S3-4:9: Students demonstrate their understanding of the Properties of Matter by

S3-4:9.a: All matter has weight that can be measured.

 Weight and Mass

S3-4:12: Students demonstrate their understanding of the States of Matter by

S3-4:12.a: Solids, liquids and gases are states of matter that can be observed, described, and measured.

 Phases of Water

S3-4:21: Students demonstrate their understanding of Force by

S3-4:21.a: Changes in position or direction of motion are caused by forces.

 Force and Fan Carts

S3-4:21.b: The greater the force, the greater the change.

 Force and Fan Carts

S3-4:24: Students demonstrate their understanding of Electrical Energy by

S3-4:24.1: Building circuits, drawing diagrams of these electric circuits, and predicting whether electricity flows or will not flow through the circuit.

 Circuit Builder

S3-4:24.d: Certain materials are conductors of electricity. Non-conductors of electricity are called insulators.

 Circuit Builder

S3-4:25: Students demonstrate their understanding of Magnetism by

S3-4:25.1: Describing what happens when like and opposite poles of magnets are placed near each other.

 Magnetism

S3-4:25.a: Magnets have opposite charged poles.

 Magnetism

S3-4:25.b: When the same poles of magnets are placed near each other, they repel.

 Magnetism

S3-4:25.c: When the opposite poles of magnets are placed near each other, they attract.

 Magnetism

S3-4:28: Students demonstrate their understanding of Light Energy by

S3-4:28.2: Explaining what occurs when light rays are blocked (e.g., shadows).

 Penumbra Effect

S3-4:28.b: Light can be reflected or absorbed.

 Color Absorption
 Heat Absorption

S3-4:30: Students demonstrate their understanding of Structure and Function-Survival Requirements by

S3-4:30.a: Organisms have physical characteristics that help them to survive in their environment. These structures enable an organism to:

S3-4:30.a.3: Reproduce,

 Flower Pollination

S3-4:31: Students demonstrate their understanding of Reproduction by

S3-4:31.1: Investigating and describing a variety of plant and animal life cycles.

 Germination

S3-4:35: Students demonstrate their understanding of Food Webs in an Ecosystem by

S3-4:35.1: Recognizing that, in a simple food chain, all animals? food begins with plants.

 Prairie Ecosystem

S3-4:39: Students demonstrate their understanding of Evolution/Natural Selection by

S3-4:39.a: Organisms of the same kind differ in their individual characteristics/traits (e.g., Even though all dogs are of the same species, they can have very different traits).

 Inheritance

S3-4:40: Students demonstrate their understanding of Human Heredity by

S3-4:40.1: Describing similarities that are inherited from a biological parent.

 Inheritance

S3-4:40.a: Some similarities between children and parents such as eye color, are inherited.

 Inheritance

S3-4:44: Students demonstrate their understanding of Characteristics of the Solar System by

S3-4:44.1: Creating a model of the planets and their correct order from the sun.

 Solar System

S3-4:44.b: Like all planets and stars, the earth is approximately spherical in shape. The rotation of the earth on its axis every 24 hours produces the night and day cycle.

 Seasons: Earth, Moon, and Sun
 Summer and Winter

S3-4:48: Students demonstrate their understanding of Processes and Change over Time within Earth Systems by

S3-4:48.2: Describing water as it changes into vapor in the air and reappears as a liquid when it is cooled.

 Phases of Water

S3-4:48.3: Explaining how this cycle of water relates to weather and the formation of clouds.

 Water Cycle

S3-4:49: Students demonstrate their understanding of Processes and Change within Natural Resources by

S3-4:49.1: Observing and describing properties of living and nonliving resources.

 Pond Ecosystem

S3-4:49.b: Earth materials have chemical and physical properties that make them useful as building materials, for growing plants, or for fuel.

 Mineral Identification

Correlation last revised: 1/20/2017

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