Standards with the same topic and subject but for other grades
Obtain and evaluate informational texts and other media to generate and answer questions about water sources and human uses of clean water.
Participate in a teacher-led activity to gather, organize and record recyclable materials data on a chart or table using technology. Communicate results.
Identify some of Earth's resources that are used in everyday life such as water, wind, soil, forests, oil, natural gas, and minerals and classify as renewable or nonrenewable.
With teacher guidance, develop questions to conduct a structured investigation to determine ways to conserve Earth's resources (i.e., reduce, reuse, and recycle) and communicate results.
Communicate solutions that will reduce the impact of humans on the use and quality of water in the local environment.
Collect and organize scientific ideas that individuals and communities can use to conserve Earth’s natural resources and systems (e.g., implementing watershed management practices to conserve water resources, utilizing no-till farming to improve soil fertility, reducing emissions to abate air pollution, or recycling to reduce landfill waste).
Organize simple data sets to compare energy and pollution output of various traditional, nonrenewable resources (e.g., coal, crude oil, wood).
Obtain and communicate information to exemplify how humans attain, use, and protect renewable and nonrenewable Earth resources.
Use technology or informational text to investigate, evaluate, and communicate various forms of clean energy generation.
how resources are used for human needs and