Teaches that wind, water, and sunlight are powerful forces that affect both living and nonliving things.
Teaches the most common states of matter.
Teaches that animals live in many different kinds of habitats, and that each habitat provides the food, water, oxygen, and shelter that its inhabitants need.
Shows what plants need to live and grow; tells why people and animals need plants in order to survive.
Shows that the remains of prehistoric plants and animals can help us understand what Earth may once have looked like.