I.1.b: Identify the sun as the source of energy that evaporates water from the surface of Earth.
I.1.d: Investigate and record temperature data to show the effects of heat energy on changing the states of water.
I.2.a: Locate examples of evaporation and condensation in the water cycle (e.g., water evaporates when heated and clouds or dew forms when vapor is cooled).
I.2.b: Describe the processes of evaporation, condensation, and precipitation as they relate to the water cycle.
I.2.c: Identify locations that hold water as it passes through the water cycle (e.g., oceans, atmosphere, fresh surface water, snow, ice, and ground water).
I.2.d: Construct a model or diagram to show how water continuously moves through the water cycle over time.
I.2.e: Describe how the water cycle relates to the water supply in your community.
III.3.e: Research and investigate ways to provide mineral nutrients for plants to grow without soil (e.g., grow plants in wet towels, grow plants in wet gravel, grow plants in water).
V.1.e: Create models of wetlands, forests, and deserts.
V.2.a: Identify common plants and animals that inhabit Utah's forests, wetlands, and deserts.
V.2.c: Describe some of the interactions between animals and plants of a given environment (e.g., woodpecker eats insects that live on trees of a forest, brine shrimp of the Great Salt Lake eat algae and birds feed on brine shrimp).
Correlation last revised: 4/4/2018