Montana Standards Kindergarten Science Activities
Printable Kindergarten Science Worksheets and Study Guides.
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MT.S1. Students, through the inquiry process, demonstrate the ability to design, conduct, evaluate, and communicate results and reasonable conclusions of scientific investigations.
S1.1. Develop the abilities necessary to safely conduct scientific inquiry, including (a step-by-step sequence is not implied): (a) asking questions about objects, events, and organisms in the environment, (b) planning and conducting simple investigations
S1.1.grK.D. Follow appropriate safety rules
S1.2. Select and use appropriate tools including technology to make measurements (including metric units) and represent results of basic scientific investigations
S1.2.grK.A. Identify measurement tools
S1.2.grK.B. Choose the appropriate tool to measure time, temperature, mass, length, and liquid volume
MT.S2. Students, through the inquiry process, demonstrate knowledge of properties, forms, changes and interactions of physical and chemical systems.
S2.2. Examine, measure, describe, compare and classify objects in terms of common physical properties
S2.2.grK.A. Identify objects based on their color, shape and size.
S2.2.grK.B. Sort objects based on their color, shape, and size.
S2.3. Identify the basic characteristics of light, heat, motion, magnetism, electricity, and sound
S2.3.grK.A. Identify light vs. dark
S2.3.grK.D. Describe the basic characteristics of light, magnetism, and motion
MT.S3. Students, through the inquiry process, demonstrate knowledge of characteristics, structures and function of living things, the process and diversity of life, and how living organisms interact with each other and their environment.
S3.1. Identify that plants and animals have structures and systems that serve different functions for growth, survival, and reproduction
S3.1.grK.A. List characteristics of living things
S3.1.grK.B. List characteristics of nonliving things
S3.1.grK.C. Compare living and nonliving things
S3.5. Create and use a classification system to group a variety of plants and animals according to their similarities and differences
S3.5.grK.B. Group objects using a simple classification system
MT.S4. Students, through the inquiry process, demonstrate knowledge of the composition, structures, processes and interactions of Earth's systems and other objects in space.
S4.1. Describe and give examples of earth's changing features
S4.1.grK.C. Identify local land and water features
MT.S5. Students, through the inquiry process, understand how scientific knowledge and technological developments impact communities, cultures and societies.
S5.5. Identify how the knowledge of science and technology influences the development of the Montana American Indian cultures
S5.5.grK.A. Identify that tools are a form of technology
MT.S6. Students understand historical developments in science and technology.
S6.3. Describe science as a human endeavor and an ongoing process
S6.3.grK.A. Recognize that humans use their senses to learn about the natural world
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