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EL5SCIE01000EL5-SCI.E.01.00.0Use models to describe that energy in animals’ food (used for body repair, growth, motion, and to maintain body warmth) was once energy from the sun.
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EL5SCIE01A0EL5-SCI.E.01.A.0Identify the Sun as the primary source of light and food energy on Earth.
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EL5SCIE01B0EL5-SCI.E.01.B.0Sequence the flow of energy through a food chain beginning with the Sun.
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EL5SCIE01C0EL5-SCI.E.01.C.0Apply Psalm 24 to this essential standard.
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EL5SCIE02000EL5-SCI.E.02.00.0Support an argument that plants get the materials they need for growth chiefly from air and water.
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EL5SCIE02A0EL5-SCI.E.02.A.0Identify sunlight as the primary source of energy plants use to produce their own food.
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EL5SCIE02B0EL5-SCI.E.02.B.0Describe the basic needs of most plants (i.e., air, water, light, nutrients, and temperature.)
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EL5SCIE02C0EL5-SCI.E.02.C.0Illustrate and trace the path of water and nutrients as they move through the transport system of a plant.
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EL5SCIE02D0EL5-SCI.E.02.D.0Apply Psalm 24 to this essential standard.
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EL5SCIE03000EL5-SCI.E.03.00.0Develop a model to describe the movement of matter among plants, animals, decomposers, and the environment.
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EL5SCIE03A0EL5-SCI.E.03.A.0Observe and describe the breakdown of plant and animal material into soil through decomposition processes (i.e., decay/rotting, composting, digestion.)
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EL5SCIE03B0EL5-SCI.E.03.B.0Apply Psalm 24 to this essential standard.
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EL5SCIES01000EL5-SCI.ES.01.00.0Identify evidence from patterns in rock formations and fossils in rock layers to support an explanation for changes in a landscape over time.
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EL5SCIES01A0EL5-SCI.ES.01.A.0Apply Psalm 104:1-6 to this essential standard.
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EL5SCIES02000EL5-SCI.ES.02.00.0Analyze and interpret data from maps to describe patterns of Earth’s features.
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EL5SCIES02A0EL5-SCI.ES.02.A.0Identify the major landforms/bodies of water on Earth (i.e., mountains, plains, river valleys, coastlines, canyons.)
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EL5SCIES02B0EL5-SCI.ES.02.B.0Relate the type of landform/water body to the process by which it was formed.
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EL5SCIES02C0EL5-SCI.ES.02.C.0Apply Psalm 104:1-6 to this essential standard.
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EL5SCIES03000EL5-SCI.ES.03.00.0Make observations and/or measurements to provide evidence of the effects of weathering or the rate of erosion by water, ice, wind, or vegetation.
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EL5SCIES03A0EL5-SCI.ES.03.A.0Compare and contrast how weathering agents (e.g., water, chemicals, temperature, wind, plants) and erosion processes (i.e., action of gravity, waves, wind, rivers, glaciers) cause surface changes that create and/or change Earth’s surface materials and/or
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EL5SCIES03B0EL5-SCI.ES.03.B.0Apply Psalm 104:1-6 to this essential standard.
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EL5SCIES04000EL5-SCI.ES.04.00.0Generate and compare multiple solutions to reduce the impacts of natural Earth processes on humans.
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EL5SCIES04A0EL5-SCI.ES.04.A.0Apply Psalm 104:1-6 to this essential standard.
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EL5SCIES05000EL5-SCI.ES.05.00.0Develop a model using an example to describe ways the geosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere, and/or atmosphere interact.
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EL5SCIES05A0EL5-SCI.ES.05.A.0Recognize the atmosphere is composed of a mixture of gases, water, and minute particles.
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EL5SCIES05B0EL5-SCI.ES.05.B.0Describe and trace the path of water as it cycles through the hydrosphere, geosphere, and atmosphere (i.e., the water cycle: evaporation, condensation, precipitation, surface run-off/ groundwater flow.)
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EL5SCIES05BaEL5-SCI.ES.05.B.aArticulate the influence of the ocean on ecosystems, landform shape, and climate; the influence of the atmosphere on landforms and ecosystems through weather and climate; and the influence of mountain ranges on winds and clouds in the atmosphere.
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EL5SCIES05C0EL5-SCI.ES.05.C.0Apply Psalm 104:1-6 to this essential standard.
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EL5SCIES06000EL5-SCI.ES.06.00.0Describe and graph the amounts of water in various reservoirs to provide evidence about the distribution of water on Earth.
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EL5SCIES06A0EL5-SCI.ES.06.A.0Classify major bodies of surface water (e.g., rivers, lakes, oceans, glaciers) as fresh or salt water, flowing or stationary, large or small, solid or liquid, surface or groundwater.
