1.M.1: Understand structure and properties of matter.
1.M.1.1: Understand structure and properties of matter.
1.M.1.1.1: Compare properties of specific substances.
1.M.1.1.1.a: Describe how to measure characteristic properties including boiling and melting points, solubility, and density.
1.M.1.1.1.c: Use the concept of density to evaluate which objects will float or sink in water.
1.M.2: Understand chemical and physical changes.
1.M.2.1: Describe and analyze chemical and physical changes.
1.M.2.1.1: Compare physical and chemical changes.
1.M.2.1.1.a: Distinguish between examples of chemical changes and physical changes.
1.M.2.1.1.c: Describe events that accompany chemical changes but not physical changes
1.F.1: Understand fundamental forces, their forms, and their effects on motion.
1.F.1.1: Describe fundamental forces and the motions resulting from them.
1.F.1.1.1: Explain interactions between force and matter and relationships among force, mass, and motion.
1.F.1.1.1.a: Recognize and describe the motion of an object based on its mass and the force exerted on it.
1.F.1.1.1.b: Predict the change in direction or speed of an object by changing the forces acting on it.
1.F.1.1.1.c: Explain inertia.
1.F.1.1.2: Recognize that every object exerts gravitational force on every other object.
1.F.1.1.2.a: Describe the effect of gravitational force on objects at the Earths surface.
1.E.1: Understand energy, its transformations, and interactions with matter.
1.E.1.1: Explain and analyze the interaction of energy and matter.
1.E.1.1.1: Compare forms and behaviors of various types of energy.
1.E.1.1.1.a: Distinguish between the forms of energy including heat, chemical, mechanical, and gravitational potential energy.
1.E.1.1.2: Describe and explain various energy transfers and resulting transformations.
1.E.1.1.2.a: Trace the flow of energy transformations in a system.
1.E.1.1.2.b: Explain the principle that energy is conserved, neither created nor destroyed.
2.O.1: Understand the characteristics, structure, and functions of organisms.
2.O.1.1: Describe the characteristics, structure, and functions of organisms.
2.O.1.1.2: Describe and explain the structure and functions of an organism in terms of cells, tissues, and organs.
2.O.1.1.2.a: Identify differences and similarities between plant and animal cells.
2.O.1.1.2.c: Identify photosynthesis as the process by which plants use the energy from light to make sugars out of carbon dioxide and water, and that this food can be used immediately for fuel or materials or it may be stored for later use.
2.O.1.1.2.d: Explain how our understanding of cells and microbes has changed over time.
2.H.1: Understand the transmission of traits in living things.
2.H.1.1: Understand the transmission of traits in living things.
2.H.1.1.1: Describe how the traits of an organism are passed from generation to generation.
2.H.1.1.1.a: Distinguish between asexual and sexual reproduction.
2.H.1.1.1.b: Identify traits inherited through genes and those resulting from interactions with the environment.
2.H.1.1.1.c: Use simple laws of probability to predict patterns of heredity with the use of Punnett Squares.
2.H.1.1.1.d: Explain how our understanding of heredity has changed over time.
2.D.1: Understand the relationships among living things and between living things and their environments.
2.D.1.1: Explain and analyze the interdependence of organisms in their natural environment.
2.D.1.1.1: Identify and describe the factors that influence or change the balance of populations in their environment.
2.D.1.1.1.b: Identify populations of organisms within an ecosystem by the function that they serve.
2.D.1.1.1.c: Differentiate between relationships among organisms including predator-prey, producer-consumer, and parasite-host.
2.D.1.2: Describe and analyze the principles of natural selection and adaptation.
2.D.1.2.1: Describe and explain the theory of natural selection as a mechanism for evolution.
2.D.1.2.1.a: Identify and explain how random variations in species can be preserved through natural selection.
2.D.1.2.1.b: Describe how animal and plant structures adapt to environmental change.
3.D.2: Understand changes occurring within the lithosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere of the Earth.
3.D.2.1: Explain and analyze changes occurring within the lithosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere of the Earth.
3.D.2.1.1: Explain the water cycle and its relationship to weather and climatic patterns.
3.D.2.1.1.a: Explain the water cycle.
3.D.2.1.1.b: Identify factors that cause or affect weather patterns.
3.D.2.1.1.d: Identify the difference between weather and climate.
3.D.2.1.1.e: Explain how geography affects climate.
3.D.2.1.2: Describe the Earths structure and how it changes over time.
3.D.2.1.2.c: Identify factors affecting water flow, soil erosion, and deposition.
3.D.2.1.2.e: Describe the evidence for and the development of the theory of plate tectonics.
3.D.2.1.2.f: Explain the rock cycle in terms of constructive (crustal deformation, volcanic eruption, and sediment deposition) and destructive (weathering and erosion) forces in land formation.
3.D.2.1.2.g: Describe that the total amount of Earth material stays the same as its forms change in the rock cycle.
3.S.1: Understand the Earth's place in the solar system and the universe.
3.S.1.1: Explain relationships among the Earth, sun, moon, and the solar system.
3.S.1.1.1: Explain the relationship of the Earths motion to the day, season, year, phases of the moon, and eclipses.
3.S.1.1.1.a: Explain the relationship between the cycle of seasons and the tilt of the earth on its axis.
Correlation last revised: 1/20/2017