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Science
Grade K Physical Science
Grade K Health and Hygiene
Grade K Research and Inquiry
Grade K Living and Non-living
Grade K Physical Science
Grade K Food and Nutrition
Grade 1 Rocks and Soil
Grade 1 Water
Grade 1 Agriculture
Grade 1 Plants and Animals
Grade 1 Food and Nutrition
Grade 1 Health
Grade 1 Research and Inquiry
Grade 2 Growth and Development
Grade 2 Body Systems
Grade 2 Water
Grade 2 Weather and Air
Grade 2 Animals and Plants
Grade 2 Earth
Grade 2 Research and Inquiry
Grade 3 Earth and Landforms
Grade 3 Planets, Solar System, Universe
Grade 3 Cycles and Systems
Grade 3 Pests and Organisms
Grade 3 Electricity and Energy
Grade 3 Research and Inquiry
Grade 3 Heathful Living
Grade 4 Natural Resources
Grade 4 Agriculture
Grade 4 Aquatic Ecosystems
Grade 4 Environment
Grade 4 Environmental Protection
Grade 4 Matter
Grade 4 Research and Inquiry
Grade 5 - Agriculture
Grade 5 - Energy
Grade 5 - Force and Motion
Grade 5 - Astronomy
Grade 5 - Weather
Grade 5 - Changing Earth
Grade 5 - Pest Management
Grade 5 - Research and Inquiry
Grade 6
Grade 7
Grade 8

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Goals and Descriptions
Science

The Applications of Learning (1999) curriculum offers kindergarten through grade 12 objectives for the Application and Analysis levels of Bloom's Taxonomy. EdVISION developed this curriculum based on extensive research of standardized and state tests. Additional objectives were added to enhance the content areas.

The science component of the Applications of Learning curriculum focuses on intermediate skills. The objectives primarily involve the application, examination, or analysis of various science topics.

The Pennsylvania Academic Standards describe what students should know and be able to do by the end of fourth, seventh, tenth and twelfth grade. In addition, these standards reflect the increasing complexity and sophistication that students are expected to achieve as they progress. This document avoids repetition, making an obvious progression across grade levels less explicit. Teachers shall expect that students know and can apply the concepts and skills expressed at the preceding level. Consequently, previous learning is reinforced but not retaught.

The National Science Education Standards outline "what students should know, understand, and be able to do in the natural sciences over the course of K-12 education.

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