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EL5SCIES06B0EL5-SCI.ES.06.B.0Apply Psalm 104:1-6 to this essential standard.
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EL5SCIES07000EL5-SCI.ES.07.00.0Obtain and combine information about ways individual communities use science ideas to protect the Earth’s resources and environment.
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EL5SCIES07A0EL5-SCI.ES.07.A.0Identify the ways humans affect the erosion and deposition of Earth’s materials (e.g., clearing of land, planting vegetation, paving land, construction of new buildings.)
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EL5SCIES07B0EL5-SCI.ES.07.B.0Propose ways to solve simple environmental problems (e.g., recycling, composting, ways to decrease soil erosion) that result from human activity.
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EL5SCIES07C0EL5-SCI.ES.07.C.0Describe how human needs and activities (e.g., irrigation, damming of rivers, waste management, sources of drinking water) have affected the quantity and quality of major bodies of fresh water.
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EL5SCIES07D0EL5-SCI.ES.07.D.0Propose solutions to problems related to water quality and availability that result from human activity.
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EL5SCIES07E0EL5-SCI.ES.07.E.0Apply Psalm 104:1-6 to this essential standard.
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EL5SCISI01000EL5-SCI.SI.01.00.0Create a simple design problem reflecting a need or a want that includes specified criteria for success and constraints on materials, time, or cost.
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EL5SCISI02000EL5-SCI.SI.02.00.0Generate and compare multiple possible solutions to a problem based on how well each is likely to meet the criteria and constraints of the problem.
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EL5SCISI03000EL5-SCI.SI.03.00.0Plan and carry out fair tests in which variables are controlled and failure points are considered to identify aspects of a model or prototype that can be improved.
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EL5SCIU01000EL5-SCI.U.01.00.0Use examples to support an argument that the gravitational force exerted by Earth on objects is toward the center of the Earth.
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EL5SCIU01A0EL5-SCI.U.01.A.0Describe Earth’s gravity as a force that pulls objects towards the Earth without touching the object.
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EL5SCIU01B0EL5-SCI.U.01.B.0Interpret the elements of the universe through Genesis 1:14-18 to this essential standard.
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EL5SCIU02000EL5-SCI.U.02.00.0Support an argument that differences in the apparent brightness of the sun compared to other stars is due to their relative distances from Earth.
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EL5SCIU02A0EL5-SCI.U.02.A.0Visually generate the characteristics of multiple stars' size, color, and brightness based on their distance and age.
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EL5SCIU02B0EL5-SCI.U.02.B.0Describe our Sun as a star because it provides light energy to the solar system.
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EL5SCIU02C0EL5-SCI.U.02.C.0Interpret the elements of the universe through Genesis 1:14-18 to this essential standard.
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EL5SCIU03000EL5-SCI.U.03.00.0Represent data in graphical displays to reveal patterns of daily changes in length and direction of shadows, day and night, and the seasonal appearance of some stars in the night sky.
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EL5SCIU03A0EL5-SCI.U.03.A.0Illustrate and describe how the Sun appears to move slowly across the sky from east to west during the day and night.
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EL5SCIU03B0EL5-SCI.U.03.B.0Describe the pattern of change that can be observed in the Moon’s appearance and position relative to time of day and month as it occurs over several months.
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EL5SCIU03BaEL5-SCI.U.03.B.aSequence images of the lit portion of the Moon seen from Earth as it cycles day-to-day in about a month.
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EL5SCIU03C0EL5-SCI.U.03.C.0Observe and identify there is a day/night cycle every 24 hours.
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EL5SCIU03D0EL5-SCI.U.03.D.0Calculate and measure the changes in length and position (direction) of shadows from sunrise to sunset.
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EL5SCIU03DaEL5-SCI.U.03.D.aDeduce how the Sun’s position in the sky changes the length and position of shadows.
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EL5SCIU03E0EL5-SCI.U.03.E.0Interpret the elements of the universe through Genesis 1:14-18 to this essential standard.
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EL5SCIU04000EL5-SCI.U.04.00.0Observe and identify the Earth is one of several planets within a solar system that orbits the Sun.
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EL5SCIU04A0EL5-SCI.U.04.A.0Demonstrate the apparent motion of the Sun, Moon, and stars in the sky in relation to the rotation of the Earth.
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EL5SCIU04AaEL5-SCI.U.04.A.aDifferentiate between a revolution and rotation of a planet or moon in space.
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EL5SCIU04AbEL5-SCI.U.04.A.bState that the Earth completes one rotation in 24 hours and one revolution in 365 days.
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EL5SCIU04AcEL5-SCI.U.04.A.cState that the moon rotates and revolves approximately once every 27 days.
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EL5SCIU04B0EL5-SCI.U.04.B.0Interpret the elements of the universe through Genesis 1:14-18 to this essential standard.
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