Standards of Learning
3.1.a: asking questions and defining problems
3.1.a.1: ask questions that can be investigated and predict reasonable outcomes
3.1.a.2: ask questions about what would happen if a variable is changed
3.1.b: planning and carrying out investigations
3.1.b.1: with guidance, plan and conduct investigations
3.1.b.2: use appropriate methods and/or tools for collecting data
3.1.b.3: estimate length, mass, volume, and temperature
3.1.b.4: measure length, mass, volume, and temperature in metric and U.S. Customary units using proper tools
3.1.b.5: measure elapsed time
3.1.c: interpreting, analyzing, and evaluating data
3.1.c.1: organize and represent data in pictographs or bar graphs
3.1.c.2: read, interpret, and analyze data represented in pictographs and bar graphs
3.1.c.3: analyze data from tests of an object or tool to determine if it works as intended
3.1.d: constructing and critiquing conclusions and explanations
3.1.d.1: use evidence (measurements, observations, patterns) to construct or support an explanation
3.1.d.3: describe how scientific ideas apply to design solutions
3.1.e: developing and using models
3.1.e.2: develop a model (e.g., diagram or simple physical prototype) to illustrate a proposed object, tool, or process
3.2.a: multiple forces may act on an object;
3.2.c: simple machines increase or change the direction of a force; and
3.2.d: simple and compound machines have many applications.
3.4.a: populations may adapt over time;
3.4.b: adaptations may be behavioral or physical; and
3.5.b: relationships exist among organisms in an ecosystem.
3.6.b: soil provides support and nutrients necessary for plant growth.
3.7.a: there are many reservoirs of water on Earth;
3.7.b: the energy from the sun drives the water cycle; and
3.7.c: the water cycle involves specific processes.
3.8.a: human activity affects the quality of air, water, and habitats;
Correlation last revised: 9/15/2020