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### STANDARD K.1.1.2 Scientific inquiry is a set of interrelated processes used to pose questions about the natural world and investigate phenomena.

K
Subject:
Science
Strand:
Nature of Science & Engineering
Substrand:
The Practice of Science

### K.1.1.2 Inquiry

Benchmarks:
K.1.1.2.1 Descriptions of Observations

### STANDARD K.1.1 Understand the relationship between quantities and whole numbers up to 31.

K
Subject:
Math
Strand:
Number & Operation

### K.1.1A Numbers, Representation & Counting

Benchmarks:
K.1.1.1 Number Use
K.1.1.2 Number Representation
K.1.1.3 Count Forward & Backward
K
Subject:
Math
Strand:
Number & Operation

### K.1.1B More/Less, Compare & Order

Benchmarks:
K.1.1.4 One More or One Less
K.1.1.5 Compare & Order Numbers

### STANDARD K.1.2 Use objects and pictures to represent situations involving combining and separating.

K
Subject:
Math
Strand:
Number & Operation

### K.1.2 Operations

Benchmarks:
K.1.2.2 Compose & Decompose

### STANDARD K.1.2.1 Some objects occur in nature; others have been designed and processed by people.

K
Subject:
Science
Strand:
Nature of Science & Engineering
Substrand:
The Practice of Engineering

### K.1.2.1 Practice of Engineering

Benchmarks:
K.1.2.1.1 Comparing Natural & Human Made

K
Subject:
Math
Strand:
Algebra

Benchmarks:
K.2.1.1 Patterns

K
Subject:
Science
Strand:
Physical Science
Substrand:
Matter

### K.2.1.1 Physical Properties

Benchmarks:
K.2.1.1.1 Sorting & Reasoning

### STANDARD K.3.1 Recognize and sort basic two- and three-dimensional shapes; use them to model real-world objects.

K
Subject:
Math
Strand:
Geometry & Measurement

### K.3.1 Shapes

Benchmarks:
K.3.1.1 Shapes
K.3.1.2 Sort by Attributes
K.3.1.3 Spatial Reasoning to Model

### STANDARD K.3.2 Compare and order objects according to location and measurable attributes.

K
Subject:
Math
Strand:
Geometry & Measurement

### K.3.2 Measurement Ideas

Benchmarks:
K.3.2.1 Compare Using Attributes & Location
K.3.2.2 Order Using Measurable Attributes