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WA.1.Systems (SYS)

Systems (SYS)
K-1.SYS. Part-Whole Relationships: In grades K-1, students gain fluency in using the concept of part-whole relationships. They agree on names for the parts that make up several types of whole objects, including plants and animals. They learn that objects can be easily taken apart and put back together again, while other objects cannot be taken apart and reassembled without damaging them. Removing one or more parts will usually change how the object functions. Fluency with the part-whole relationship is essential for all of the sciences and is an important building block for more sophisticated understanding of how systems operate in natural and designed environments.
K-1.SYSA. Students know that living and nonliving things are made of parts. People give names to the parts that are different from the name of the whole object, plant, or animal.
K-1.SYSA.1. Students are expected to name at least five different parts, given an illustration of a whole object, plant, or animal.
Flip Charts All About Plants
Flip Charts Parts of Plants
Flip Charts Plant Parts We Eat
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
 

WA.2.Inquiry (INQ)

Inquiry (INQ)
K-1.INQ. Making Observations: Students learn that scientific investigations involve trying to answer questions by making observations or trying things out, rather than just asking an adult. Children are naturally curious about nearly everything-butterflies and clouds, and why the Moon seems to follow them at night. The essence of this standard is to channel students' natural curiosity about the world, so that they become better questioners, observers, and thinkers, laying the groundwork for increasing understanding and abilities in science inquiry in the years to come.
K-1.INQA. Question and Investigate: Students know that scientific investigations involve asking and trying to answer a question about the natural world by making and recording observations.
K-1.INQA.3. Students are expected to observe patterns and relationships in the natural world, and record observations in a table or picture graph.
Flip Charts All About Plants
Flip Charts Focus In!
Flip Charts Frog Life Cycle
Flip Charts Land, Water & Air
Flip Charts Life Cycles
Flip Charts O-W-L
Flip Charts Planning Pinwheel
Flip Charts Science Grade 1
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Hands-on Lab Skills/Science Inquiry
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Hands-on lab skills/Science Inquiry
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Math in Science - 2nd grade level
 
K-1.INQC. Explain and Infer: Students know that scientists develop explanations using recorded observations (evidence).
K-1.INQC.1. Students are expected to describe patterns of data recorded, using tallies, tables, picture graphs, or bar-type graphs.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Math in Science - 2nd grade level
 

WA.3.Application (APP)

Application (APP)
K-1.APP. Tools and Materials: Students learn to use simple tools (e.g., pencils, scissors) and materials (e.g., paper, tape, glue, and cardboard) to solve problems in creative ways. Though students have a natural inclination to use tools and materials to make things, guidance is required to channel these interests into solving a practical problem. Although students are not expected to make a distinction between science and technology at this age, they can and should develop the idea that tools and materials can be used to solve problems, and that many problems can have more than one solution.
K-1.APPA. Students know that common tools can be used to solve problems.
K-1.APPA.1. Students are expected to use simple tools and materials to solve a simple problem (e.g., make a paper or cardboard box to hold seeds so they won't get lost).
Flip Charts Focus In!
Flip Charts Laboratory Tools
Flip Charts O-W-L
Flip Charts Planning Pinwheel
Vocabulary Terms What is science?
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Hands-on Lab Skills/Science Inquiry
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Hands-on lab skills/Science Inquiry
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide What is science?
 
K-1.APPD. Students know that counting, classifying, and measuring can sometimes be helpful in solving a problem.
K-1.APPD.1. Students are expected to apply the abilities of counting, measuring, and classifying to solving a problem (e.g., Is that enclosure big enough for a pet to stand up in? What types of food can it eat? How much food should I put into the enclosure for my pet?).
Flip Charts Focus In!
Flip Charts O-W-L
Flip Charts Planning Pinwheel
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Hands-on Lab Skills/Science Inquiry
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Math in Science - 1st grade level
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Math in Science - 2nd grade level
 

WA.4.Life Science

Life Science
ES1. Earth in Space (ES1)
K-1.ES1. Observing the Sun and Moon: Students learn that objects they see in the sky, such as clouds and birds, change from minute to minute, while other things, such as apparent movement of the Sun and Moon, follow patterns if observed carefully over time. The Moon can sometimes be seen during the day and sometimes at night, and its shape appears to change gradually during the month. The study of the sky can help young children realize that they can find patterns in the world through their own observations.
K-1.ES1A. Students know that many things can be seen in the sky. Some change minute by minute, while others move in patterns that can be seen if they are observed day after day.
K-1.ES1A.1. Students are expected to observe and communicate the many things that can be seen in the sky that change minute by minute (e.g., birds, airplanes, and clouds) and those that change their shape or position in observable patterns day after day (e.g., apparent shape of the moon).
Flip Charts Day & Night
Flip Charts Moon & Stars
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Flip Charts Things in the Sky
Vocabulary Terms Moon, star and planets
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Moon, star and planets
 
K-1.ES1B. Students know that the position of the Sun in the sky appears to change during the day.
K-1.ES1B.2. Students are expected to compare the position of the Sun in the sky in the morning with its position in the sky at midday and in the afternoon.
Flip Charts Day & Night
Flip Charts Moon & Stars
Flip Charts Moon & Stars
Flip Charts Science Grade 1
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Flip Charts The Sky
Flip Charts Things in the Sky
Flip Charts Things in the Sky
Vocabulary Terms The Sky
Vocabulary Terms The sun and earth
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Sky
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The sun and earth
 
K-1.ES1C. Students know that the Moon can be seen sometimes during the day and sometimes during the night. The Moon appears to have different shapes on different days.
K-1.ES1C.3. Students are expected to observe the Moon during different times of the day and month, and draw its apparent shape.
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Vocabulary Terms Moon, star and planets
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Moon, star and planets
 
ES2. Earth Systems, Structures and Processes (ES2)
K-1.ES2. Properties and Change: Students learn about Earth materials through their own observations. They learn to distinguish between natural materials and those that have been changed by people. They study natural substances such as rocks and soil, and find that these Earth materials are made up of smaller parts and different components. They learn to use common terms, such as hard, soft, dry, wet, heavy, and light, to describe what they see. These observations help students become familiar with the materials in the world around them in terms of properties and to think about how people use natural materials in various ways.
K-1.ES2A. Students know that some objects occur in nature; others have been designed and processed by people.
K-1.ES2A.1. Students are expected to sort objects into two groups: natural and human-made.
Flip Charts Natural & Man-made
 
K-1.ES2B. Students know that earth materials include solid rocks, sand, soil, and water. These materials have different observable physical properties.
K-1.ES2B.3. Students are expected to compare Earth objects by at least two properties (e.g., first compare rocks by size, then by color).
Flip Charts Day & Night
Flip Charts Things in the Sky
 
K-1.ES2C. Students know that some Earth objects are made of more than one material.
K-1.ES2C.1. Students are expected to observe and describe objects made of more than one Earth material (e.g., certain rocks and soil).
Flip Charts Our Earth
Flip Charts Our Earth
Flip Charts Rocks
Flip Charts Rocks
Vocabulary Terms Earth's resources
Vocabulary Terms Rocks, Soil and water
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Earth's resources
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Rocks, Soil and water
 
