4.P.1: Describe structures and properties of, and changes in, matter.
4.P.1.2: Students are able to explain how some physical properties remain the same as the mass is changed.
4.P.1.2.a: Define mass.
4.P.1.3: Students are able to differentiate between the states of matter caused by changes in temperature using water.
4.P.1.3.a: Define states of matter.
4.P.2: Analyze forces, their forms, and their effects on motions.
4.P.2.1: Students are able to demonstrate how forces act over a distance.
4.P.2.1.a: Define force.
4.P.3: Analyze interactions of energy and matter.
4.P.3.1: Students are able to identify materials as being conductors or insulators of electricity.
4.P.3.1.a: Define a conductor and an insulator.
4.P.3.2: Students are able to construct and define a simple circuit.
4.P.3.2.a: Give examples of simple circuits.
4.P.3.2.b: Define parallel and series circuits.
4.P.3.3: Students are able to use magnets, electromagnets, magnetic fields, and compasses to explore magnetic energy.
4.P.3.3.a: Define magnets and their properties.
4.P.3.3.c: Demonstrate polarity using magnets and dry cells.
4.L.3: Analyze how organisms are linked to one another and the environment.
4.L.3.1: Students are able to describe the flow of energy through food chains and webs.
4.L.3.1.a: Understand food chains.
4.E.1: Analyze the various structures and processes of the Earth system.
4.E.1.1: Students are able to describe the basic stages of the water cycle.
4.E.1.1.a: Define evaporation, condensation, and precipitation.
4.E.2: Analyze essential principles and ideas about the composition and structure of the universe.
4.E.2.1: Students are able to describe the motions of Earth, Sun, and Moon.
4.E.2.1.a: Revolution and rotation
4.E.2.1.c: Describe relative size and position of moons, planets, and stars.
4.E.2.1.d: Identify the characteristics of the planets.
Correlation last revised: 4/4/2018