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Understanding Matter and Energy



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Understanding Matter and Energy
Grade 3


  • 2.2 investigate forces that cause an object to start moving, stop moving, or change direction

  • 2.3 conduct investigations to determine the effects of increasing or decreasing the amount of force applied to an object

  • 3.3 describe how different forces applied to an object at rest can cause the object to start, stop, attract, repel, or change direction

  • 3.4 explain how forces are exerted through direct contact or through interaction at a distance


Social Studies
Grade 4


  • A1.4 compare two or more early societies in terms of their relationship with the environment

  • A2.1 formulate questions to guide investigations into ways of life and relationships with the environment in two or more early societies, with an emphasis on aspects of the interrelationship between the environment and life in those societies

  • A2.5 evaluate evidence and draw conclusions about ways of life and relationships with the environment in early societies, with an emphasis on aspects of the interrelationship between the environment and life in those societies

  • A3.2 demonstrate the ability to extract information on daily life in early societies from visual evidence

  • A3.5 describe the importance of the environment for two or more early societies, including how the local environment affected the ways in which people met their physical needs

  • A3.6 identify and describe some of the major scientific and technological developments in the ancient and medieval world




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