6.P.1.1: Students are able to identify the subatomic particles that make up atoms.
6.P.1.1.a: Electrons, protons, and neutrons
6.P.1.2: Students are able to classify matter based on physical and chemical properties.
6.P.1.2.a: Compare and contrast compounds and elements.
6.P.1.2.b: Use the Periodic Table as a tool to describe elements.
6.P.1.3: Students are able to describe phase changes in matter differentiating between the particle motion in solids, liquids, and gases.
6.P.2.1: Students are able to describe how push/pull forces acting on an object produce motion.
6.P.2.1.b: Newton’s Laws of Motion
6.P.3.1: Students are able to identify types of energy transformations.
6.P.3.1.c: Illustrate sunlight to chemical (photosynthesis).
6.L.1.1: Students are able to illustrate the difference between plant and animal cells.
6.L.1.1.a: Plant cells have chloroplasts and cell walls.
6.L.1.1.b: Identify basic cell organelles and their functions.
3.3.a: Model cycles in ecosystems.
6.E.1.3: Students are able to explain processes involved in the formation of the Earth's structure.
6.E.1.3.a: Interpret topographic and digital imagery or remotely sensed data to identify surface features.
6.E.1.3.b: Explain the formation of different rock types and their characteristics.
6.E.2.1: Students are able to identify the organization and relative scale of the solar system.
6.E.2.1.a: Sun, Moon, Earth, other planets and their moons, meteors, asteroids, and comets
6.E.2.1.c: Explain the association of time measurement with celestial motions.
Correlation last revised: 4/4/2018