2.1.2 Identify some things that may not work if some of their parts are missing, broken, or assembled incorrectly (e.g., batteries are necessary for some toys to operate, wheels are necessary for a car to function)
Constancy and Change
2.1.3 Identify changes that are slow (e.g., human development) or fast (e.g., plant growth)
2 Students use the process of science inquiry.
Abilities Necessary to do Scientific Inquiry
2.2.1 Ask questions and seek answers about the world (e.g., Why do we have seasons?)
2.2.2 Communicate (e.g., verbal, written, graphic) observations to others
3 Students understand the basic concepts and principles of physical science.
Properties of Matter
2.3.1 Identify ways (e.g., mixing, heating, cooling, cutting) to make changes in matter