LS1. Structures and Functions of Living Organisms (LS1)
K-1.LS1. Plant and Animal Parts: Students learn that all living things have basic needs, and they meet those needs in various ways. Just as humans have external body parts that perform different functions to meet their needs, animals and plants also have body parts that perform different functions to meet their needs. A magnifier is a tool that reveals further details of plant and animal parts that are not easily seen with the unaided eye. Learning about the diverse needs of plants and animals and the various ways they meet their needs will help to prepare students to understand more detailed structures beginning at the 2-3 grade band.
K-1.LS1A. Students know that the human body is made up of various external parts.
K-1.LS1A.1. Students are expected to identify the external parts of a human body (e.g., head, hands, feet, knees, and elbows).
Flip Charts Healthy Eating
Flip Charts Healthy Habits
Flip Charts Human Body
Flip Charts Inside My Body
Flip Charts Inside My Body
Flip Charts My Body Parts
Flip Charts My Body Parts
Flip Charts Personal Hygiene
Flip Charts Safety
Flip Charts Science Grade 1
Flip Charts Signs I See
Flip Charts Staying Healthy
Vocabulary Terms Human body
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Human body
 
K-1.LS1B. Students know that all plants and animals have various external parts.
K-1.LS1B.1. Students are expected to identify the external parts of different plants and animals (e.g., legs on an insect, flowers, stems, and roots on many plants, feathers on birds, scales on fish, eyes and ears on many animals).
Flip Charts All About Plants
Flip Charts Birds
Flip Charts Bugs & More Bugs
Flip Charts Farm & Zoo Animals
Flip Charts Interdependence
Flip Charts Parts of Plants
Flip Charts Plant Parts We Eat
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Flip Charts What Animals Need
Vocabulary Terms All about animals
Vocabulary Terms Animal groups
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide All about animals
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animal groups
 
K-1.LS1C. Students know that the parts of a plant or animal appear different under a magnifier compared with the unaided eye.
K-1.LS1C.1. Students are expected to observe how parts of a plant or animal look under a magnifier and draw or use words to describe them (e.g., a single hair, the leg of an insect, a fingerprint).
Flip Charts All About Plants
Flip Charts Birds
Flip Charts Bugs & More Bugs
Flip Charts Farm & Zoo Animals
Flip Charts How Plants Grow
Flip Charts How Seeds Travel
Flip Charts Interdependence
Flip Charts Parts of a Seed
Flip Charts Parts of a Seed
Flip Charts Parts of Plants
Flip Charts Parts of Plants
Flip Charts Plant Parts We Eat
Flip Charts Plant Parts We Eat
Flip Charts Plants Around Us
Flip Charts Plants We Use
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Flip Charts What Animals Need
Flip Charts What Plants Need
Vocabulary Terms All about animals
Vocabulary Terms All about plants
Vocabulary Terms Animal groups
Vocabulary Terms Plants
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide All about animals
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide All about plants
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animal groups
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Plants
 
K-1.LS1D. Students know that different animals use their body parts in different ways to see, hear, grasp objects, and move from place to place.
K-1.LS1D.1. Students are expected to compare how different animals use the same body parts for different purposes (e.g., humans use their tongues to taste, while snakes use their tongues to smell).
Flip Charts Birds
Flip Charts Bugs & More Bugs
Flip Charts Farm & Zoo Animals
Flip Charts Healthy Eating
Flip Charts Healthy Habits
Flip Charts Human Body
Flip Charts Inside My Body
Flip Charts Inside My Body
Flip Charts Interdependence
Flip Charts My Body Parts
Flip Charts My Body Parts
Flip Charts Personal Hygiene
Flip Charts Safety
Flip Charts Science Grade 1
Flip Charts Signs I See
Flip Charts Staying Healthy
Flip Charts What Animals Need
Vocabulary Terms All about animals
Vocabulary Terms Animal groups
Vocabulary Terms Human body
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide All about animals
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animal groups
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Human body
 
K-1.LS1E. Students know that animals have various ways of obtaining food and water. Nearly all animals drink water or eat foods that contain water.
K-1.LS1E.1. Students are expected to compare how different animals obtain food and water (e.g., a squirrel hunts for nuts, a pet dog eats prepared food and drinks water from a bowl or puddle, many birds and insects find nectar in flowers, which contain food and water, people may grow food in gardens and many shop for food in stores and get water from the tap).
Flip Charts Food Chains
Flip Charts Science Grade 1
Vocabulary Terms Animals
Vocabulary Terms Mammals and birds
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animals
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Mammals and birds
 
K-1.LS1F. Students know that most plants have roots to get water and leaves to gather sunlight.
K-1.LS1F.1. Students are expected to explain that most plants get water from soil through their roots and that they gather light through their leaves.
Flip Charts All About Plants
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Vocabulary Terms Plants
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Plants
 
LS2. Ecosystems (LS2)
K-1.LS2. Habitats: Students learn that all plants and animals live in and depend on habitats. Earth has many different habitats, and these different habitats support the life of many different plants and animals, including humans. People have the ability to make rapid changes in natural habitats and to keep a habitat healthy so that living conditions can be maintained.
K-1.LS2A. Students know that A habitat supports the growth of many different plants and animals by meeting their basic needs of food, water, and shelter.
K-1.LS2A.1. Students are expected to identify the characteristics of a habitat that enable the habitat to support the growth of many different plants and animals (e.g., have trees to provide nesting places for birds and squirrels, pond water for tadpoles and frogs, blackberry bushes for rabbits to hide in).
Flip Charts Habitat & Niche
Flip Charts Land Habitats
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Vocabulary Terms Land Habitats
Vocabulary Terms Water Habitats
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Land Habitats
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Water Habitats
 
K-1.LS2A. Students know that there are different kinds of natural areas, or habitats, where many different plants and animals live together.
K-1.LS2A.1. Students are expected to investigate an area near their home or school where many different plants and animals live together (e.g., a lawn, a vacant lot, a wooded park, a flower bed) and describe the different plants and animals found there.
Flip Charts Farm & Zoo Animals
Flip Charts Habitat & Niche
Flip Charts Land Habitats
Flip Charts Plants Around Us
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Vocabulary Terms Animals
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Vocabulary Terms Land Habitats
Vocabulary Terms Water Habitats
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animals
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Land Habitats
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Water Habitats
 
K-1.LS2C. Students know that humans can change natural habitats in ways that can be helpful or harmful for the plants and animals that live there.
K-1.LS2C.1. Students are expected to list two or more things that humans do that might harm plants and animals in a given habitat (e.g., throwing litter in a pond might cause difficulty for water birds and fish to find food or might poison the plants and animals that live there).
Vocabulary Terms Taking Care of Earth
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Taking Care of Earth
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Using and saving natural resources
 
K-1.LS2C.2. Students are expected to communicate ways that humans protect habitats and/or improve conditions for the growth of the plants and animals that live there (e.g., reuse or recycle products to avoid littering).
Vocabulary Terms Taking Care of Earth
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Taking Care of Earth
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Using and saving natural resources
 
