[SC2015] (0) 1 :
1 ) Investigate the resulting motion of objects when forces of different strengths and directions act upon them (e.g., object being pushed, object being pulled, two objects colliding).
[SC2015] (1) 3 :
3 ) Investigate materials to determine which types allow light to pass through (e.g., transparent materials such as clear plastic wrap), allow only partial light to pass through (e.g., translucent materials such as wax paper), block light (e.g., opaque materials such as construction paper), or reflect light (e.g., shiny materials such as aluminum foil).
[SC2015] (2) 5 :
5 ) Plan and carry out an investigation, using one variable at a time (e.g.,
water, light, soil, air), to determine the growth needs of plants.
[SC2015] (3) 2 :
2 ) Investigate, measure, and communicate in a graphical format how an observed
pattern of motion (e.g., a child swinging in a swing, a ball rolling back and
forth in a bowl, two children teetering on a see-saw, a model vehicle rolling
down a ramp of varying heights, a pendulum swinging) can be used to predict the
future motion of an object.
[SC2015] (4) 2 :
2 ) Plan and carry out investigations that explain transference of energy from
place to place by sound, light, heat, and electric currents.
a. Provide evidence that heat can be produced in many ways (e.g., rubbing
hands together, burning leaves) and can move from one object to another by conduction.
b. Demonstrate that different objects can absorb, reflect, and/or conduct
c. Demonstrate that electric circuits require a complete loop through which
an electric current can pass.
[SC2015] (5) 2 :
2 ) Investigate matter to provide mathematical evidence, including graphs, to
show that regardless of the type of reaction (e.g., new substance forming due to
dissolving or mixing) or change (e.g., phase change) that occurs when heating,
cooling, or mixing substances, the total weight of the matter is conserved.
[SC2015] ES6 (6) 8 :
8 ) Plan and carry out investigations that demonstrate the chemical and physical processes that form rocks and cycle Earth's materials (e.g., processes of crystallization, heating and cooling, weathering, deformation, and sedimentation).