Utah Learning Standards for Science — Grade K


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S.ESS.2.1a

Observe and record that big rocks break down into small rocks, e.g., boulders, rocks, pebbles, sand.

S.ESS.2.1b

Demonstrate how water and wind move non living things

S.ESS.2.1c

Sort, group, and classify Earth materials, e.g., hard, smooth, rough, shiny, flat.

S.ESS.2.2a

Compare and contrast light and dark in a day night cycle and identify the changes as a pattern.

S.ESS.2.2b

Investigate, interpret, and explain to others that the sun provides heat and light to Earth

S.ESS.2.2c

Examine what happens when you block the suns light. Explore shadows and temperature changes.

S.ESS.2.3a

Observe and record that weather changes occur from daytoday and weather patterns occur from season to season

S.ESS.2.3b

Communicate ways weather can affect individuals

S.ESS.2.3c

Describe, predict, and discuss daily weather conditions and how predicting the weather can improve our lives.