Criterion-Referenced Test Frameworks
D.4.1 b: Describe objects by the materials they are made of and by their physical properties.
D.4.2 a: Classify objects based on their observable physical properties; such as, texture, color, hardness, shape, and composition.
D.4.3 a: Know that there are three states of matter: solid, liquid, or gas.
D.4.5 b: Use appropriate simple science instruments to aid in making observations and collect data.
D.4.6 a: Compare, contrast, and explain what happens to an object at rest and an object in motion:
E.4.2 b: Compare and contrast properties of rocks and minerals; such as, hardness, color, texture, and appearance.
E.4.4 a: Identify the sun, moon, and stars in the sky, and recognize that they appear to change position in the sky over time.
E.4.6 a: Describe changes, patterns, and cycles that are observable during night/day and seasonal events on earth.
E.4.6 b: Recognize that there are patterns in the earth's motion activities.
F.4.1 b: Communicate (understand) that plants and animals have certain structures with specific functions that help them grow, reproduce, and survive.
F.4.3 b: Explain to others that offspring look very much, but not exactly, like their parents or one another.
F.4.4 c: Explain to others that plants and animals both depend on nonliving things in the environment (habitat).
Correlation last revised: 4/4/2018