3.0: Overall Skills and Attitudes

3.0.1: Initiating

3.0.1.b: Make predictions based on observed patterns, collected data, or data provided from other sources.

Pendulum Clock

3.0.3: Planning

3.0.3.b: Identify, with the class, variables that have an impact on an investigation.

Pendulum Clock

3.0.3.f: Develop, in small groups, limited criteria to evaluate an object or device based on its function and aesthetics.

Mineral Identification

3.0.4: Implementing a Plan

3.0.4.c: Test an object or device with respect to pre-determined criteria.

Pendulum Clock
Trebuchet

3.0.5: Observing, Measuring, Recording

3.0.5.b: Use tools to observe, measure, and construct.

Weight and Mass

3.0.5.c: Estimate and measure mass/weight, length, volume, and temperature using standard units.

Weight and Mass

3.0.5.d: Estimate and measure the passage of time using standard units.

Elapsed Time

3.0.8: Reflecting on Science and Technology

3.0.8.a: Recognize that valid experiments normally have reproducible results, which may vary slightly.

Growing Plants

3.1: Growth and Changes in Plants

3.1.02: Observe, compare, and contrast the structure and appearance of several types of plants.

Flower Pollination

3.1.04: Conduct experiments to determine conditions needed for healthy plant growth.

Growing Plants

3.1.05: Recognize that a plant uses the Sun's energy to make its own food.

Energy Conversions

3.1.06: Use the design process to construct an environment that enhances plant growth.

Growing Plants

3.1.07: Identify the basic parts of plants and describe their functions.

Flower Pollination

3.1.12: Identify needs common to plants and animals, and contrast how they meet those needs.

Growing Plants

3.1.13: Describe ways that plants and animals depend on each other.

Plants and Snails

3.3: Forces That Attract or Repel

3.3.03: Describe evidence showing that objects and living things on or near Earth are pulled toward it by a force called gravity.

Free Fall Tower
Gravity Pitch

3.3.04: Predict and test to identify materials that are attracted by magnets and those that can be magnetized.

Magnetism

3.3.05: Investigate to determine how to magnetize a given object.

Magnetism

3.3.06: Investigate to determine the location of poles on a magnet, and the shape of the magnetic field around a magnet.

Magnetism

3.3.07: Demonstrate that opposite poles attract and like poles repel.

Magnetism

3.3.16: Recognize that gravitational, magnetic, and electrostatic forces can move certain objects without touching them directly.

Free Fall Tower

3.3.17: Distinguish between motion that is caused without contact and that which is caused by contact.

Free Fall Tower

3.4: Soils in the Environment

3.4.07: Conduct experiments to determine how different soils affect the growth of plants.

Growing Plants

Correlation last revised: 9/24/2019

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