4.3.1: develop an understanding of the characteristics of objects and materials.
4.3.1.A: Classify objects by observable characteristics (e.g., shape, size, and color).
4.3.1.B: Compare and contrast characteristics of common materials using tools (e.g., rulers, scales, thermometers, microscopes, and hand lenses.
4.3.1.C: Demonstrate that materials can change from solid to liquid to gas by heating and from gas to liquid to solid by cooling.
4.3.3: develop an understanding of light, heat, electricity, and magnetism.
4.3.3.C: Demonstrate heat can flow from one object to another by conduction.
4.3.3.D: Use electricity to produce heat, sound, or magnetic effects.
4.3.3.E: Demonstrate electrical circuits require a complete loop through which an electrical current can pass.
4.3.3.F: Describe the physical properties of magnets.
4.4.1: develop an understanding of the characteristics of living things.
4.4.1.A: Describe the differences between plants and animals.
4.4.1.B: Describe the various structures of plants and animals necessary for survival, and reproduction.
4.4.2: develop an understanding of the life cycles of living things.
4.4.2.B: Identify inherited characteristics of living things (e.g., color and number of eyes).
4.4.3: develop an understanding of living things and environments
4.4.3.A: Diagram a food chain.
4.4.3.B: Explain how environmental changes affect behavior and survival of living things.
4.5.2: develop an understanding of objects in the sky.
4.5.2.A: Observe and describe how objects move in patterns (e.g., sun, moon, stars, and clouds).
Correlation last revised: 11/13/2008