LS3. Biological Evolution (LS3)
K-1.LS3. Classifying Plants and Animals: Students learn that some objects are alive and others are not, and that many living things are classified as either plants or animals based on observable features and behaviors. Plants and animals are further classified into smaller groups such as insects and trees. Even these groups can be further subdivided. Classification provides a way to organize and find patterns in the amazing diversity of plants, animals, and the nonliving environment.
K-1.LS3A. Students know that some things are alive and others are not.
K-1.LS3A.1. Students are expected to use logical rules to sort objects into two groups, those that are alive and those that are not.
Flip Charts Living Things
Flip Charts Living Things
Flip Charts Non-Living Things
Flip Charts Non-Living Things
Flip Charts Science Grade 1
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide How living things grow and change?
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Living and nonliving things
 
K-1.LS3B. Students know that there are many different types of living things on Earth. Many of them are classified as plants or animals.
K-1.LS3B.1. Students are expected, to given a list, illustrations, or actual plants or animals, classify them as plants or animals.
Flip Charts All About Animals
Flip Charts All About Plants
Flip Charts Birds & Mammals
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
 
K-1.LS3C. Students know that external features of animals and plants are used to classify them into groups.
K-1.LS3C.1. Students are expected to describe several external features and behaviors of animals that can be used to classify them (e.g., size, color, shape of body parts).
Flip Charts All About Animals
Flip Charts Birds
Flip Charts Birds
Flip Charts Birds & Mammals
Flip Charts Bugs & More Bugs
Flip Charts Farm & Zoo Animals
Flip Charts Frog Life Cycle
Flip Charts Frog Life Cycle
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Vocabulary Terms Animal groups
Vocabulary Terms Animals
Vocabulary Terms Life cycles
Vocabulary Terms Mammals and birds
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animal groups
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animals
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Life cycles
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Mammals and birds
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Reptiles, amphibians and fish
 
K-1.LS3C.2. Students are expected to describe several external features of plants that can be used to classify them (e.g., size, color, kinds of seeds, shapes, or texture of plant parts).
Flip Charts All About Plants
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
 
K-1.LS3C.3. Students are expected to give examples to illustrate how pairs of plants and/or animals are similar to and different from each other (e.g., cats and dogs both have four legs, but many dogs have longer snouts than cats).
Flip Charts All About Animals
Flip Charts All About Plants
Flip Charts Birds
Flip Charts Birds
Flip Charts Birds & Mammals
Flip Charts Bugs & More Bugs
Flip Charts Farm & Zoo Animals
Flip Charts Frog Life Cycle
Flip Charts Frog Life Cycle
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Vocabulary Terms Animal groups
Vocabulary Terms Animals
Vocabulary Terms Life cycles
Vocabulary Terms Mammals and birds
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animal groups
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animals
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Life cycles
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Mammals and birds
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Reptiles, amphibians and fish
 
PS1. Force and Motion (PS1)
K-1.PS1. Push-Pull and Position: Students learn how to describe the position and motion of objects and the effects of forces on objects. Students start by describing the position of one object with respect to another object (e.g., in front, behind, above, and below) and then describe motion as a change in position. Forces are introduced as pushes and pulls that can change the motion of objects, and students learn through observation that various forces act through contact while others act from a distance (without touching the object). These basic concepts about forces and motion provide a foundation for learning to quantify motion in later years.
K-1.PS1A. Students know that the position of an object can be described by locating it relative to another object or to the object's surroundings.
K-1.PS1A.1. Students are expected to use common terms so that all observers can agree on the position of an object in relation to another object (e.g., describe whether the teacher's desk is in front of the room, at the side, or in the back; say whether the top of the school's flagpole is higher or lower than the roof).
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
 
K-1.PS1B. Students know that motion is defined as a change in position over time.
K-1.PS1B.1. Students are expected to demonstrate motion by moving an object or a part of a student's body and explain that motion means a change in position.
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Sink & Float
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Vocabulary Terms Force and motion
Vocabulary Terms Objects in motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Force and motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Objects in motion
 
K-1.PS1C. Students know that a force is a push or a pull. Pushing or pulling can move an object. The speed an object moves is related to how strongly it is pushed or pulled.
K-1.PS1C.1. Students are expected to respond to a request to move an object (e.g., toy wagon, doll, or book) by pushing or pulling it.
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Sink & Float
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Vocabulary Terms Force and motion
Vocabulary Terms Objects in motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Force and motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Objects in motion
 
K-1.PS1C.2. Students are expected to when asked to move the object farther, respond by pushing or pulling it more strongly.
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Sink & Float
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Vocabulary Terms Force and motion
Vocabulary Terms Objects in motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Force and motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Objects in motion
 
K-1.PS1C.3. Students are expected to explain that a push or a pull is a force.
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Sink & Float
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Vocabulary Terms Force and motion
Vocabulary Terms Objects in motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Force and motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Objects in motion
 
K-1.PS1D. Students know that some forces act by touching and other forces can act without touching.
K-1.PS1D.1. Students are expected to distinguish a force that acts by touching it with an object (e.g., by pushing or pulling) from a force that can act without touching (e.g., the attraction between a magnet and a steel paper clip).
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Sink & Float
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Vocabulary Terms Force and motion
Vocabulary Terms Objects in motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Force and motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Objects in motion
 
PS2. Matter: Properties and Change (PS2)
K-1.PS2. Liquids and Solids: Students learn about the properties of liquids and solids. When a liquid is poured into a container, it takes the shape of the part of the container that it occupies. Cooling a liquid can turn the liquid into a solid (e.g., water to ice). When it becomes a solid it assumes the shape of the container and retains that shape, even when removed from the container. These observations about the properties of materials and how numerous materials can change from liquid to solid and back again begin to build an understanding of matter and its transformations that will be formalized as states of matter during the grade 2-3 band.
K-1.PS2A. Students know that liquids take the shape of the part of the container they occupy.
K-1.PS2A.1. Students are expected to predict the shape that water will take in a variety of different containers.
Flip Charts Clay
Flip Charts Laboratory Tools
Flip Charts Natural & Man-made
Flip Charts Paper & Cloth
Flip Charts Properties
Flip Charts Taking Up Space
Flip Charts Water & Ice
Flip Charts Wood & Metal
Vocabulary Terms Comparing matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Comparing matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Describe and measure matter
 
K-1.PS2B. Students know that solids retain their shape regardless of the container they are in.
K-1.PS2B.1. Students are expected to predict that frozen water (e.g., ice) will retain its shape when moved among containers of different shapes (e.g., ice cubes in a tray).
Flip Charts Clay
Flip Charts Laboratory Tools
Flip Charts Natural & Man-made
Flip Charts Paper & Cloth
Flip Charts Properties
Flip Charts Taking Up Space
Flip Charts Water & Ice
Flip Charts Wood & Metal
Vocabulary Terms Comparing matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Comparing matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Describe and measure matter
 
K-1.PS2B.2. Students are expected, to given several substances, sort them into those that are liquid and those that are solid.
Flip Charts Clay
Flip Charts Laboratory Tools
Flip Charts Natural & Man-made
Flip Charts Paper & Cloth
Flip Charts Properties
Flip Charts Taking Up Space
Flip Charts Water & Ice
Flip Charts Wood & Metal
Vocabulary Terms Comparing matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Comparing matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Describe and measure matter
 

