I.1.d: Investigate chemical reactions in which the total weight of the materials before and after reaction is the same (e.g., cream and vinegar before and after mixing, borax and glue mixed to make a new substance).
I.2.a: Identify the physical properties of matter (e.g., hard, soft, solid, liquid, gas).
I.2.b: Compare changes in substances that indicate a physical change has occurred.
I.2.c: Describe the appearance of a substance before and after a physical change.
I.3.a: Identify observable evidence of a chemical reaction (e.g., color change, heat or light given off, heat absorbed, gas given off).
I.3.c: Cite examples of chemical reactions in daily life.
I.3.d: Compare a physical change to a chemical change.
III.1.b: Investigate how magnets will both attract and repel other magnets.
III.2.a: Compare the magnetic fields of various types of magnets (e.g., bar magnet, disk magnet, horseshoe magnet).
IV.1.c: Describe the behavior of objects charged with static electricity in attracting or repelling without touching.
IV.1.e: Investigate how various materials react differently to statically charged objects.
IV.2.a: Draw and label the components of a complete electrical circuit that includes switches and loads (e.g., light bulb, bell, speaker, motor).
IV.2.c: Generalize the properties of materials that carry the flow of electricity using data by testing different materials.
IV.2.d: Investigate materials that prevent the flow of electricity.
IV.2.e: Make a working model of a complete circuit using a power source, switch, bell or light, and a conductor for a pathway.
V.1.b: Identify similar physical traits of a parent organism and its offspring (e.g., trees and saplings, leopards and cubs, chickens and chicks).
V.1.d: Contrast inherited traits with traits and behaviors that are not inherited but may be learned or induced by environmental factors (e.g., cat purring to cat meowing to be let out of the house; the round shape of a willow is inherited, while leaning away from the prevailing wind is induced).
Correlation last revised: 9/24/2019