4.P: Physical Sciences

4.P4U1.1: Develop and use a model to demonstrate how a system transfers energy from one object to another even when the objects are not touching.

Conduction and Convection
Heat Absorption

4.P4U1.2: Develop and use a model that explains how energy is moved from place to place through electric currents.

Circuit Builder

4.P2U1.3: Develop and use a model to demonstrate magnetic forces.

Magnetism

4.P4U3.4: Engage in argument from evidence on the use and impact of renewable and nonrenewable resources to generate electricity.

Energy Conversions

4.E: Earth and Space Sciences

4.E1U1.5: Use models to explain seismic waves and their effect on the Earth.

Earthquakes 1 - Recording Station

4.E1U1.6: Plan and carry out an investigation to explore and explain the interactions between Earth’s major systems and the impact on Earth’s surface materials and processes.

Rock Cycle
Water Cycle

4.E1U1.7: Develop and/or revise a model using various rock types, fossil location, and landforms to show evidence that Earth’s surface has changed over time.

Building Pangaea
Weathering

4.E1U1.8: Collect, analyze, and interpret data to explain weather and climate patterns.

Comparing Climates (Customary)
Observing Weather (Metric)

4.E1U3.9: Construct and support an evidence-based argument about the availability of water and its impact on life.

Water Cycle

Correlation last revised: 9/15/2020

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