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.a: Light maintains direction of motion until it interacts with another object.

 Basic Prism

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 Around the World
 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: 5/30/2018

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