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Nevada Standards for Kindergarten Science

NV.E.2.A. Atmospheric Processes and the Water Cycle (Earth and Space Science Unifying Concept A): Students understand that changes in weather often involve water changing from one state to another.

E.2.A.2. Weather: Students know water on Earth can be a liquid (rain) or a solid (snow and ice), and can go back and forth from one form to the other. E/S

E.2.A.3. Weather: Students know weather changes from day to day and seasonally. I/S

NV.E.2.C. Earth's Composition and Structure (Earth and Space Science Unifying Concept C): Students understand that Earth materials include rocks, soils, and water.

E.2.C.1. Geologic Processes: Students know Earth is composed of different kinds of materials (e.g. rocks, soils, and water) E/S

E.2.C.3. Earth's Composition and Resources: Students know soils have different colors or textures depending on their composition. E/S

NV.L.2.B. Structure of Life (Life Science Unifying Concept B): Students understand that living things have identifiable characteristics.

L.2.B.1. Cells: Students know humans and other animals use their senses to know their world. E/S

NV.L.2.C. Organisms and Their Environment (Life Science Unifying Concept C): Students understand that living things live in different places.

L.2.C.2. Cycles: Students know a habitat includes food, water, shelter and space. E/S

L.2.C.3. Ecosystems: Students know living things are found almost everywhere in the world. E/S

NV.N.2.A. Scientific Inquiry (Nature of Science Unifying Concept A): Students understand that science is an active process of systematically examining the natural world.

N.2.A.2. Safe Experimentation: Students know tools can be used safely to gather data and extend the senses. I/L

N.2.A.3. Models: Students know observable patterns can be used to predict future events or sort items. E/S

NV.P.2.A. Matter (Physical Science Unifying Concept A): Students understand that matter has observable properties.

P.2.A.1. Properties of Matter: Students know matter can exist as solids and as liquids. E/S

P.2.A.3. Properties of Matter: Students know matter can be categorized by observable properties, such as color, size, shape, and weight. E/S

NV.P.2.B. Forces and Motion (Physical Science Unifying Concept B): Students understand that position and motion of objects can be described.

P.2.B.1. Motion: Students know the position and motion of an object can be changed by pushing or pulling. E/S

P.2.B.2. Motion: Students know things move in many different ways and at different speeds (e.g., straight line, zigzag, vibration, circular motion, fast/slow). E/S

P.2.B.3. Forces: Students know magnets can be used to make some things move without being touched. E/S