2: The student will increase their understanding of the properties of objects and materials that they encounter on a daily basis. The student will compare, describe, and sort and classify these materials by observable properties.
2.1: The student will develop skills to describe objects.
2.1.1: observes properties of objects and measures those properties using appropriate tools.
Weight and Mass
2.1.2: describes and classifies objects by more than one property.
2.2: The student will describe the motion of objects.
2.2.1: moves objects by pushing, pulling, throwing, spinning, dropping, and rolling; and describes the motion.
Force and Fan Carts
2.2.2: describes the change in position of objects when moved.
Free Fall Tower
2.4: The student will experiment with electricity and magnetism.
2.4.1: demonstrates that magnets attract and repel.
2.4.3: constructs a simple circuit.
3: The student will develop an understanding of biological concepts through direct experience with living things, their life cycles, and their habitats.
3.1: The student will develop knowledge of organisms in their environment.
3.1.1: observes different organisms and compares and contrasts how similar functions are served by different structural characteristics.
4: The student will observe objects, materials, and changes in their environment, note their properties, distinguish one from another, and develop their own explanations making sense of their observations.
4.1: The student will develop an understanding of the properties of earth materials.
4.1.1: collects, observes properties, and classifies a variety of earth materials in his/her environment.
4.1.3: describes properties of water and process of the water cycle.
4.2: The student will observe and describe objects in the sky.
4.2.2: observes and compares the length of shadows.
4.2.3: discusses that the sun provides light and heat (electromagnetic radiation) to maintain the temperature of the earth.
Correlation last revised: 1/20/2017