WA.4.Earth and Space Science

Earth and Space Science
ES1. Earth in Space (ES1)
K-1.ES1. Observing the Sun and Moon: Students learn that objects they see in the sky, such as clouds and birds, change from minute to minute, while other things, such as apparent movement of the Sun and Moon, follow patterns if observed carefully over time. The Moon can sometimes be seen during the day and sometimes at night, and its shape appears to change gradually during the month. The study of the sky can help young children realize that they can find patterns in the world through their own observations.
K-1.ES1A. Students know that many things can be seen in the sky. Some change minute by minute, while others move in patterns that can be seen if they are observed day after day.
K-1.ES1A.1. Students are expected to observe and communicate the many things that can be seen in the sky that change minute by minute (e.g., birds, airplanes, and clouds) and those that change their shape or position in observable patterns day after day (e.g., apparent shape of the moon).
Flip Charts Day & Night
Flip Charts Moon & Stars
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Flip Charts Things in the Sky
Vocabulary Terms Moon, star and planets
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Moon, star and planets
 
K-1.ES1B. Students know that the position of the Sun in the sky appears to change during the day.
K-1.ES1B.2. Students are expected to compare the position of the Sun in the sky in the morning with its position in the sky at midday and in the afternoon.
Flip Charts Day & Night
Flip Charts Moon & Stars
Flip Charts Moon & Stars
Flip Charts Science Grade 1
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Flip Charts The Sky
Flip Charts Things in the Sky
Flip Charts Things in the Sky
Vocabulary Terms The Sky
Vocabulary Terms The sun and earth
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Sky
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The sun and earth
 
K-1.ES1C. Students know that the Moon can be seen sometimes during the day and sometimes during the night. The Moon appears to have different shapes on different days.
K-1.ES1C.3. Students are expected to observe the Moon during different times of the day and month, and draw its apparent shape.
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Vocabulary Terms Moon, star and planets
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Moon, star and planets
 
ES2. Earth Systems, Structures and Processes (ES2)
K-1.ES2. Properties and Change: Students learn about Earth materials through their own observations. They learn to distinguish between natural materials and those that have been changed by people. They study natural substances such as rocks and soil, and find that these Earth materials are made up of smaller parts and different components. They learn to use common terms, such as hard, soft, dry, wet, heavy, and light, to describe what they see. These observations help students become familiar with the materials in the world around them in terms of properties and to think about how people use natural materials in various ways.
K-1.ES2A. Students know that some objects occur in nature; others have been designed and processed by people.
K-1.ES2A.1. Students are expected to sort objects into two groups: natural and human-made.
Flip Charts Natural & Man-made
 
K-1.ES2B. Students know that earth materials include solid rocks, sand, soil, and water. These materials have different observable physical properties.
K-1.ES2B.3. Students are expected to compare Earth objects by at least two properties (e.g., first compare rocks by size, then by color).
Flip Charts Day & Night
Flip Charts Things in the Sky
 
K-1.ES2C. Students know that some Earth objects are made of more than one material.
K-1.ES2C.1. Students are expected to observe and describe objects made of more than one Earth material (e.g., certain rocks and soil).
Flip Charts Our Earth
Flip Charts Our Earth
Flip Charts Rocks
Flip Charts Rocks
Vocabulary Terms Earth's resources
Vocabulary Terms Rocks, Soil and water
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Earth's resources
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Rocks, Soil and water
 
LS1. Structures and Functions of Living Organisms (LS1)
K-1.LS1. Plant and Animal Parts: Students learn that all living things have basic needs, and they meet those needs in various ways. Just as humans have external body parts that perform different functions to meet their needs, animals and plants also have body parts that perform different functions to meet their needs. A magnifier is a tool that reveals further details of plant and animal parts that are not easily seen with the unaided eye. Learning about the diverse needs of plants and animals and the various ways they meet their needs will help to prepare students to understand more detailed structures beginning at the 2-3 grade band.
K-1.LS1A. Students know that the human body is made up of various external parts.
K-1.LS1A.1. Students are expected to identify the external parts of a human body (e.g., head, hands, feet, knees, and elbows).
Flip Charts Healthy Eating
Flip Charts Healthy Habits
Flip Charts Human Body
Flip Charts Inside My Body
Flip Charts Inside My Body
Flip Charts My Body Parts
Flip Charts My Body Parts
Flip Charts Personal Hygiene
Flip Charts Safety
Flip Charts Science Grade 1
Flip Charts Signs I See
Flip Charts Staying Healthy
Vocabulary Terms Human body
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Human body
 
K-1.LS1B. Students know that all plants and animals have various external parts.
K-1.LS1B.1. Students are expected to identify the external parts of different plants and animals (e.g., legs on an insect, flowers, stems, and roots on many plants, feathers on birds, scales on fish, eyes and ears on many animals).
Flip Charts All About Plants
Flip Charts Birds
Flip Charts Bugs & More Bugs
Flip Charts Farm & Zoo Animals
Flip Charts Interdependence
Flip Charts Parts of Plants
Flip Charts Plant Parts We Eat
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Flip Charts What Animals Need
Vocabulary Terms All about animals
Vocabulary Terms Animal groups
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide All about animals
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animal groups
 
K-1.LS1C. Students know that the parts of a plant or animal appear different under a magnifier compared with the unaided eye.
K-1.LS1C.1. Students are expected to observe how parts of a plant or animal look under a magnifier and draw or use words to describe them (e.g., a single hair, the leg of an insect, a fingerprint).
Flip Charts All About Plants
Flip Charts Birds
Flip Charts Bugs & More Bugs
Flip Charts Farm & Zoo Animals
Flip Charts How Plants Grow
Flip Charts How Seeds Travel
Flip Charts Interdependence
Flip Charts Parts of a Seed
Flip Charts Parts of a Seed
Flip Charts Parts of Plants
Flip Charts Parts of Plants
Flip Charts Plant Parts We Eat
Flip Charts Plant Parts We Eat
Flip Charts Plants Around Us
Flip Charts Plants We Use
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Flip Charts What Animals Need
Flip Charts What Plants Need
Vocabulary Terms All about animals
Vocabulary Terms All about plants
Vocabulary Terms Animal groups
Vocabulary Terms Plants
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide All about animals
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide All about plants
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animal groups
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Plants
 
K-1.LS1D. Students know that different animals use their body parts in different ways to see, hear, grasp objects, and move from place to place.
K-1.LS1D.1. Students are expected to compare how different animals use the same body parts for different purposes (e.g., humans use their tongues to taste, while snakes use their tongues to smell).
Flip Charts Birds
Flip Charts Bugs & More Bugs
Flip Charts Farm & Zoo Animals
Flip Charts Healthy Eating
Flip Charts Healthy Habits
Flip Charts Human Body
Flip Charts Inside My Body
Flip Charts Inside My Body
Flip Charts Interdependence
Flip Charts My Body Parts
Flip Charts My Body Parts
Flip Charts Personal Hygiene
Flip Charts Safety
Flip Charts Science Grade 1
Flip Charts Signs I See
Flip Charts Staying Healthy
Flip Charts What Animals Need
Vocabulary Terms All about animals
Vocabulary Terms Animal groups
Vocabulary Terms Human body
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide All about animals
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animal groups
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Human body
 
