3.1.3.A5: Form and Function
3.1.3.A5.1: Identify the structures in plants that are responsible for food production, support, water transport, reproduction, growth, and protection.
3.1.3.B1.1: Understand that plants and animals closely resemble their parents.
3.1.3.B5: Unifying Themes
3.1.3.B5.1: Identify characteristics that appear in both parents and offspring.
3.2.3.A1: Properties of Matter
3.2.3.A1.1: Differentiate between properties of objects such as size, shape, and weight and properties of materials that make up the objects such as color, texture, and hardness.
3.2.3.A1.2: Differentiate between the three states of matter, classifying a substance as a solid, liquid, or gas.
3.2.3.A3: Matter & Energy
3.2.3.A3.1: Demonstrate how heating and cooling may cause changes in the properties of materials including phase changes.
3.2.3.A4.1: Use basic reactions to demonstrate observable changes in properties of matter (e.g., burning, cooking).
3.2.3.B1: Force & Motion of Particles and Rigid Bodies
3.2.3.B1.1: Explain how movement can be described in many ways.
3.2.3.B2: Energy Storage and Transformations: Conservation Laws
3.2.3.B2.1: Explore energy’s ability to cause motion or create change.
3.2.3.B2.2: Explore how energy can be found in moving objects, light, sound, and heat.
3.2.3.B4: Electrical and Magnetic Energy
3.2.3.B4.1: Identify and classify objects and materials that are conductors or insulators of electricity.
3.2.3.B4.2: Identify and classify objects and materials as magnetic or non-magnetic.
3.3.3.A2: Earth’s Resources/Materials
3.3.3.A2.1: Identify the physical properties of minerals and demonstrate how minerals can be tested for these different physical properties.
3.3.3.B1: Composition and Structure
3.3.3.B1.1: Relate the rotation of the earth and day/night, to the apparent movement of the sun, moon, and stars across the sky.
3.4.3.C1: Design Attributes
3.4.3.C1.1: Recognize design is a creative process and everyone can design solutions to problems.
3.4.3.C3: Research & Development, Invention & Innovation, Experimentation / Problem Solving and Troubleshooting
3.4.3.C3.1: Recognize that all products and systems are subject to failure; many products and systems can be fixed.
Correlation last revised: 1/22/2020