Tennessee Science Curriculum Framework (2012) — Grade K


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GLE 0007.1.1

Recognize that many things are made of parts.

GLE 0007.10.1

Identify the sun as the source of heat and light.

GLE 0007.10.2

Investigate the effect of the sun on a variety of materials.

GLE 0007.11.1

Explore different ways that objects move.

GLE 0007.2.1

Recognize that some things are living and some are not.

GLE 0007.2.2

Know that people interact with their environment through their senses.

GLE 0007.3.1

Recognize that living things require water, food, and air.

GLE 0007.4.1

Observe how plants and animals change as they grow.

GLE 0007.4.2

Observe that offspring resemble their parents.

GLE 0007.5.1

Compare the basic features of plants and animals.

GLE 0007.6.1

Know the different objects that are visible in the day and night sky.

GLE 0007.7.1

Identify non-living materials found on the surface of the earth.

GLE 0007.7.2

Recognize that some objects are manmade and that some occur naturally.

GLE 0007.8.2

Collect daily weather data at different times of the year.

GLE 0007.9.1

Describe an object by its observable properties.

GLE 0007.9.2

Identify objects and materials as solids or liquids.

GLE 0007.Inq.1

Observe the world of familiar objects using the senses and tools.

GLE 0007.Inq.2

Ask questions, make logical predictions, plan investigations, and represent data.

GLE 0007.Inq.3

Explain the data from an investigation.

GLE 0007.T/E.1

Recognize that both natural materials and human-made tools have specific characteristics that determine their use.

GLE 0007.T/E.2

Apply engineering design and creative thinking to solve practical problems.