Wyoming Science Content and Performance Standards — Grade 4

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Students describe observable characteristics of living things, including structures that serve specific functions and everyday behaviors.


Students sequence life cycles of living things, and recognize that plants and animals resemble their parents.


Students show connections between living things, their basic needs, and the environments.


Students investigate water, air, rocks, and soils to compare basic properties of earth materials.


Students describe observable objects in the sky and their patterns of movement


Students describe observable changes in earth and sky, including rapid and gradual changes to the earth's surface, and daily and seasonal changes in the weather.


Students classify objects by properties that can be observed, measured, and recorded, including color, shape, size, weight, volume, texture, and temperature


Students demonstrate that the processes of heating and cooling can change matter from one state to another


Students investigate physical phenomena commonly encountered in daily life, including light, heat, electricity, sound, and magnetism