18: Compare and classify objects on properties determined through experimentation (e.g., ability to conduct electricity, tendency to float or sink in water)


19: Select the appropriate metric system and U.S. system tools for measuring length, width, temperature, volume, and mass

 Weight and Mass

22: Investigate and explain conditions under which matter changes physical states: heating, freezing, evaporating, condensing, boiling

 Phases of Water

25: Observe and analyze motion and position of objects over time (e.g., shadows, apparent path of the Sun across the sky)

 Golf Range
 Shoot the Monkey

27: Use the words high/low to compare the pitch of sound and the words loud/soft to compare the volume (amplitude) of sound

 Longitudinal Waves

28: Describe the reflection/absorption properties of various colored objects

 Heat Absorption
 Subtractive Colors

30: Demonstrate and explain the movement of electricity in closed and open circuits

 Circuit Builder

31: Compare and describe the common forms of energy and explain how they are used in everyday life (e.g., light, electricity, heat, mechanical)

 Energy Conversions

32: Give examples of how energy can be used to move or lift objects

 Pulley Lab

33: Identify simple machines and the tasks they make possible

 Inclined Plane - Simple Machine
 Pulley Lab

44: Graph, analyze, and interpret personal and class data

 Graphing Skills
 Seasons Around the World

48: Identify examples of the processes of a water cycle (e.g., evaporation, condensation, precipitation, collection of runoff)

 Water Cycle

53: Identify, in order, the planets of the solar system

 Solar System

54: Describe the patterns of apparent change in the position of the Sun

 Seasons: Earth, Moon, and Sun

55: Explain the results of the rotation and revolution of Earth (e.g., day and night, year)

 Seasons: Earth, Moon, and Sun

56: Compare shadow direction and length at different times of day and year

 Seasons: Earth, Moon, and Sun

57: Describe the interrelationships of living (biotic) and nonliving (abiotic) components within various ecosystems (e.g., terrarium, swamp, backyard)

 Pond Ecosystem

58: Describe how humans have had negative and positive effects on organisms and their environments

 Pond Ecosystem

Correlation last revised: 5/11/2018

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