3.1.4.A2: Energy Flow
3.1.4.A2.1: Describe the different resources that plants and animals need to live.
3.1.4.B1.1: Describe features that are observable in both parents and their offspring.
3.2.4.A1: Properties of Matter
3.2.4.A1.1: Identify and classify objects based on their observable and measurable physical properties.
3.2.4.A5: Unifying Themes
3.2.4.A5.1: Use models to demonstrate the physical change as water goes from liquid to ice and from liquid to vapor.
3.2.4.B1: Force & Motion of Particles and Rigid Bodies
3.2.4.B1.1: Explain how an object’s change in motion can be observed and measured.
3.2.4.B2: Energy Storage and Transformations: Conservation Laws
3.2.4.B2.1: Identify types of energy and their ability to be stored and changed from one form to another.
3.2.4.B4: Electrical and Magnetic Energy
3.2.4.B4.1: Apply knowledge of basic electrical circuits to the design and construction of simple direct current circuits.
3.2.4.B4.2: Compare and contrast series and parallel circuits.
3.2.4.B4.3: Demonstrate that magnets have poles that repel and attract each other.
3.2.4.B5: Nature of Waves (Sound and Light Energy)
3.2.4.B5.2: Demonstrate how light can be reflected, refracted, or absorbed by an object.
3.2.4.B6: Unifying Themes
3.2.4.B6.1: Give examples of how energy can be transformed from one form to another.
3.3.4.A2: Earth’s Resources/Materials
3.3.4.A2.1: Identify basic properties and uses of Earth’s materials including rocks, soils, water, and gases of the atmosphere.
3.3.4.A4.2: Describe phase changes in the forms of water on Earth.
3.3.4.B1: Composition and Structure
3.3.4.B1.1: Identify planets in our solar system and their basic characteristics.
3.3.4.B1.2: Describe the earth’s place in the solar system that includes the sun (a star), planets, and many moons.
3.3.4.B2: Unifying Themes
3.3.4.B2.2: Identify major lunar phases.
3.3.4.B2.3: Explain time (days, seasons) using solar system motions.
Correlation last revised: 5/20/2019