2.2-3 INQ.D: Simple instruments, such as magnifiers, thermometers, and rulers provide more information than scientists can obtain using only their unaided senses.
2.2-3 INQ.D.1: Use simple instruments (e.g., metric scales or balances, thermometers, and rulers) to observe and make measurements, and record and display data in a table, bar graph, line plot, or pictograph.
3.2-3 APP.A: Simple problems can be solved through a technological design process that includes: defining the problem, gathering information, exploring ideas, making a plan, testing possible solutions to see which is best, and communicating the results.
3.2-3 APP.A.1: Design a solution to a simple problem (e.g., design a tool for removing an object from a jar when your hand doesn?t fit) using a technological design process that includes: defining the problem, gathering information, exploring ideas, making a plan, testing possible solutions to see which is best, and communicating the results.
4.2-3 LS1.A: Plants have life cycles that include sprouting, growing to full size, forming fruits and flowers, shedding seeds (which begins a new cycle), and eventually dying. The details of the life cycle are different for different plants.
4.2-3 LS1.A.1: Describe the life cycle of a common type of plant (e.g., the growth of a fast-growing plant from seed to sprout, to adult, to fruits, flowers, and seeds).
4.2-3 PS1.A: Motion can be described as a change in position over a period of time.
4.2-3 PS1.A.1: Give an example to illustrate motion as a change in position over a period of time (e.g., if a student stands near the door and then moves to his/her seat, the student is "in motion" during that time).
4.2-3 PS2.A: Objects have properties, including size, weight, hardness, color, shape, texture, and magnetism. Unknown substances can sometimes be identified by their properties.
4.2-3 PS2.A.3: Sort objects by their functions, shapes, and the materials they are composed of.
4.2-3 PS3.A: Heat, light, motion, electricity, and sound are all forms of energy.
4.2-3 PS3.A.3: Explain how light, sound, and motions are all energy.
Correlation last revised: 1/20/2017