6.S.2: Physical Science
6.S.2.1: Understand the Structure and Function of Matter and Molecules and Their Interactions
6.S.2.1.3: Compare densities of equal volumes of a solid, a liquid, or a gas.
6.S.2.1.5: Explain the nature of physical change and how it relates to physical properties (the distance between molecules as water changes from ice to liquid water, and to water vapor).
6.S.2.2: Understand Concepts of Motion and Forces
6.S.2.2.1: Describe the effects of different forces (gravity and friction) on the movement, speed, and direction of an object.
6.S.3.3: Understand the Cell is the Basis of Form and Function for All Living Things
6.S.3.3.1: Identify the different structural levels of which an organism is comprised (cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, and organisms).
6.S.3.3.2: Analyze the structural differences between plant and animal cells.
6.S.3.3.3: Describe how traits are passed from parents to offspring.
6.S.4: Earth and Space Systems
6.S.4.1: Understand Scientific Theories of Origin and Subsequent Changes in the Universe and Earth Systems
6.S.4.1.1: Explain the interactions among the solid earth, oceans, atmosphere, and organisms.
6.S.4.1.2: Explain the water cycle and its relationship to weather and climate.
Correlation last revised: 1/20/2017