Sunshine State Standards with Grade Level Expectations
SC.A.1.2: The student understands that all matter has observable, measurable properties.
SC.A.1.2.1: The student determines that the properties of materials (e.g., density and volume) can be compared and measured (e.g., using rulers, balances, and thermometers).
SC.A.22.214.171.124: determines the physical properties of matter using metric measurements that incorporate tools such as rulers, thermometers, balances.
SC.A.1.2.2: The student knows that common materials (e.g., water) can be changed from one state to another by heating and cooling.
SC.A.126.96.36.199: understands that physical changes in the states of matter can be produced by heating and cooling.
SC.B.1.2: The student recognizes that energy may be changed in form with varying efficiency.
SC.B.1.2.2: The student recognizes various forms of energy (e.g., heat, light, and electricity).
SC.B.188.8.131.52: knows different forms of energy (for example, heat, light, sound).
SC.B.1.2.3: The student knows that most things that emit light also emit heat.
SC.B.184.108.40.206: knows that the Sun provides energy for the Earth in the form of heat and light.
SC.B.1.2.6: The student knows ways that heat can move from one object to another.
SC.B.220.127.116.11: knows that when a warmer object comes in contact with a cooler one, the warm object loses heat and the cool one gains it until they are both at the same temperature.
SC.B.2.2: The student understands the interaction of matter and energy.
SC.B.2.2.2: The student recognizes the costs and risks to society and the environment posed by the use of nonrenewable energy.
SC.B.18.104.22.168: classifies resources as renewable or nonrenewable.
SC.C.1.2: The student understands that types of motion may be described, measured, and predicted.
SC.C.1.2.1: The student understands that the motion of an object can be described and measured.
SC.C.22.214.171.124: describes the motion of various objects (for example, forward, circular, wave).
SC.C.2.2: The student understands that the types of force that act on an object and the effect of that force can be described, measured, and predicted.
SC.C.2.2.1: The student recognizes that forces of gravity, magnetism, and electricity operate simple machines.
SC.C.126.96.36.199: knows the six types of simple machines (screw, inclined plane, wedge, pulley, lever, and wheel and axle).
SC.D.1.2: The student recognizes that processes in the lithosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere interact to shape the Earth.
SC.D.1.2.1: The student knows that larger rocks can be broken down into smaller rocks, which in turn can be broken down to combine with organic material to form soil.
SC.D.188.8.131.52: knows that smaller rocks come from the breaking and weathering of bedrock and larger rocks.
SC.D.1.2.3: The student knows that the water cycle is influenced by temperature, pressure, and the topography of the land.
SC.D.184.108.40.206: understands the stages of the water cycle (for example, evaporation, condensation, precipitation).
SC.D.1.2.5: The student knows that some changes in the Earth's surface are due to slow processes and some changes are due to rapid processes.
SC.D.220.127.116.11: knows that land forms change over time (for example, earthquakes, volcanoes).
SC.E.1.2: The student understands the interaction and organization in the Solar System and the universe and how this affects life on Earth.
SC.E.1.2.1: The student knows that the tilt of the Earth on its own axis as it rotates and revolves around the Sun causes changes in season, length of day, and energy available.
SC.E.18.104.22.168: knows that days and nights change in length throughout the year.
SC.E.22.214.171.124: knows the patterns of average temperatures throughout the year.
SC.E.1.2.4: The student knows that the planets differ in size, characteristics, and composition and that they orbit the Sun in our Solar System.
SC.E.126.96.36.199: knows characteristics of Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars.
SC.E.1.2.5: The student understands the arrangement of planets in our Solar System.
SC.E.188.8.131.52: knows the relative positions of all the planets.
SC.F.1.2: The student describes patterns of structure and function in living things.
SC.F.1.2.2: The student knows how all animals depend on plants.
SC.F.184.108.40.206: understands the various ways that animals depend on plants for survival (for example, food, shelter, oxygen).
SC.G.1.2: The student understands the competitive, interdependent, cyclic nature of living things in the environment.
SC.G.1.2.5: The student knows that animals eat plants or other animals to acquire the energy they need for survival.
SC.G.220.127.116.11: understands that energy is transferred to living organisms through the food they eat.
SC.G.18.104.22.168: knows examples of living things that are classified as producers, consumers, carnivores, herbivores, and omnivores.
SC.H.1.2: The student uses the scientific processes and habits of mind to solve problems.
SC.H.1.2.2: The student knows that a successful method to explore the natural world is to observe and record, and then analyze and communicate the results.
SC.H.22.214.171.124: uses various kinds of instruments to collect and analyze information (for example, meter sticks, timing devices, graduated cylinders, force meters, pan balances, calipers, microscopes, cameras, sound recorders, hot plates, magnets, collecting nets).
SC.H.2.2: The student understands that most natural events occur in comprehensible, consistent patterns.
SC.H.2.2.1: The student knows that natural events are often predictable and logical.
SC.H.126.96.36.199: uses charts and graphs to understand patterns of change.
SC.H.3.2: The student understands that science, technology, and society are interwoven and interdependent.
SC.H.3.2.2: The student knows that data are collected and interpreted in order to explain an event or concept.
SC.H.188.8.131.52: understands that scientific information can be presented in several ways (for example, using numbers and mathematics, drawings, words, graphs, tables).
Correlation last revised: 6/25/2014