Aligned Access Points
This vetted resource aligns to concepts or skills in these access points.
Ask a question about the natural world, use selected reference materials to find information, work with others to carry out a simple experiment, and share results.
Ask questions about the natural world, use selected materials to find information, observe, and identify answers to the question.
Explore, observe, and select an object or picture to respond to a question about the natural world.
Identify forms of energy, including heat, light, sound, electrical, and mechanical.
Recognize uses of electrical energy (popcorn popper, vacuum cleaner), heat energy (grill, heater), light energy (sunlight, flashlight), and mechanical energy (bicycle).
Identify ways energy can cause things to move or create changes.
Identify that electrically charged materials will pull (attract) other materials.
Recognize that electrically charged materials will pull (attract) other materials.
Demonstrate pushing away (repulsion) and pulling (attraction).
Demonstrate that electricity can produce heat, light, and sound.
Recognize examples of electricity as a producer of heat, light, and sound.
Identify one source of sound, heat, or light that uses electricity.