K-1.LS1E. Students know that animals have various ways of obtaining food and water. Nearly all animals drink water or eat foods that contain water.
K-1.LS1E.1. Students are expected to compare how different animals obtain food and water (e.g., a squirrel hunts for nuts, a pet dog eats prepared food and drinks water from a bowl or puddle, many birds and insects find nectar in flowers, which contain food and water, people may grow food in gardens and many shop for food in stores and get water from the tap).
Flip Charts Food Chains
Flip Charts Science Grade 1
Vocabulary Terms Animals
Vocabulary Terms Mammals and birds
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animals
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Mammals and birds
 
K-1.LS1F. Students know that most plants have roots to get water and leaves to gather sunlight.
K-1.LS1F.1. Students are expected to explain that most plants get water from soil through their roots and that they gather light through their leaves.
Flip Charts All About Plants
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Vocabulary Terms Plants
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Plants
 
LS2. Ecosystems (LS2)
K-1.LS2. Habitats: Students learn that all plants and animals live in and depend on habitats. Earth has many different habitats, and these different habitats support the life of many different plants and animals, including humans. People have the ability to make rapid changes in natural habitats and to keep a habitat healthy so that living conditions can be maintained.
K-1.LS2A. Students know that A habitat supports the growth of many different plants and animals by meeting their basic needs of food, water, and shelter.
K-1.LS2A.1. Students are expected to identify the characteristics of a habitat that enable the habitat to support the growth of many different plants and animals (e.g., have trees to provide nesting places for birds and squirrels, pond water for tadpoles and frogs, blackberry bushes for rabbits to hide in).
Flip Charts Habitat & Niche
Flip Charts Land Habitats
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Vocabulary Terms Land Habitats
Vocabulary Terms Water Habitats
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Land Habitats
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Water Habitats
 
K-1.LS2A. Students know that there are different kinds of natural areas, or habitats, where many different plants and animals live together.
K-1.LS2A.1. Students are expected to investigate an area near their home or school where many different plants and animals live together (e.g., a lawn, a vacant lot, a wooded park, a flower bed) and describe the different plants and animals found there.
Flip Charts Farm & Zoo Animals
Flip Charts Habitat & Niche
Flip Charts Land Habitats
Flip Charts Plants Around Us
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Vocabulary Terms Animals
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Vocabulary Terms Land Habitats
Vocabulary Terms Water Habitats
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animals
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Land Habitats
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Water Habitats
 
K-1.LS2C. Students know that humans can change natural habitats in ways that can be helpful or harmful for the plants and animals that live there.
K-1.LS2C.1. Students are expected to list two or more things that humans do that might harm plants and animals in a given habitat (e.g., throwing litter in a pond might cause difficulty for water birds and fish to find food or might poison the plants and animals that live there).
Vocabulary Terms Taking Care of Earth
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Taking Care of Earth
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Using and saving natural resources
 
K-1.LS2C.2. Students are expected to communicate ways that humans protect habitats and/or improve conditions for the growth of the plants and animals that live there (e.g., reuse or recycle products to avoid littering).
Vocabulary Terms Taking Care of Earth
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Taking Care of Earth
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Using and saving natural resources
 
LS3. Biological Evolution (LS3)
K-1.LS3. Classifying Plants and Animals: Students learn that some objects are alive and others are not, and that many living things are classified as either plants or animals based on observable features and behaviors. Plants and animals are further classified into smaller groups such as insects and trees. Even these groups can be further subdivided. Classification provides a way to organize and find patterns in the amazing diversity of plants, animals, and the nonliving environment.
K-1.LS3A. Students know that some things are alive and others are not.
K-1.LS3A.1. Students are expected to use logical rules to sort objects into two groups, those that are alive and those that are not.
Flip Charts Living Things
Flip Charts Living Things
Flip Charts Non-Living Things
Flip Charts Non-Living Things
Flip Charts Science Grade 1
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide How living things grow and change?
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Living and nonliving things
 
K-1.LS3B. Students know that there are many different types of living things on Earth. Many of them are classified as plants or animals.
K-1.LS3B.1. Students are expected, to given a list, illustrations, or actual plants or animals, classify them as plants or animals.
Flip Charts All About Animals
Flip Charts All About Plants
Flip Charts Birds & Mammals
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
 
K-1.LS3C. Students know that external features of animals and plants are used to classify them into groups.
K-1.LS3C.1. Students are expected to describe several external features and behaviors of animals that can be used to classify them (e.g., size, color, shape of body parts).
Flip Charts All About Animals
Flip Charts Birds
Flip Charts Birds
Flip Charts Birds & Mammals
Flip Charts Bugs & More Bugs
Flip Charts Farm & Zoo Animals
Flip Charts Frog Life Cycle
Flip Charts Frog Life Cycle
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Vocabulary Terms Animal groups
Vocabulary Terms Animals
Vocabulary Terms Life cycles
Vocabulary Terms Mammals and birds
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animal groups
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animals
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Life cycles
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Mammals and birds
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Reptiles, amphibians and fish
 
K-1.LS3C.2. Students are expected to describe several external features of plants that can be used to classify them (e.g., size, color, kinds of seeds, shapes, or texture of plant parts).
Flip Charts All About Plants
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
 
K-1.LS3C.3. Students are expected to give examples to illustrate how pairs of plants and/or animals are similar to and different from each other (e.g., cats and dogs both have four legs, but many dogs have longer snouts than cats).
Flip Charts All About Animals
Flip Charts All About Plants
Flip Charts Birds
Flip Charts Birds
Flip Charts Birds & Mammals
Flip Charts Bugs & More Bugs
Flip Charts Farm & Zoo Animals
Flip Charts Frog Life Cycle
Flip Charts Frog Life Cycle
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Vocabulary Terms Animal groups
Vocabulary Terms Animals
Vocabulary Terms Life cycles
Vocabulary Terms Mammals and birds
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animal groups
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animals
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Life cycles
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Mammals and birds
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Reptiles, amphibians and fish
 
PS1. Force and Motion (PS1)
K-1.PS1. Push-Pull and Position: Students learn how to describe the position and motion of objects and the effects of forces on objects. Students start by describing the position of one object with respect to another object (e.g., in front, behind, above, and below) and then describe motion as a change in position. Forces are introduced as pushes and pulls that can change the motion of objects, and students learn through observation that various forces act through contact while others act from a distance (without touching the object). These basic concepts about forces and motion provide a foundation for learning to quantify motion in later years.
K-1.PS1A. Students know that the position of an object can be described by locating it relative to another object or to the object's surroundings.
K-1.PS1A.1. Students are expected to use common terms so that all observers can agree on the position of an object in relation to another object (e.g., describe whether the teacher's desk is in front of the room, at the side, or in the back; say whether the top of the school's flagpole is higher or lower than the roof).
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
 
