Finer grained standards that are part of this one
Conduct simple investigations of shadows and analyze how shadows change as the relative position of the sun (or an artificial light source) changes.
Observe, record and predict the sun’s position at different times of day (morning, noon, afternoon or night).
Apply direct and indirect pushes and pulls to cause objects to move (change position) in different ways (e.g., straight line, forward and backward, zigzag, in a circle).
Compare and contrast the relative positions of objects using words (in front of, behind, next to, inside of, above or below) and numbers (by measuring its distance from another object).
Classify objects by the way they move (e.g., spinning, rolling, bouncing).
Conduct simple experiments and evaluate different ways to change the speed and direction of an object’s motion.