I.2.a: Describe the motions of Earth (i.e., the rotation [spinning] of Earth on its axis, the revolution [orbit] of Earth around the sun).
II.1.a: Identify characteristics of living things (i.e., growth, movement, reproduction).
II.1.b: Identify characteristics of nonliving things.
II.2.a: Identify living and nonliving things in a small environment (e.g., terrarium, aquarium, flowerbed) composed of living and nonliving things.
II.2.c: Observe and record the effect of changes (e.g., temperature, amount of water, light) upon the living organisms and nonliving things in a small-scale environment.
II.2.e: Pose a question about the interaction between living and nonliving things in the environment that could be investigated by observation.
IV.1.a: Demonstrate that a force is required to overcome gravity.
IV.1.b: Use measurement to demonstrate that heavier objects require more force than lighter ones to overcome gravity.
V.1.d: Identify and discuss as a class some misconceptions about heat sources (e.g., clothes do not produce heat, ice cubes do not give off cold).
Correlation last revised: 1/20/2017