K-1.PS1B. Students know that motion is defined as a change in position over time.
K-1.PS1B.1. Students are expected to demonstrate motion by moving an object or a part of a student's body and explain that motion means a change in position.
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Sink & Float
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Vocabulary Terms Force and motion
Vocabulary Terms Objects in motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Force and motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Objects in motion
 
K-1.PS1C. Students know that a force is a push or a pull. Pushing or pulling can move an object. The speed an object moves is related to how strongly it is pushed or pulled.
K-1.PS1C.1. Students are expected to respond to a request to move an object (e.g., toy wagon, doll, or book) by pushing or pulling it.
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Sink & Float
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Vocabulary Terms Force and motion
Vocabulary Terms Objects in motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Force and motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Objects in motion
 
K-1.PS1C.2. Students are expected to when asked to move the object farther, respond by pushing or pulling it more strongly.
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Sink & Float
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Vocabulary Terms Force and motion
Vocabulary Terms Objects in motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Force and motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Objects in motion
 
K-1.PS1C.3. Students are expected to explain that a push or a pull is a force.
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Sink & Float
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Vocabulary Terms Force and motion
Vocabulary Terms Objects in motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Force and motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Objects in motion
 
K-1.PS1D. Students know that some forces act by touching and other forces can act without touching.
K-1.PS1D.1. Students are expected to distinguish a force that acts by touching it with an object (e.g., by pushing or pulling) from a force that can act without touching (e.g., the attraction between a magnet and a steel paper clip).
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Sink & Float
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Vocabulary Terms Force and motion
Vocabulary Terms Objects in motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Force and motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Objects in motion
 
PS2. Matter: Properties and Change (PS2)
K-1.PS2. Liquids and Solids: Students learn about the properties of liquids and solids. When a liquid is poured into a container, it takes the shape of the part of the container that it occupies. Cooling a liquid can turn the liquid into a solid (e.g., water to ice). When it becomes a solid it assumes the shape of the container and retains that shape, even when removed from the container. These observations about the properties of materials and how numerous materials can change from liquid to solid and back again begin to build an understanding of matter and its transformations that will be formalized as states of matter during the grade 2-3 band.
K-1.PS2A. Students know that liquids take the shape of the part of the container they occupy.
K-1.PS2A.1. Students are expected to predict the shape that water will take in a variety of different containers.
Flip Charts Clay
Flip Charts Laboratory Tools
Flip Charts Natural & Man-made
Flip Charts Paper & Cloth
Flip Charts Properties
Flip Charts Taking Up Space
Flip Charts Water & Ice
Flip Charts Wood & Metal
Vocabulary Terms Comparing matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Comparing matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Describe and measure matter
 
K-1.PS2B. Students know that solids retain their shape regardless of the container they are in.
K-1.PS2B.1. Students are expected to predict that frozen water (e.g., ice) will retain its shape when moved among containers of different shapes (e.g., ice cubes in a tray).
Flip Charts Clay
Flip Charts Laboratory Tools
Flip Charts Natural & Man-made
Flip Charts Paper & Cloth
Flip Charts Properties
Flip Charts Taking Up Space
Flip Charts Water & Ice
Flip Charts Wood & Metal
Vocabulary Terms Comparing matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Comparing matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Describe and measure matter
 
K-1.PS2B.2. Students are expected, to given several substances, sort them into those that are liquid and those that are solid.
Flip Charts Clay
Flip Charts Laboratory Tools
Flip Charts Natural & Man-made
Flip Charts Paper & Cloth
Flip Charts Properties
Flip Charts Taking Up Space
Flip Charts Water & Ice
Flip Charts Wood & Metal
Vocabulary Terms Comparing matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Comparing matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Describe and measure matter
 

WA.4.Physical Science

Physical Science
ES1. Earth in Space (ES1)
K-1.ES1. Observing the Sun and Moon: Students learn that objects they see in the sky, such as clouds and birds, change from minute to minute, while other things, such as apparent movement of the Sun and Moon, follow patterns if observed carefully over time. The Moon can sometimes be seen during the day and sometimes at night, and its shape appears to change gradually during the month. The study of the sky can help young children realize that they can find patterns in the world through their own observations.
K-1.ES1A. Students know that many things can be seen in the sky. Some change minute by minute, while others move in patterns that can be seen if they are observed day after day.
K-1.ES1A.1. Students are expected to observe and communicate the many things that can be seen in the sky that change minute by minute (e.g., birds, airplanes, and clouds) and those that change their shape or position in observable patterns day after day (e.g., apparent shape of the moon).
Flip Charts Day & Night
Flip Charts Moon & Stars
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Flip Charts Things in the Sky
Vocabulary Terms Moon, star and planets
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Moon, star and planets
 
K-1.ES1B. Students know that the position of the Sun in the sky appears to change during the day.
K-1.ES1B.2. Students are expected to compare the position of the Sun in the sky in the morning with its position in the sky at midday and in the afternoon.
Flip Charts Day & Night
Flip Charts Moon & Stars
Flip Charts Moon & Stars
Flip Charts Science Grade 1
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Flip Charts The Sky
Flip Charts Things in the Sky
Flip Charts Things in the Sky
Vocabulary Terms The Sky
Vocabulary Terms The sun and earth
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Sky
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The sun and earth
 
K-1.ES1C. Students know that the Moon can be seen sometimes during the day and sometimes during the night. The Moon appears to have different shapes on different days.
K-1.ES1C.3. Students are expected to observe the Moon during different times of the day and month, and draw its apparent shape.
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Vocabulary Terms Moon, star and planets
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Moon, star and planets
 
ES2. Earth Systems, Structures and Processes (ES2)
K-1.ES2. Properties and Change: Students learn about Earth materials through their own observations. They learn to distinguish between natural materials and those that have been changed by people. They study natural substances such as rocks and soil, and find that these Earth materials are made up of smaller parts and different components. They learn to use common terms, such as hard, soft, dry, wet, heavy, and light, to describe what they see. These observations help students become familiar with the materials in the world around them in terms of properties and to think about how people use natural materials in various ways.
K-1.ES2A. Students know that some objects occur in nature; others have been designed and processed by people.
K-1.ES2A.1. Students are expected to sort objects into two groups: natural and human-made.
Flip Charts Natural & Man-made
 
K-1.ES2B. Students know that earth materials include solid rocks, sand, soil, and water. These materials have different observable physical properties.
K-1.ES2B.3. Students are expected to compare Earth objects by at least two properties (e.g., first compare rocks by size, then by color).
Flip Charts Day & Night
Flip Charts Things in the Sky
 
K-1.ES2C. Students know that some Earth objects are made of more than one material.
K-1.ES2C.1. Students are expected to observe and describe objects made of more than one Earth material (e.g., certain rocks and soil).
Flip Charts Our Earth
Flip Charts Our Earth
Flip Charts Rocks
Flip Charts Rocks
Vocabulary Terms Earth's resources
Vocabulary Terms Rocks, Soil and water
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Earth's resources
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Rocks, Soil and water
 
