Saskatchewan Foundational and Learning Objective
1.2.1: Contrast conduction, convection, and radiation of heat energy.
2.1.2: Explain the relationship between atoms and elements.
2.2.1: Distinguish between physical properties and chemical properties of substances.
2.2.2: Identify some physical properties of objects.
2.2.4: Measure the mass and the weight of some objects.
2.2.6: Observe and describe some physical changes.
2.2.7: Observe and describe some chemical changes.
3.1.1: Identify the roots, stems, leaves and flowers of plants.
3.2.2: Compare and contrast the processes of photosynthesis and respiration.
3.2.3: Describe the process of pollination and seed production.
3.2.5: Experiment with the variables which influence seed germination.
4.2.1: Describe the water cycle.
4.2.2: Identify water pollutants and their sources.
4.2.3: Recognize the importance of proper waste disposal.
5.1.2: Identify and describe the niches of the populations comprising a community.
5.1.3: Discuss the factors which limit the population of a species.
5.2.1: Identify and describe the animal, plant, fungi, algae, and protist populations in the local community.
6.1.1: Identify the four chambers of the heart and the role of each chamber.
6.1.6: Describe some conditions which impair the efficiency of the circulatory system.
7.1.1: Demonstrate how the three classes of levers work.
7.1.2: Demonstrate how to use pulleys to lift a mass.
7.1.3: Compare force required to lift objects directly and with simple machines.
7.1.4: Identify some common applications of simple machines.
7.2.1: Use a spring scale to measure force.
7.2.2: Define work.
7.2.3: Calculate the work done on an object.
8.1.2: Investigate the formation of waves.
8.1.3: Describe how tides form.
8.2.2: Investigate the effect of pollutants on life in the ocean.
Correlation last revised: 9/24/2019