Louisiana Standards Kindergarten Science Activities
Printable Kindergarten Science Worksheets and Study Guides.
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LA.ESS-E. Earth and Space Science: The students will develop an understanding of the properties of earth materials, the structure of the Earth system, the Earth's history, and the Earth's place in the universe.
ESS-E-A1. Properties of Earth Materials: understanding that earth materials are rocks, minerals, and soils. (1)
ESS-E-A3. Properties of Earth Materials: investigating, observing, and describing how water changes from one form to another and interacts with the atmosphere. (2, 4)
ESS-E-A4. Properties of Earth Materials: investigating, observing, measuring, and describing changes in daily weather patterns and phenomena. (2, 4)
ESS-E-A6. Properties of Earth Materials: observing and describing variations in soil. (1)
GLE-E-31. Grade Level Expectation: Properties of Earth Materials: Identify the patterns in information recorded on a weather calendar (ESS-E-A4)
SE-E-A2. Understanding the components of a food chain. (1, 3, 4)
SE-E-A4. Understanding that the original sources of all material goods are natural resources and that the conserving and recycling of natural resources is a form of stewardship. (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
LA.LS-E. Life Science: The students will become aware of the characteristics and life cycles of organisms and understand their relationships to each other and to their environment.
GLE-E-21. Grade Level Expectation: Characteristics of Organisms: Record observations on the growth of plant seeds (LS-E-A1)
GLE-E-22. Grade Level Expectation: Characteristics of Organisms: Classify objects in a variety of settings as living (biotic) or nonliving (abiotic) (LS-E-A2)
GLE-E-28. Grade Level Expectation: Life Cycles of Organisms: Observe life cycles and describe changes (e.g., humans, dogs, insects) (LS-E-B1)
LS-E-A2. Characteristics of Organisms: distinguishing between living and nonliving things. (1, 2, 3, 4)
LS-E-A3. Characteristics of Organisms: locating and comparing major plant and animal structures and their functions. (1, 3)
LS-E-A5. Characteristics of Organisms: locating major human body organs and describing their functions. (1, 4)
LS-E-C1. Organisms and Their Environments: examining the habitats of plants and animals and determining how basic needs are met within each habitat. (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
LA.PS-E. Physical Science: Students will develop an understanding of the characteristics and interrelationships of matter and energy in the physical world.
GLE-E-14. Grade Level Expectation: Properties of Objects and Materials: Determine whether objects are magnetic or nonmagnetic (PS-E-A1)
GLE-E-18. Grade Level Expectation: Position and Motion of Objects: Sequence the relative order of the speed of various objects (e.g., snails, turtles, tricycles, bicycles, cars, airplanes) (PS-E-B3)
PS-E-A1. Properties of Objects and Materials: observing, describing, and classifying objects by properties (size, weight, shape, color, texture, and temperature). (4)
PS-E-A4. Properties of Objects and Materials: describing the properties of the different states of matter and identifying the conditions that cause matter to change states. (2, 3)
PS-E-B2. Position and Motion of Objects: exploring and recognizing that the position and motion of objects can be changed by pushing or pulling (force) over time. (1, 2, 3)
PS-E-C2. Forms of Energy: investigating and describing how light travels and what happens when light strikes an object (reflection, refraction, and absorption). (2)
PS-E-C3. Forms of Energy: investigating and describing different ways heat can be produced and moved from one object to another by conduction. (2)
PS-E-C5. Forms of Energy: investigating and communicating that magnetism and gravity can exert forces on objects without touching the objects. (2)
LA.SI-E. Science as Inquiry: The students will do science by engaging in partial and full inquiries that are within their developmental capabilities.
GLE-E-6. Grade Level Expectation: The Abilities to Do Scientific Inquiry: Select and use developmentally appropriate equipment and tools and units of measurement to observe and collect data (SI-E-A4)
GLE-E-9. Grade Level Expectation: The Abilities to Do Scientific Inquiry: Identify and use appropriate safety procedures and equipment when conducting investigations (e.g., gloves, goggles, hair ties) (SI-E-A7)
SI-E-A4 . The Abilities Necessary to do Scientific Inquiry: employing equipment and tools to gather data and extend the sensory observations. (3)
SI-E-A7 . The Abilities Necessary to do Scientific Inquiry: utilizing safety procedures during experiments. (3, 5)
SI-E-B3 . Understanding Scientific Inquiry: choosing appropriate equipment and tools to conduct an experiment. (2, 3, 5)
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