LS1. Structures and Functions of Living Organisms (LS1)
K-1.LS1. Plant and Animal Parts: Students learn that all living things have basic needs, and they meet those needs in various ways. Just as humans have external body parts that perform different functions to meet their needs, animals and plants also have body parts that perform different functions to meet their needs. A magnifier is a tool that reveals further details of plant and animal parts that are not easily seen with the unaided eye. Learning about the diverse needs of plants and animals and the various ways they meet their needs will help to prepare students to understand more detailed structures beginning at the 2-3 grade band.
K-1.LS1A. Students know that the human body is made up of various external parts.
K-1.LS1A.1. Students are expected to identify the external parts of a human body (e.g., head, hands, feet, knees, and elbows).
Flip Charts Healthy Eating
Flip Charts Healthy Habits
Flip Charts Human Body
Flip Charts Inside My Body
Flip Charts Inside My Body
Flip Charts My Body Parts
Flip Charts My Body Parts
Flip Charts Personal Hygiene
Flip Charts Safety
Flip Charts Science Grade 1
Flip Charts Signs I See
Flip Charts Staying Healthy
Vocabulary Terms Human body
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Human body
 
K-1.LS1B. Students know that all plants and animals have various external parts.
K-1.LS1B.1. Students are expected to identify the external parts of different plants and animals (e.g., legs on an insect, flowers, stems, and roots on many plants, feathers on birds, scales on fish, eyes and ears on many animals).
Flip Charts All About Plants
Flip Charts Birds
Flip Charts Bugs & More Bugs
Flip Charts Farm & Zoo Animals
Flip Charts Interdependence
Flip Charts Parts of Plants
Flip Charts Plant Parts We Eat
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Flip Charts What Animals Need
Vocabulary Terms All about animals
Vocabulary Terms Animal groups
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide All about animals
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animal groups
 
K-1.LS1C. Students know that the parts of a plant or animal appear different under a magnifier compared with the unaided eye.
K-1.LS1C.1. Students are expected to observe how parts of a plant or animal look under a magnifier and draw or use words to describe them (e.g., a single hair, the leg of an insect, a fingerprint).
Flip Charts All About Plants
Flip Charts Birds
Flip Charts Bugs & More Bugs
Flip Charts Farm & Zoo Animals
Flip Charts How Plants Grow
Flip Charts How Seeds Travel
Flip Charts Interdependence
Flip Charts Parts of a Seed
Flip Charts Parts of a Seed
Flip Charts Parts of Plants
Flip Charts Parts of Plants
Flip Charts Plant Parts We Eat
Flip Charts Plant Parts We Eat
Flip Charts Plants Around Us
Flip Charts Plants We Use
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Flip Charts What Animals Need
Flip Charts What Plants Need
Vocabulary Terms All about animals
Vocabulary Terms All about plants
Vocabulary Terms Animal groups
Vocabulary Terms Plants
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide All about animals
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide All about plants
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animal groups
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Plants
 
K-1.LS1D. Students know that different animals use their body parts in different ways to see, hear, grasp objects, and move from place to place.
K-1.LS1D.1. Students are expected to compare how different animals use the same body parts for different purposes (e.g., humans use their tongues to taste, while snakes use their tongues to smell).
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Flip Charts Bugs & More Bugs
Flip Charts Farm & Zoo Animals
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Flip Charts Healthy Habits
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Flip Charts Inside My Body
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Flip Charts My Body Parts
Flip Charts My Body Parts
Flip Charts Personal Hygiene
Flip Charts Safety
Flip Charts Science Grade 1
Flip Charts Signs I See
Flip Charts Staying Healthy
Flip Charts What Animals Need
Vocabulary Terms All about animals
Vocabulary Terms Animal groups
Vocabulary Terms Human body
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide All about animals
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animal groups
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Human body
 
K-1.LS1E. Students know that animals have various ways of obtaining food and water. Nearly all animals drink water or eat foods that contain water.
K-1.LS1E.1. Students are expected to compare how different animals obtain food and water (e.g., a squirrel hunts for nuts, a pet dog eats prepared food and drinks water from a bowl or puddle, many birds and insects find nectar in flowers, which contain food and water, people may grow food in gardens and many shop for food in stores and get water from the tap).
Flip Charts Food Chains
Flip Charts Science Grade 1
Vocabulary Terms Animals
Vocabulary Terms Mammals and birds
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animals
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Mammals and birds
 
K-1.LS1F. Students know that most plants have roots to get water and leaves to gather sunlight.
K-1.LS1F.1. Students are expected to explain that most plants get water from soil through their roots and that they gather light through their leaves.
Flip Charts All About Plants
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Vocabulary Terms Plants
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Plants
 
LS2. Ecosystems (LS2)
K-1.LS2. Habitats: Students learn that all plants and animals live in and depend on habitats. Earth has many different habitats, and these different habitats support the life of many different plants and animals, including humans. People have the ability to make rapid changes in natural habitats and to keep a habitat healthy so that living conditions can be maintained.
K-1.LS2A. Students know that A habitat supports the growth of many different plants and animals by meeting their basic needs of food, water, and shelter.
K-1.LS2A.1. Students are expected to identify the characteristics of a habitat that enable the habitat to support the growth of many different plants and animals (e.g., have trees to provide nesting places for birds and squirrels, pond water for tadpoles and frogs, blackberry bushes for rabbits to hide in).
Flip Charts Habitat & Niche
Flip Charts Land Habitats
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Vocabulary Terms Land Habitats
Vocabulary Terms Water Habitats
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Land Habitats
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Water Habitats
 
K-1.LS2A. Students know that there are different kinds of natural areas, or habitats, where many different plants and animals live together.
K-1.LS2A.1. Students are expected to investigate an area near their home or school where many different plants and animals live together (e.g., a lawn, a vacant lot, a wooded park, a flower bed) and describe the different plants and animals found there.
Flip Charts Farm & Zoo Animals
Flip Charts Habitat & Niche
Flip Charts Land Habitats
Flip Charts Plants Around Us
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Vocabulary Terms Animals
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Vocabulary Terms Land Habitats
Vocabulary Terms Water Habitats
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animals
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Land Habitats
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Water Habitats
 
K-1.LS2C. Students know that humans can change natural habitats in ways that can be helpful or harmful for the plants and animals that live there.
K-1.LS2C.1. Students are expected to list two or more things that humans do that might harm plants and animals in a given habitat (e.g., throwing litter in a pond might cause difficulty for water birds and fish to find food or might poison the plants and animals that live there).
Vocabulary Terms Taking Care of Earth
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Taking Care of Earth
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Using and saving natural resources
 
K-1.LS2C.2. Students are expected to communicate ways that humans protect habitats and/or improve conditions for the growth of the plants and animals that live there (e.g., reuse or recycle products to avoid littering).
Vocabulary Terms Taking Care of Earth
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Taking Care of Earth
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Using and saving natural resources
 
