Draw conclusions and communicate the results of an investigation.
Apply concepts involved in a scientific investigation.
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Use simple sketches, diagrams, tables, charts, and writing to draw conclusions and communicate data results.
Organize and interpret data in tables and graphs to construct explanations and draw conclusions.
Recognize that people have always had questions about their world and identify science as one way of answering questions and explaining the natural world.
Match a simple problem to a technological solution related to the problem (e.g., dull pencil – sharpener, bright light – sunglasses, hot room – fan, cold head – hat, heavy baby – stroller).
Collect and display technological products (e.g., zipper, coat hook, ceiling fan pull chain, can opener, bridge, apple peeler, wheel barrow, nut cracker, etc.) to determine their function.