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To address NGSS PE K-LS1-1, students can use the information in these books to design a Survival School with four classes that will teach all 16 birds in Feathers the skills they need to survive.

To address NGSS PE students can use the information in these books to design a Survival School with four classes that will teach all 16 birds in Feathers the skills they need to survive.

To address NGSS PE 5-LS2-1, student can look for signs of decomposers in a soil sample from the schoolyard and/or create menus that they think various decomposers (soil bacteria, mold, earthworms) would find irresistible.

To address NGSS PE student can look for signs of decomposers in a soil sample from the schoolyard and/or create menus that they think various decomposers (soil bacteria, mold, earthworms) would find irresistible.

To address NGSS PE 5-LS2-1, students can use information in the two books to create a visual model of the food web in Here in the Wetland.

To address NGSS PE students can use information in the two books to create a visual model of the food web in Here in the Wetland.

To address NGSS PE 2-LS4-1, students can use the information in these books to make a see-saw book that compares two ecosystems.

To address NGSS PE students can use the information in these books to make a see-saw book that compares two ecosystems.

To address NGSS PE 4-ESS3-1, students can  create a see-saw script that explains how our use of fossil fuels affects animals and their environment.

To address NGSS PE students can create a see-saw script that explains how our use of fossil fuels affects animals and their environment.

To address NGSS PE K-LS1-1, students can use the information in these books to make a human Venn diagram that compares what plants and animals need to grow.

To address NGSS PE students can use the information in these books to make a human Venn diagram that compares what plants and animals need to grow.

To address NGSS PE 3-LS1-1, students can create a visual model that shows the stages of a frog or tree's life cycle as well as the activities that occur at each stage.

To address NGSS PE students can create a visual model that shows the stages of a frog or tree's life cycle as well as the activities that occur at each stage.

To address NGSS PE 1-LS1-1, students can use the information in these books to create an animal lunch quilt that shows how a variety of animals find and catch food.

To address NGSS PE students can use the information in these books to create an animal lunch quilt that shows how a variety of animals find and catch food.

To address NGSS PE 5-LS2-1, students can create concept maps to show how the plants and animal in an ecosystem rely on one another.

To address NGSS PE students can create concept maps to show how the plants and animal in an ecosystem rely on one another.

To address NGSS PE 3-LS4-1, students can develop a visual model that shows what the boy’s fossils in FOSSIL tell us life and the environment were like 30 to 50 million years ago in the place he visited.

To address NGSS PE students can develop a visual model that shows what the boy’s fossils in FOSSIL tell us life and the environment were like 30 to 50 million years ago in the place he visited.

To address NGSS PE 5-PS3-1, students can create a picture story that shows how energy from the sun moves through an environment as one animal eats another.

To address NGSS PE students can create a picture story that shows how energy from the sun moves through an environment as one animal eats another.

To address NGSS PE 1-LS1-1, students can use the information in these books to enrich their observations of plant parts and create a poster that identifies  key plant structures.

To address NGSS PE students can use the information in these books to enrich their observations of plant parts and create a poster that identifies key plant structures.

To address NGSS PE 3-LS1-1, students can use the information in these books to create various kinds of butterfly life cycles.

To address NGSS PE students can use the information in these books to create various kinds of butterfly life cycles.

To address NGSS PE K-LS1-1, students can use the information in these books to explore the range of foods that animals eat.

To address NGSS PE students can use the information in these books to explore the range of foods that animals eat.

To address NGSS PE 4-ESS3-1, students can create a poster that shows how the energy needed to run a school is derived from natural resources.

To address NGSS PE students can create a poster that shows how the energy needed to run a school is derived from natural resources.

To address NGSS PE 4-LS1-1, students can use what they've learned to write a letter from Henry's heart to one part of Henry's skeleton.

To address NGSS PE students can use what they've learned to write a letter from Henry's heart to one part of Henry's skeleton.

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