LS3. Biological Evolution (LS3)
K-1.LS3. Classifying Plants and Animals: Students learn that some objects are alive and others are not, and that many living things are classified as either plants or animals based on observable features and behaviors. Plants and animals are further classified into smaller groups such as insects and trees. Even these groups can be further subdivided. Classification provides a way to organize and find patterns in the amazing diversity of plants, animals, and the nonliving environment.
K-1.LS3A. Students know that some things are alive and others are not.
K-1.LS3A.1. Students are expected to use logical rules to sort objects into two groups, those that are alive and those that are not.
Flip Charts Living Things
Flip Charts Living Things
Flip Charts Non-Living Things
Flip Charts Non-Living Things
Flip Charts Science Grade 1
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide How living things grow and change?
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Living and nonliving things
 
K-1.LS3B. Students know that there are many different types of living things on Earth. Many of them are classified as plants or animals.
K-1.LS3B.1. Students are expected, to given a list, illustrations, or actual plants or animals, classify them as plants or animals.
Flip Charts All About Animals
Flip Charts All About Plants
Flip Charts Birds & Mammals
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
 
K-1.LS3C. Students know that external features of animals and plants are used to classify them into groups.
K-1.LS3C.1. Students are expected to describe several external features and behaviors of animals that can be used to classify them (e.g., size, color, shape of body parts).
Flip Charts All About Animals
Flip Charts Birds
Flip Charts Birds
Flip Charts Birds & Mammals
Flip Charts Bugs & More Bugs
Flip Charts Farm & Zoo Animals
Flip Charts Frog Life Cycle
Flip Charts Frog Life Cycle
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Vocabulary Terms Animal groups
Vocabulary Terms Animals
Vocabulary Terms Life cycles
Vocabulary Terms Mammals and birds
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animal groups
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animals
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Life cycles
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Mammals and birds
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Reptiles, amphibians and fish
 
K-1.LS3C.2. Students are expected to describe several external features of plants that can be used to classify them (e.g., size, color, kinds of seeds, shapes, or texture of plant parts).
Flip Charts All About Plants
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
 
K-1.LS3C.3. Students are expected to give examples to illustrate how pairs of plants and/or animals are similar to and different from each other (e.g., cats and dogs both have four legs, but many dogs have longer snouts than cats).
Flip Charts All About Animals
Flip Charts All About Plants
Flip Charts Birds
Flip Charts Birds
Flip Charts Birds & Mammals
Flip Charts Bugs & More Bugs
Flip Charts Farm & Zoo Animals
Flip Charts Frog Life Cycle
Flip Charts Frog Life Cycle
Flip Charts Science Grade 2
Vocabulary Terms Animal groups
Vocabulary Terms Animals
Vocabulary Terms Life cycles
Vocabulary Terms Mammals and birds
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animal groups
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Animals
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Life cycles
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Mammals and birds
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Reptiles, amphibians and fish
 
PS1. Force and Motion (PS1)
K-1.PS1. Push-Pull and Position: Students learn how to describe the position and motion of objects and the effects of forces on objects. Students start by describing the position of one object with respect to another object (e.g., in front, behind, above, and below) and then describe motion as a change in position. Forces are introduced as pushes and pulls that can change the motion of objects, and students learn through observation that various forces act through contact while others act from a distance (without touching the object). These basic concepts about forces and motion provide a foundation for learning to quantify motion in later years.
K-1.PS1A. Students know that the position of an object can be described by locating it relative to another object or to the object's surroundings.
K-1.PS1A.1. Students are expected to use common terms so that all observers can agree on the position of an object in relation to another object (e.g., describe whether the teacher's desk is in front of the room, at the side, or in the back; say whether the top of the school's flagpole is higher or lower than the roof).
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
 
K-1.PS1B. Students know that motion is defined as a change in position over time.
K-1.PS1B.1. Students are expected to demonstrate motion by moving an object or a part of a student's body and explain that motion means a change in position.
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Sink & Float
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Vocabulary Terms Force and motion
Vocabulary Terms Objects in motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Force and motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Objects in motion
 
K-1.PS1C. Students know that a force is a push or a pull. Pushing or pulling can move an object. The speed an object moves is related to how strongly it is pushed or pulled.
K-1.PS1C.1. Students are expected to respond to a request to move an object (e.g., toy wagon, doll, or book) by pushing or pulling it.
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Sink & Float
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Vocabulary Terms Force and motion
Vocabulary Terms Objects in motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Force and motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Objects in motion
 
K-1.PS1C.2. Students are expected to when asked to move the object farther, respond by pushing or pulling it more strongly.
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Sink & Float
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Vocabulary Terms Force and motion
Vocabulary Terms Objects in motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Force and motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Objects in motion
 
K-1.PS1C.3. Students are expected to explain that a push or a pull is a force.
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Sink & Float
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Vocabulary Terms Force and motion
Vocabulary Terms Objects in motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Force and motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Objects in motion
 
K-1.PS1D. Students know that some forces act by touching and other forces can act without touching.
K-1.PS1D.1. Students are expected to distinguish a force that acts by touching it with an object (e.g., by pushing or pulling) from a force that can act without touching (e.g., the attraction between a magnet and a steel paper clip).
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts How Things Move
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Pushing & Pulling
Flip Charts Sink & Float
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Flip Charts Ups & Downs
Vocabulary Terms Did you Know... 1st Grade
Vocabulary Terms Force and motion
Vocabulary Terms Objects in motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Did you Know... 1st Grade
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Force and motion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Objects in motion
 
PS2. Matter: Properties and Change (PS2)
K-1.PS2. Liquids and Solids: Students learn about the properties of liquids and solids. When a liquid is poured into a container, it takes the shape of the part of the container that it occupies. Cooling a liquid can turn the liquid into a solid (e.g., water to ice). When it becomes a solid it assumes the shape of the container and retains that shape, even when removed from the container. These observations about the properties of materials and how numerous materials can change from liquid to solid and back again begin to build an understanding of matter and its transformations that will be formalized as states of matter during the grade 2-3 band.
K-1.PS2A. Students know that liquids take the shape of the part of the container they occupy.
K-1.PS2A.1. Students are expected to predict the shape that water will take in a variety of different containers.
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Flip Charts Paper & Cloth
Flip Charts Properties
Flip Charts Taking Up Space
Flip Charts Water & Ice
Flip Charts Wood & Metal
Vocabulary Terms Comparing matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Comparing matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Describe and measure matter
 
K-1.PS2B. Students know that solids retain their shape regardless of the container they are in.
K-1.PS2B.1. Students are expected to predict that frozen water (e.g., ice) will retain its shape when moved among containers of different shapes (e.g., ice cubes in a tray).
Flip Charts Clay
Flip Charts Laboratory Tools
Flip Charts Natural & Man-made
Flip Charts Paper & Cloth
Flip Charts Properties
Flip Charts Taking Up Space
Flip Charts Water & Ice
Flip Charts Wood & Metal
Vocabulary Terms Comparing matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Comparing matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Describe and measure matter
 
K-1.PS2B.2. Students are expected, to given several substances, sort them into those that are liquid and those that are solid.
Flip Charts Clay
Flip Charts Laboratory Tools
Flip Charts Natural & Man-made
Flip Charts Paper & Cloth
Flip Charts Properties
Flip Charts Taking Up Space
Flip Charts Water & Ice
Flip Charts Wood & Metal
Vocabulary Terms Comparing matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Comparing matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Describe and measure matter
 
 
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