1: Investigate the ability of living things to adapt to their environment.

1.a: Compare food chains and food webs.

Forest Ecosystem
Prairie Ecosystem

2: Explore the interactions of components in living systems.

2.a: Identify parts and basic functions of various body systems (circulatory, respiratory, digestive, skeletal and nervous systems).

Circulatory System

2.b: Analyze the circulatory system.

Circulatory System

3: Communicate an understanding of the interaction of bodies in the solar system.

3.b: Describe the interaction between the Earth, Sun, Earth's moon, and planets of the solar system.

Phases of the Moon
Solar System

4: Identify and describe the visual and telescopic appearance of planets and moons.

4.a: Locate and identify planets as bright, shining bodies that move in front of the background of constellations.

Solar System

4.c: Describe the physical features of the moon (craters, plains, mountains) and the planets.

Solar System

8: Investigate the changes in the states of matter.

8.a: Observe that matter occupies space and has mass and volume.

Weight and Mass

8.b: Demonstrate transformations of the states of matter.

Phases of Water

9: Examine the different forms of energy.

9.a: Differentiate energy as potential or kinetic energy.

Energy Conversions

9.b: Identify and explore forms of energy such as heat, sound, light, or electricity.

Energy Conversions

10: Develop the process of measurement and the concepts related to units of measurement.

10.c: Identify the attributes of length, weight, capacity/volume, mass, time and temperature using English and metric units of measurement.

Measuring Trees
Weight and Mass

Correlation last revised: 1/20/2017

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