1: Life Science: Diversity of Life

1.3: Microorganisms

1.3.2: describe how microorganisms meet their basic needs, including obtaining food, water, and air, and moving around

Paramecium Homeostasis

1.4: Adaptations and Natural Selection

1.4.5: identify the theory of natural selection as one that has developed based on the gradual accumulation of evidence

Rainfall and Bird Beaks - Metric

2: Physical Science: Electricity

2.2: Investigating Static Electricity

2.2.3: use the terms attraction, repulsion, electrons, positive charge and negative charge in meaningful contexts while exploring static electricity

Charge Launcher

2.3: Circuit Pathways

2.3.1: compare a variety of electrical pathways by constructing simple circuits, and illustrate the electrical circuits with drawings and appropriate symbols

Circuit Builder

2.3.2: test the conductivity of different solids and liquids, and draw conclusions as to which materials tested were insulators or conductors

Circuit Builder

2.3.3: describe the role of switches in electrical circuits, and identify materials that can be used to make a switch

Circuit Builder

2.3.4: compare characteristics of series and parallel circuits

Circuit Builder
Circuits

2.5: Uses for Electricity

2.5.1: demonstrate how electricity in circuits can produce light, heat, sound, motion, and magnetic effects

Circuits

2.5.2: propose electrical circuitry problems to investigate, and plan a set of steps to solve them

Circuit Builder

2.6: Sources of Electricity

2.6.3: identify and explain sources of electricity as renewable or nonrenewable

Energy Conversions

2.7: Electrical Energy Consumption and Conservation

2.7.1: identify and explain different factors that could lead to a decrease in electrical energy consumption in the home

Household Energy Usage

3: Physical Science: Flight

3.1: Drag

3.1.1: rephrase questions about drag in a testable form and then carry out procedures, make and record observations, to test the performance of a flying device

Free-Fall Laboratory

3.1.2: describe and demonstrate methods for altering drag in flying devices

Free-Fall Laboratory

4: Earth and Space Science: Space

4.2: Relative Position and Motion of the Earth, Moon, and Sun

4.2.2: demonstrate how Earthâ??s rotation causes the day and night cycle and how Earthâ??s revolution causes the yearly cycle of seasons

Seasons in 3D
Seasons: Earth, Moon, and Sun
Seasons: Why do we have them?
Summer and Winter

4.2.3: observe and explain how the relative positions of Earth, the moon, and the sun are responsible for the moon phases, eclipses, and tides

2D Eclipse
3D Eclipse
Phases of the Moon
Tides - Metric

4.3: The Solar System

4.3.1: select and use tools in building models of the solar system that show approximate relative size of the planets and sun, and the approximate relative orbits of the planets around the sun

Solar System

4.3.2: describe the physical characteristics of components of the solar system

Solar System

Correlation last revised: 9/24/2019

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