Saskatchewan Foundational and Learning Objective
1.2.1: Examine the skin on the hands and arms.
1.2.2: Describe the skin on the hands and arms.
2.1.1: Identify common forms of energy.
2.1.2: Distinguish between kinetic energy and potential energy.
2.1.4: Investigate the phenomenon of friction.
2.2.1: Give examples of conversions of energy from one form to another.
2.2.3: Explore the production and use of common forms of energy.
5.1.2: Explain some ways that conversions between electricity and other forms of energy can be accomplished.
5.2.1: Distinguish between conductors and insulators.
5.2.2: Show how an object can acquire a static charge.
5.2.3: Explain that like charges repel and unlike charges attract.
5.2.4: Recognize some necessary components in an electric circuit.
5.2.5: Demonstrate an ability to connect a simple electric circuit.
6.1.1: Identify ways that other forms of energy can be converted into light.
6.1.2: Investigate how light can be converted into heat.
6.2.2: Observe how shadows are formed.
6.2.7: Infer what happens when sunlight passes through a colour filter.
6.2.8: Observe what happens when two different colours of light combine.
6.2.9: Predict what will happen when coloured objects are viewed using different colours of light.
8.1.2: Identify the main parts of a flower.
Correlation last revised: 9/16/2020