II.C.1: The student will explore the characteristics and properties of sound and light.
II.C.1.2: The student will know that light tends to maintain its direction of motion until it is absorbed, refracted, or reflected by an object.
III.C.1: The student will understand the characteristics and relationships of objects in the solar system.
III.C.1.1: The student will recognize the difference between rotation and revolution and their connection to day, night, seasons and the year.
III.C.1.2: The student will identify the planets in the solar system and their relative sizes, distances and basic characteristics.
III.C.1.4: The student will know that planets look like stars, but over time they move differently than stars.
IV.B.1: The student will recognize that plants and animals have different structures that serve various functions.
IV.B.1.1: The student will describe the structures that serve different functions in growth, survival and reproduction for plants and animals.
IV.B.1.2: The student will know that plants have different structures from animals that serve the same necessary functions in growth, survival and reproduction.
IV.C.1: The student will understand that an organism's patterns of behavior are related to the nature of its environment.
IV.C.1.1: The student will know that organisms interact with one another in various ways besides providing food.
IV.D.1: The student will understand that many characteristics of an organism are inherited from its parents, but that other characteristics result from an individual's interactions with the environment.
IV.D.1.1: The student will observe and differentiate between characteristics of organisms that are inherited and characteristics that are acquired.
IV.D.1.2: The student will identify similarities and differences between parent and offspring.
Correlation last revised: 1/20/2017