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Indiana State Standards Science Elementary K-6
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Observe, manipulate, sort and generate questions about objects and their physical properties.
Observe, record, and recognize patterns and generate questions about night and day and the seasons.
Observe living organisms, compare and contrast their characteristics, and ask questions about them.
Describe objects in terms of the materials that compose them and in terms of their physical properties.
Observe, describe and ask questions about soil components and properties.
Observe, describe and ask questions about living things and their relationships to their environments.
Determine properties of natural and man-made materials and their most important uses.
Observe and describe that the properties of materials can change, but not all materials respond in the same way to the same action. Observe and describe the motion of an object and how it changes when a force is applied to it.
Day to day and over the seasons, observe, measure, record and recognize patterns and ask questions about features of weather. Investigate how the position of the sun and moon and the shape of the moon change in observable patterns.
Observe, ask questions about and describe how organisms change their forms and behaviors during their life cycles.
Describe how technologies have been developed to meet human needs.
Observe and describe how sound is produced by vibrations.
Observe and describe how light travels from point to point.
Observe, describe and identify rocks and minerals by their specific properties. Observe and describe how natural materials meet the needs of plants and animals (including humans).
Observe, describe and ask questions about plant growth and development.
Define a real world problem and list criteria for a successful solution.
Provide evidence that heat and electricity are forms of energy. Design and assemble electric circuits that provide a means of transferring energy from one form or place to another.
Observe, investigate and give examples of ways that the shape of land changes over time. Describe how the supply of natural resources is limited and investigate ways that humans protect and harm the environment.
Observe, describe and ask questions about structures of organisms and how they affect their growth and survival.
Design a moving system and measure its motion.
Describe the weight and volume and measure the weight and volume of various objects. Demonstrate that mass is conserved even when a substance has undergone a change in its state.
Observe, describe and ask questions about patterns in the sun-moon-earth system.
Observe, describe and ask questions about how changes in one part of an ecosystem create changes in other parts of the ecosystem.
Design a prototype that replaces a function of a human body part.
Explain that all objects and substances in the natural world are composed of matter in different states with different properties. Understand that there are different forms of energy with unique characteristics.
Understand the relationships between celestial bodies and the force that keeps them in regular and predictable motion.
Describe that all organisms, including humans, are part of complex systems found in all biomes (i.e., freshwater, marine, forest, desert, grassland and tundra). Understand that the major source of energy for ecosystems is light produced by major nuclear reactions in the sun.
Apply a form of energy to design and construct a simple mechanical device.
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