin; and describe how each can warn an individual about danger.
S:LS4:2:3.3 Recognize that two parents, both a father and mother, are required for human reproduction.
S:LS4:2:3.4 Recognize and describe the human life cycle from birth to old age.
S:LS4:2:3.5 Recognize that humans need food, water, air, waste removal and a particular range of temperatures in their environment, just as other animals do.
LS5 The growth of scientific knowledge in Life Science has been advanced through the development of technology and is used (alone or in combination with other sciences) to identify, understand and solve local and global issues.
1 Design Technology
S:LS5:2:1.1 Recognize that new products can be made out of natural materials, such as paper from trees and cloth from various plants and animals.
S:LS5:2:2.1 Recognize that some tools, such as magnifiers, balances and thermometers, have special uses and can help gather information and extend the senses.